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Appointment to the Council of the Queensland Law Society
Section 679 of the Legal Profession Act 2007 (the Act) establishes the Queensland Law Society (QLS). Section 680 of the Act provides that the functions of the QLS are:
to perform the functions conferred on the law society under the Act;
to manage the affairs, income and property of the law society for the purposes and benefit of the law society; and
to perform other functions given to the law soc
Appointment of a sessional ordinary member to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal
The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) is an independent, accessible tribunal that efficiently resolves disputes on a range of matters. QCAT’s purpose is to provide a quick, inexpensive avenue to resolve disputes between parties and make decisions about adult administration and guardianship, administrative decisions, anti-discrimination, building disputes, children and young peopl
Appointment of Directors of Screen Queensland Pty Ltd
Screen Queensland is a Proprietary Company Limited by Shares, with the State of Queensland as the sole shareholder.
The company’s constitution sets out the objects of the company to:
increase the level of film and television production in Queensland;
develop and maintain a creative infrastructure in Queensland for the film and television production industry;
develop and maintain an active and vibr
Review of Regional Planning Interests Act 2014 Assessment Process Report – Government response
GasFields Commission Queensland (the Commission) prepared ‘Review of Regional Planning Interests Act 2014 Assessment Process Report’ (the report) which focussed on improvements to the assessment process and framework under the Regional Planning Interests Act 2014 (RPI Act).
The Commission report was the outcome of a review that focused on:
the assessment process and the assessment criteria used to
Appointment of a member to the board of Health and Wellbeing Queensland
Health and Wellbeing Queensland was established on 1 July 2019 by the Health and Wellbeing Queensland Act 2019 (the Act) to address long-term and chronic health issues across Queensland and improve the health and wellbeing of the Queensland population.
Under the Act, Health and Wellbeing Queensland is governed by a board of at least two, but not more than 10 members appointed by the Governor in
Queensland Workforce Summit 2022
Through the Big Plans for Small Business Strategy 2021-23, the Queensland Government committed to hosting a Queensland Workforce Summit to identify strategies and innovative approaches to assist industry to access the skills and workforce they need.
The Premier and Minister for the Olympics announced in Parliament that the Queensland Workforce Summit will be held in March 2022.
The Summit will bri
Economic conditions and outlook in context of latest COVID-19 developments
Health outcomes continue to be a key driver of economic outcomes as the Omicron surge reduces the labour supply, with large numbers of people being unable to work due to illness, isolating as a close contact or caring for others.
Cabinet noted the impacts, particularly in terms of labour supply, of the spread of Omicron on economic activity and the potential implications for the economic outlook.
Response to Inquiry into the investigation of former councillors of Logan City Council and related matters
On 2 December 2021, the Parliamentary Crime and Corruption Committee (PCCC) tabled PCCC Report No. 108, Inquiry into the Crime and Corruption Commission’s Investigation of former councillors of Logan City Council; and related matters in the Legislative Assembly, pursuant to section 292(b) of the Crime and Corruption Act 2001 (the PCCC Report).
The PCCC Report made six recommendations with a view