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We should be backing the farmers that feed us!

Rural debt for Queensland farmers has increased more than 10.7% to $19.1 billion since 2017.

Queensland’s food supply chain supports around one in seven Queensland jobs, but it’s under threat unless the Palaszczuk Labor Government has an economic plan.

The New Bradfield Scheme is a key LNP economic driver that will stimulate our economy, create secure jobs and drag us out of recession.

We should be backing the farmers that feed us!

Rural debt for Queensland farmers has increased more than 10.7% to $19.1 billion since 2017.

Queensland’s food supply chain supports around one in seven Queensland jobs, but it’s under threat unless the Palaszczuk Labor Government has an economic plan.

The New Bradfield Scheme is a key LNP economic driver that will stimulate our economy, create secure jobs and drag us out of recession.

Annastacia Palaszczuk needs to take full responsibility for this phenomenal waste of Queensland taxpayers money.
 
It seems the only people that wanted Jackie Trad’s preferred route were the Palaszczuk Cabinet.
 
Labor have ignored the safety and technical advice from Queensland Rail, the CRR Delivery Authority and the proponent, all to benefit Jackie Trad and her marginal seat.
 
By ignoring independent advice, the Palaszczuk government has left taxpayers exposed to a massive compensation claim by the contractor.
 
Annastacia Palaszczuk’s priorities are all wrong when she is willing to give a marginal Labor seat a blank cheque but won’t repair Paradise Dam and build the full sized Rookwood Weir.
 
Queenslanders have every reason to be outraged by this blatant pork-barrelling.

Annastacia Palaszczuk needs to take full responsibility for this phenomenal waste of Queensland taxpayers money.

It seems the only people that wanted Jackie Trad’s preferred route were the Palaszczuk Cabinet.

Labor have ignored the safety and technical advice from Queensland Rail, the CRR Delivery Authority and the proponent, all to benefit Jackie Trad and her marginal seat.

By ignoring independent advice, the Palaszczuk government has left… See more

It is simple really - just add water. 

Water means life and water means jobs.

That's why I am so passionate about the LNP's massive dam building program including the drought busting New Bradfield Scheme, Nullinga, Urannah, Emu Swamp Dam, Rookwood Weir, raising Burdekin Falls dam wall and fixing Paradise Dam. 

We will also provide cheaper water for SunWater irrigators.

It is all part of our plan to get Queensland working again.

It is simple really - just add water.

Water means life and water means jobs.

That's why I am so passionate about the LNP's massive dam building program including the drought busting New Bradfield Scheme, Nullinga, Urannah, Emu Swamp Dam, Rookwood Weir, raising Burdekin Falls dam wall and fixing Paradise Dam.

We will also provide cheaper water for SunWater irrigators.

It is all part of our plan to get Queensland working again.

Youth Crime Out Of Control in Queensland

Absolutely tragic.

My heart goes out to Angus' family and friends.

This is why I'm determined to crackdown on the youth crime crisis in Queensland.

Justice for Angus Richard Beaumont

Infrastructure Australia's latest update has backed new road projects to be delivered through the LNP's $1 billion SEQ Congestion Program.

On the priority initiatives listed we'll deliver;
🚗 $90 million Gympie Road overpass at Carseldine
🚗 $40 million Mount Lindesay Highway duplication 

This investment is in addition to the $550 million commitment to deliver the Second M1 which is another priority initiative by Infrastructure Australia. 

Only the LNP will invest in the new infrastructure that Queensland needs to bust congestion and create secure jobs.

Infrastructure Australia's latest update has backed new road projects to be delivered through the LNP's $1 billion SEQ Congestion Program.

On the priority initiatives listed we'll deliver;
🚗 $90 million Gympie Road overpass at Carseldine
🚗 $40 million Mount Lindesay Highway duplication

This investment is in addition to the $550 million commitment to deliver the Second M1 which is another priority initiative by Infrastructure Australia.

Only the LNP will invest in the new infrastructure that Queensland needs to bust congestion and create secure jobs.

A secret review by the Palaszczuk Labor Government will see 18 of the 22 agriculture customer service counters closed.

