For the last year, my home of Goondiwindi feels like it has become a hot spot for repeat youth offenders. While this is not the whole story, many people in […]
Next week the Queensland Parliament will vote on the Voluntary Assisted Dying Bill 2021. Queensland Labor made a commitment during the 2020 election that the Bill would be presented to […]
The Minister for Natural Resources, Mines and Energy Dr Anthony Lynham took action last week on behalf of the Warwick community and wrote to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission […]
Joel Richters, Labor’s candidate for Southern Downs, wants to set the record straight on water prices in the local community.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has announced Joel Richters will join her team to contest Southern Downs for Labor in the election to be held later this year. Mr Richters moved to […]
Granite Belt Water Relief have only been operating for a few months to provide desperately needed water to people in rural areas so that they can keep their animals alive […]
The state government is spending record amounts on drought relief in Queensland… $74 million over the next four years according to this years’ budget.
When the Premier visited the Southern Downs and Granite Belt on Thursday the hot topics were water supply and drought.
Water security or better described as insecurity is shaping up to be the most difficult challenge that we may face this century.