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⛺️ GREAT NEWS! Boondooma and Bjelke-Petersen dams will fully reopen for overnight guests from Saturday 1 August 2020. Bookings will be open from Monday 20 July 2020 and can be made online at:

👉 www.lakeboondooma.com.au
👉 www.yallakoolpark.com.au

📷 My daughter Elke at Boondooma Dam

⛺️ GREAT NEWS! Boondooma and Bjelke-Petersen dams will fully reopen for overnight guests from Saturday 1 August 2020. Bookings will be open from Monday 20 July 2020 and can be made online at:

👉 www.lakeboondooma.com.au
👉 www.yallakoolpark.com.au

📷 My daughter Elke at Boondooma Dam

This incident is terrifying. 

Everyone has the right to feel safe in their own home and in the streets of their community.

Sadly, that sense of safety has vanished across much of Queensland.

The LNP has a comprehensive plan to target the young offenders who are responsible for the Queensland crimewave.   

If the LNP wins the next state election, we will introduce mandatory detention for young offenders convicted of a third offence. 

We will introduce 24/7 monitoring of young offenders on bail and breaching bail will once again become criminal offence. 

Community Payback Farms will be used to educate and rehabilitate repeat offenders before they are released, while our Justice Reinvestment program will increase early intervention to improve the physical and social well-being of children. 

Read more here: www.deb2020.com.au/debs-comprehensive-plan-to-crack-down-on-youth-crime

This incident is terrifying.

Everyone has the right to feel safe in their own home and in the streets of their community.

Sadly, that sense of safety has vanished across much of Queensland.

The LNP has a comprehensive plan to target the young offenders who are responsible for the Queensland crimewave.

If the LNP wins the next state election, we will introduce mandatory detention for young offenders convicted of a third offence.

We will … See more

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There’ll be some serious channel surfing tonight!!!Go North Queensland Toyota Cowboys and go Brisbane Lions.

Queensland is the only state to cancel its budget.
 
Today, Labor’s Treasurer refused to tell Queenslanders the current or projected debt level and doesn’t even know how many public servants there are in Queensland.
 
He also refused to rule out any new taxes.
 
Only the LNP has a plan to build a stronger economy and create a decade of secure jobs. Part of that is our no new tax guarantee.

Queensland is the only state to cancel its budget.

Today, Labor’s Treasurer refused to tell Queenslanders the current or projected debt level and doesn’t even know how many public servants there are in Queensland.

He also refused to rule out any new taxes.

Only the LNP has a plan to build a stronger economy and create a decade of secure jobs. Part of that is our no new tax guarantee.

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HART Sport 🏓is a Queensland success story💪 27 years in the making, creating 👷‍♂️60 jobs right in the heart of Aspley.

What started as a company selling sporting⚽️ products through catalogues to schools now sells across the country and exports to more than 15 countries.

Never been a better time to support local.

Thanks to owner Greg Harten for giving our candidate for Aspley Amanda Cooper and I a tour around this incredible facility.

LNP's Youth Crime Crackdown

It's time for Labor's revolving-door youth justice system to be slammed shut.

The LNP has announced a comprehensive plan to crack down on youth crime and protect the public.

LNP crackdown on youth crime

The LNP has announced a comprehensive plan to crack down on youth crime and protect the public.

An LNP Government will:
➡️Implement tougher laws (bring back breach of bail as an offence)
➡️Monitor youth offenders on bail ‪24/7‬
➡️Introduce mandatory detention for third convictions
➡️Establish a Community Payback Farm program where youths will learn new skills, improve self discipline and teach offenders to take ownership for their actions
➡️Scrap youth bail houses
➡️Trial justice reinvestment to prevent youth’s entering a life of crime

Len's Medal Arrives After 75 Years - southburnett.com.au

Len's Medal Arrives After 75 Years - southburnett.com.au

Seventy-five years after World War II ended, Wondai resident Len McLeod's war service has finally been recognised with the awarding of the Pacific Star.

At 94 years of age Len McLeod's war service has finally been recognised with the awarding of the Pacific Star - 75 years after World War II ended.

Len was presented with the medal in a small ceremony before family members, friends and councillors at Kingaroy Town Hall.

Len, who lived in Victoria at the time, had multiple attempts at signing up to serve in World War II, but the first few were unsuccessful due to his age.

I'm thrilled for Len and his family that his service to his country has now officially been recognised.

This is unacceptable

This is totally unacceptable.

This is why we need a public sex offender register.

Protecting children is more important than protecting the privacy of paedophiles.

The LNP has listened to the concerns of Queenslanders and today, we announced our tough and comprehensive plan to crackdown on youth crime right across the state and give our police the required powers they need to deal with youth offenders.

Our policy makes sweeping changes to prevent youth crime, crackdown on perpetrators and rehabilitate offenders to contribute to the community.

An LNP Government will implement tougher laws, monitor youth offenders on bail ‪24/7‬, introduce mandatory detention for third convictions, establish a Community Payback Farm program, scrap youth bail houses, and trial justice reinvestment.

Read more about our policy here: https://www.deb2020.com.au/debs-comprehensive-plan-to-crack-down-on-youth-crime

The LNP has listened to the concerns of Queenslanders and today, we announced our tough and comprehensive plan to crackdown on youth crime right across the state and give our police the required powers they need to deal with youth offenders.

Our policy makes sweeping changes to prevent youth crime, crackdown on perpetrators and rehabilitate offenders to contribute to the community.

An LNP Government will implement tougher laws, monitor youth … See more

LNP's plan to tackle youth crime

I will not apologise for being tough on crime.

Today the LNP announced a comprehensive plan to tackle youth crime across Queensland.

An LNP Government will:
➡️Implement tougher laws (bring back breach of bail as an offence)
➡️Monitor youth offenders on bail ‪24/7‬
➡️Introduce mandatory detention for third convictions
➡️Establish a Community Payback Farm program where youths will learn new skills, improve self discipline and teach offenders to take ownership for their actions
➡️Scrap youth bail houses
➡️Trial justice reinvestment to prevent youth’s entering a life of crime