With two-thirds of Queensland still in crippling drought it shows Labor is anti-farmer, anti-regions and anti-jobs.  

A future LNP government will stop Labor’s anti-farmer cuts.

Only the LNP has an economic plan to supercharge the regions and back our farmers to produce and grow the food and fibre our state needs.

We have already announced the drought busting New Bradfield Scheme, a massive dam building program including Nullinga, Urannah, Emu Swamp dam, raising the Burdekin Falls dam wall, fixing the Paradise Dam and cheaper water for Sunwater irrigators.  

A strong agricultural sector means more jobs, food security for Queenslanders and more resilient regional communities.

A secret review by the Palaszczuk Labor Government will see 18 of the 22 agriculture customer service counters closed.

With two-thirds of Queensland still in crippling drought it shows Labor is anti-farmer, anti-regions and anti-jobs.

A future LNP government will stop Labor’s anti-farmer cuts.

Only the LNP has an economic plan to supercharge the regions and back our farmers to produce and grow the food and fibre our state needs.

We have … See more

LNP to fast-track Bells Creek Arterial Road

Getting Queenslanders into jobs and out of this recession is part of the LNP's economic plan to get this state working again.

On Friday, we announced a future LNP Government will get Caloundra moving again with a $35 million commitment to fast track the Bells Creek Arterial Road.

The road will provide a new access to the Sunshine Coast from the Bruce Highway and take pressure off Caloundra Road.

At a time when Queenslanders are looking for more assistance from their government, the Palaszczuk Labor Government is slashing regional services offered through the Department of Agriculture as part of a secret review. 

Coronavirus should not be used as excuse to cut essential services especially when 67.4% of Queensland is still struggling through drought. 

An LNP Government I lead will produce an economic plan to supercharge the regions and back our farmers to produce the locally grown food and fibre our state needs to be more self-sufficient and create a decade of secure jobs. 
 
Everyone in regional areas who has experienced the loss of banking, postal and other important services as part of a ‘digital transition’ knows this means less services.

At a time when Queenslanders are looking for more assistance from their government, the Palaszczuk Labor Government is slashing regional services offered through the Department of Agriculture as part of a secret review.

Coronavirus should not be used as excuse to cut essential services especially when 67.4% of Queensland is still struggling through drought.

An LNP Government I lead will produce an economic plan to supercharge the regions and … See more

A future LNP Government will provide Townsville and Cairns with 60 extra police officers each to crackdown on crime.

We'll also introduce tougher laws and scrap Labor's failed youth bail houses for good.

There will be no more slaps on the wrists under an LNP government.

The LNP has an ambitious plan to stimulate the economy, create a decade of secure jobs and drag Queensland out of this recession.

A future LNP Government will provide Townsville and Cairns with 60 extra police officers each to crackdown on crime.

We'll also introduce tougher laws and scrap Labor's failed youth bail houses for good.

There will be no more slaps on the wrists under an LNP government.

The LNP has an ambitious plan to stimulate the economy, create a decade of secure jobs and drag Queensland out of this recession.

Hospital Wait Lists

Ray is still waiting for shoulder surgery after he fell.

He’s in pain and struggles to do everyday tasks. Unfortunately - he’s not alone.

Before Covid-19 there were 658 locals waiting for surgery in Hervey Bay.

The LNP will partner with the private sector to slash surgery waiting lists and restore performance targets to drive better patient care.

I'm pleased to say since this story was raised, Ray has been added to the wait list.

Mt Lindesay Highway Upgrade

The Mount Lindesay Highway is one of the most unroadworthy roads in the state.

It's a major growth area and congestion is already choking the highway.

The LNP will invest $40 million to duplicate the highway south of Chambers Flat Road interchange towards Beaudesert.

The LNP is the only party that has a plan to get Queensland out of recession, create a stronger economy and more secure jobs.

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Today would have been the first day of Ekka 2020 so below are some vintage pics to help keep the spirit alive.🍨

Even though the Ekka isn't on in all its glory there are still ways to get involved.

🍨Strawberry Sundae pop up store locations:
www.thecommongood.org.au/news/ekkastrawberrysundaepopups

🐮Competitions to get involved in:
www.ekka.com.au/competitions/2020-competitions