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2022-2023 Severe Weather Season Preparedness
Queensland’s severe weather season traditionally commences on 1 November and concludes on 30 April each year. The Bureau of Meteorology has indicated in their seasonal climate outlooks that there will be an increased risk of flooding across Queensland over the coming months given the outlook for above median rainfall in combination with the many already wet catchments across the state. La Niña is

Appointment of the Energy and Water Ombudsman
The Energy and Water Ombudsman is appointed by the Governor in Council under section 51 of the Energy and Water Ombudsman Act 2006. The Energy and Water Ombudsman receives, investigates and facilitates the resolution of complaints made by small energy and South East Queensland water customers, or by a scheme member in relation to the connection, supply or sale of electricity, gas or water by a mem

Appointments to the Service Trades Council
The Service Trades Council (STC) is established under the Plumbing and Drainage Act 2018 (the Act) and forms part of, and operates within, the Queensland Building and Construction Commission (QBCC). The STC represents Queensland’s plumbing and drainage trades and works to promote acceptable standards of competence for the trade to protect the public's health and safety as well as the environment.

Corrective Services (Emerging Technologies and Security) Amendment Bill 2022
The Corrective Services (Emerging Technologies and Security) Amendment Bill 2022 (the Bill) amends the Corrective Services Act 2006 (CSA) and the Youth Justice Act 1992 (YJA) to strengthen responses to internal and external threats and emergencies and ensure that frontline corrective services officers and youth detention centre staff and management have the necessary tools to be agile and responsi

Police Powers and Responsibilities Bills 2022
The Police Powers and Responsibilities and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2022 and the Police Powers and Responsibilities (Jack’s Law) Amendment Bill 2022 amend the following legislation: Child Protection (Offender Reporting and Offender Prohibition) Order Act 2004; Police Powers and Responsibilities Act 2000; Summary Offences Act 2005; Transport Operations (Road Use Management – Road Rules) Reg

Appointment of Chair and Directors of Major Brisbane Festivals Pty Ltd
Major Brisbane Festivals Pty Ltd is a proprietary company limited by shares jointly owned by the State of Queensland and the Brisbane City Council, with both parties signatories to a Shareholders Agreement (Agreement). The company’s constitution sets out the objects of the company: to create, produce and promote cultural festivals that showcase diverse artistic work and demonstrate artistic integr

Release of the Bradfield Regional Assessment and Development Panel Report and Government Response
In 1938, Dr John Bradfield, a Queensland civil engineer, proposed a scheme that would divert flows from the Wet Tropics and Burdekin River catchments to irrigate and drought proof much of Western Queensland and as far south as South Australia. The Bradfield scheme aimed to capture water from North Queensland and transport it to the drier regions, either to the south, west or both. Several reviews