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Commuters invited to give feedback to Queensland Rail

Queensland Rail commences Commuter Catch-Ups Queensland Rail kicked off Commuter Catch Ups this week, a new forum for commuters to provide their feedback directly to Queensland Rail. Deputy Premier and Minister for Transport Jackie Trad joined Queensland Rail Chief Executive Officer Nick Easy at the first Commuter Catch Up at…


PrEP Trial expands to prevent transmission of HIV

Strong interest in expanded Q-PrEP HIV prevention trial More than 1200 Queenslanders are participating in the Palaszczuk Government’s $6 million four-year expanded PrEP (Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis) trial as part of efforts to prevent the transmission of HIV. Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Cameron Dick said the strong uptake demonstrated the…


Queenslanders invited to give feedback on new reef regulations

Consultation on reef regulations extended Queenslanders have another two weeks to provide their thoughts on the proposal to broaden and enhance existing reef protection regulations. Minister for the Great Barrier Reef Steven Miles said submissions on the Enhancing regulations to ensure clean water for a healthy Great Barrier Reef and…


CSIRO and Queensland Government team up to save lives

Queensland Health and the CSIRO sign a five-year agreement extending the Australian e-Health Research Centre (AEHRC). Health and Ambulance Services Minister Cameron Dick said the $25 million joint venture agreement would see the AEHRC continue to develop and deliver evidence-based digital innovations in an increasingly digitally enabled health system. “With increasing…


Fairer Fares for job seekers and asylum seekers from today

Vital public transport concessions for job seekers and asylum seekers The Palaszczuk Government will drastically reduce public transport fares for job seekers and asylum seekers, improving access to important community services and employment opportunities. Deputy Premier and Minister for Transport Jackie Trad said the fare concessions would start today and…


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