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    Appointment of Chair of Directors of Aviation Australia Board
    TAFE Queensland (TAFEQ) is a statutory body established under the TAFE Queensland Act 2013 and acquired Aviation Australia Pty Ltd (Aviation Australia) on 1 October 2017. Aviation Australia supports the development of Queensland as an aviation and aerospace hub and provides education and training for the aviation industry. Under sections 108 to 113 of the Aviation Australia Constitution (the Const

    North West Queensland Economic Diversification Strategy Implementation Plan 2019–2021
    A Strategic Blueprint for Queensland’s North West Minerals Province (the blueprint) was released by the Queensland Government in July 2017. The $39 million blueprint sets out a collaborative plan for supporting strong and prosperous industries, businesses and communities in the North West Minerals Province (the NWMP). The NWMP is defined as the 10 local government areas of: Mount Isa City; Clon

    Queensland Small Business Strategy Discussion Paper
    Small businesses operate across a diverse range of Queensland industries, including construction, agriculture and tourism. They are fundamental to supporting the economic prosperity of Queensland’s regions; providing access to goods and services, local employment opportunities and strengthening the social fabric of local communities. In 2016, the Advancing Small Business Queensland Strategy 2016-2

    Road Safety - Driver Distraction (Increased Penalties & Testing of Camera-based Enforcement)
    Distracted driving is an increasing concern on Queensland roads with 70 per cent of Queensland drivers admitting to illegally using their mobile phone while driving. It is one of the fatal five driving behaviours and contributes to almost 20 per cent of serious injuries and 14 per cent of fatalities. In 2018, 33 people lost their lives on Queensland's roads which is 33.1 per cent greater than the

    Local Government (Integrity) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2019
    The Local Government (Integrity) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2019 (the Bill) continues the Government’s rolling program of reforms to improve accountability, transparency and integrity in the Local Government system and Local Government elections. The program of reforms includes: the passage of the Local Government Electoral (Implementing Stage 1 of Belcarra) and Other Legislation Amendme

    Transport Legislation (Disability Parking and Other Matters) Amendment Bill 2019
    The Queensland Government is committed to creating a future where Queenslanders with a disability have the same access to opportunities as every other Queenslander. The Department of Transport and Main Roads administers Queensland’s Disability Parking Permit Scheme, providing convenient access to facilities in wide parking bays. Eligibility for a disability parking permit is based on the applicant

    Appointment to Screen Queensland
    Screen Queensland is a Proprietary Company Limited by Shares, with the State of Queensland as the sole Member. The company’s Constitution sets out the objects of the company: to increase the level of film and television production in Queensland; to develop and maintain creative infrastructure in Queensland for the film and television production industry; to develop and maintain an active and vibra

    Update on economic conditions and employment initiatives in Mount Isa region
    The economy of the Mount Isa region is primarily supported by mining, as well as agriculture, construction and services, such as education and health. To support economic growth across the Mount Isa region, the Queensland Government is investing in economic development and job creating projects, including significant expenditure on capital works such as roads and upgrades to health, education and

    Update on economic conditions and job creating initiatives in Maryborough and Wide Bay region
    The economy of Maryborough and the Wide Bay region is primarily supported by health care, agriculture and manufacturing. To support economic growth across Maryborough and the Wide Bay region, the Queensland Government is leading or helping facilitate progress on projects that include upgrades to health services, schools, TAFE facilities, roads, and initiatives aimed at supporting jobs, innovation

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    12 May, 2016

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