Applications Now Open for Youth Parliamentarians

Do you have an interest in politics? Are you between 15 and 25 years old? If this sounds like you, the YMCA Queensland Youth Parliament might be just the place for you. Applications are now open for 15 to 25 year olds interested in having a chance to represent their

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LNP Promise Pavement Works for Notorious Somerset Road

Member for Lockyer Jim McDonald has promised a future LNP government will contribute $7 million towards pavement upgrades along Forest Hill-Fernvale Road. ‘As part of the LNP’s $1 billion road infrastructure program, a future LNP government will provide $7 million for pavement upgrades to Forest Hill-Fernvale Road between Lowood and

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Survey Results Shed Light on Community Concerns

Member for Lockyer Jim McDonald says the results of his Biggest Community Survey have highlighted the real issues faced by residents in Lockyer. ‘In 2019 I had the opportunity to complete Lockyer’s Biggest Community Survey. The 6923 responses we received clearly showed what issues matter to Lockyer and what I

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LNP Commit to Shovel Ready Turf Club Business Plan

Member for Lockyer Jim McDonald has announced a future LNP government will commit $60,000 towards the Lockyer Valley Turf Club’s business plan. Visiting the club recently, Mr McDonald was joined by LNP Shadow Minister for Sport and Racing Mr John-Paul Langbroek to make the announcement. ‘A future LNP government will

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Much Needed Funding Boost for Anuha

Member for Lockyer Jim McDonald has announced that if elected at the upcoming State Election an LNP government will provide Anuha Gatton with a much-needed funding boost of $125,000. This funding would allow Anuha to construct permanent air-conditioned lunchrooms for staff at the organisations Material Recovery Facility. Visiting the site

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LNP backs jobs with major Warrego Highway upgrade

  An LNP Government will make the Warrego Highway safer and create hundreds of new construction jobs with a $75m upgrade of the road between Toowoomba and Ipswich. LNP Leader Deb Frecklington said the upgrade was part of her party’s SEQ Congestion Program – a $1billion stimulus program of new

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