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So proud to have secured the funding and to deliver the new Kingaroy Police Station. The official opening was today and it was great to celebrate this much-awaited occasion with our local officers.
Energy Minister Mark Bailey says farmers need to do more if they want to reduce their electricity bills.
Energy prices are out of control for farmers across Queensland - and Labor have the nerve to say it's farmers fault for their skyrocketing electricity costs.
Labor's unsustainable and obsessive rush toward renewable energy is driving up electricity costs, and they've done nothing to fix the problem, while Queenslanders continue to suffer,
It was a pleasure to have Former PM John Howard with us today to discuss our plans to Build a Better Queensland.
Our hard-working volunteer organisations receive partial government assistance but rely significantly on community support and generosity to provide the services Queenslanders rely upon in an emergency event, like a natural disaster.
Click on the link below to see how a future LNP - Liberal National Party Government will help the thousands of emergency service volunteers who give up their time with family and friends to selflessly help Queenslanders.
It was great to attend the official launch of Cherish This Day, a new not-for-profit organisation that is aiming to increase the wedding and events platform in the South Burnett. Download the free digital bridal magazine from their website https://www.cherishthisday.com.au/
Ros Heit Kathy Duff Jo Berry
The Brisbane Valley Rail Trail is a great way to see some of the many wonderful places within the Nanango electorate.
'Roads, health and council': Nanango state MP already listening to Woolooga, Kilkivan and Goomeri.
This week I visited some new parts of the Nanango Electorate, including Goomeri, Kilkivan and Woolooga. Great opportunity to hear about local issues and meet the community with Tony Perrett
Happy 7th birthday to my neighbours Taste South Burnett. Congratulations Shannon and Megan!
Getting ready to watch the main game but thrilled to see Kingaroy Rugby League Football Club junior Logan Bayliss scoring for the Queensland u18's! Go Queensland👏🏻👏🏻
Thanks to Tony Perrett MP for visiting some of the new part of the Nanango Electorate with me today - Goomeri, Kilkivan and Woolooga. The new Nanango Electorate is now even bigger and better!
Once this lifts it will be a beautiful day in the South Burnett ❄️🌞