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Appointment of the directors of the Darling Downs-Moreton Rabbit Board
The Darling Downs-Moreton Rabbit Board is a statutory authority established as an invasive animal board under the Biosecurity Act 2014. The Act provides that the directors are appointed by the Minister for a term of no more than four years. The Board’s main function is to maintain the rabbit barrier fence and manage the European rabbit in the Darling Downs-Moreton rabbit district which is spread

Update on economic conditions and job creating initiatives in Western Queensland
The Outback South Statistical Area Level 3 (SA3), which covers a total land area of 625,222.9km2 square kilometres and includes the SA2 regions of Barcaldine–Blackall, Charleville, Far Central West, Far South West, and Longreach. Within the Outback South SA3 region, the agriculture, forestry and fishing and the public administration and safety industries make up the majority of the region’s employ

Queensland Government Framework for Intergovernmental Relations
Successful intergovernmental relations are a critical component of the Queensland Government’s ability to deliver for the Queensland community given the interwoven nature of policy setting and service delivery and the significant Vertical Fiscal Imbalance between the Federal and State and Territory governments under Australia’s system of federation. 2020 saw major changes to the Australian federa

Appointment of the Native Timber Advisory Panel
On 4 November 2019, the Premier and the Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries jointly announced the Palaszczuk Government’s Native Timber Action Plan. The plan supports actions to help deliver a sustainable native timber industry, balancing both jobs and the environment. As part of the announcement, the Government committed to establishing the Native Timber Advisory Panel re

Public Trustee Appointment
Section 7 of the Public Trustee Act 1978 (the Act) establishes the Public Trustee and the Public Trust Office (PTO). The statutory functions of the Public Trustee include: acting as trustee, personal representative or in any other office of a fiduciary nature; certain special functions of a public nature under part 5 of the Act; managing estates of incapacitated persons; administering the propert

QG response to the KGari (Fraser Island) Bushfire Review Report 1 2020-21
K’gari (Fraser Island) is the world's largest sand island. It is the only place on Earth where tall rainforests grow on sand dunes at elevations of more than 200 metres, holds half the world's perched lakes, and has a diverse and spectacular environment. K’gari is World Heritage listed. The K’gari fire was reported on 14 October 2020, in a camping area at the northern end of the Island. Over a two

Wild Dog Management in Queensland
Wild dogs are present in all areas of Queensland and have a number of adverse impacts including contributing to declining sheep numbers in western Queensland. In the fifteen years from 2001 to 2016, sheep numbers across Queensland fell over 80 per cent, from more than 7 million to 1.35 million. Whilst several factors may have contributed, anecdotally, many landholders cited wild dog impacts as th

Flood Risk Management Framework and Strategic Flood Warning Infrastructure Plan
Flooding causes more damage in Queensland than any other natural hazard, and effective and strategic flood risk management is important for the long-term economic, social and environmental sustainability of Queensland. Flood risk management is a multi-disciplinary endeavour. Across Queensland, flood risk management is based on a decentralised model with roles and responsibilities shared across Com

SEQ Land Supply and growth challenges Response
The Queensland Government released ShapingSEQ, the regional plan for South East Queensland (SEQ), in August 2017, providing a sustainable growth management framework for the region. The plan identifies that the majority of new growth in SEQ will be accommodated in existing urban areas. The SEQ Land Supply and Development Monitoring (LSDM) report has three years of data and emerging trends. The LSD

Appointments Gladstone Area Water and Mount Isa Water Boards
The Gladstone Area Water Board (GAWB) and the Mount Isa Water Board (MIWB) are category 1 water authorities established under the Water Act 2000 (the Water Act). The Water Act states that a water authority must have a board of directors. The board is responsible for the way in which the water authority performs its functions and exercises its powers. The enabling legislation requires the water aut

Appointment Board of the Building and Construction Industry Training Fund (Qld) Ltd
The Building and Construction Industry Training Fund (QLD) Ltd (BCITF) has been established as the skills centre of excellence for the building and construction industry and is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, with sole membership being the State of Queensland, through the Minister for Employment and Small Business and Minister for Training and Skills Development. The skills centre o

Appointments Queensland Theatre Company
The Queensland Theatre Company is established under the Queensland Theatre Company Act 1970 (Act). Under section 12 of the Act, the Queensland Theatre Company functions are: to promote and encourage the development and presentation, public interest, participation, understanding and appreciation of the arts of the theatre; to produce, present and manage plays and other forms of theatre and entert

Big Plans for Small Business Strategy 2021-23
Small businesses comprise over 97 per cent of all Queensland businesses and employed more than 914,000 people in 2018-19. They operate across a diverse range of Queensland industries. The Big Plans for Small Business Strategy 2021-23 aims to build a strong and resilient small business sector that will drive economic and employment growth across Queensland. The Queensland Government is investing

Appointments TAFE Queensland Board
The TAFE Queensland (TAFEQ) Board is established as the governing body of TAFEQ under the TAFE Queensland Act 2013 (the Act). Sections 12 and 14 of the Act provide that the TAFEQ Board consists of the following persons appointed by the Governor in Council: one nominee of the Minister; at least six but no more than eight persons who are eligible for appointment as a member under section 14 of the A