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There is still time to drop your non-perishable food and school supplies off to Bill Hull Car Centre Christmas Food Drive. I proudly dropped off my donation this morning and the community has been so generous already! They are taking donations until Wednesday🎄#nanangoelectorate #christmasfooddrive #community #givingback
Love my Christmas Tree made by students from Nanango State High School, thanks to Steve for helping sell them today at the Nanango Markets! Also loving my @mabel.collective blouse from @kennedy.and.grace 😊🎄👏❤️
As promised my speech from Parliament this week in support of 'Sian's Law'.
Thank you Dan Purdie MP for your passionate fight to ensure 'Sian's Law' has become a reality. This will help protect our community from the worst of the worst offenders.
I was pleased to add my voice to Sian's Law - I will add my speech shortly
As the Shadow Minister for Water and Construction of Dams and Regional Development and Manufacturing, I will never stop fighting for the good people of regional Queensland.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas🎵🎄
Our beautiful South Burnett Rail Trail has been a victim of the recent rain events. Unfortunately it is closed temporarily between Tingoora and Goomeri. The remainder of the trail remains open.
With the State soaked in rain, please spare a thought for the people of Inglewood. The towns 800 residents were evacuated during the night as rising floodwaters inundated their town.
With over 400 roads closed across Queensland and more rain forecast please take it easy if you have to be on the road today.
Wow! How about this rain.
My e-news hit inboxes yesterday. You can read it here⬇
Save the date! Isa Rodeo is coming to Longreach 30th April-1 May 2022!
Great to meet Willow & Bryon Kirk (& mum Melissa) this morning at Queensland Parliament. Bryon is a competitor, gun whip-cracker & dancer.
James Johnston an incredible new Queensland artist was on hand to help launch the Road to Rodeo - check out his songs!
Recent rain has finally seen a much welcome rise in storage levels at our South Burnett dams. With more rain expected this is a relief for our community.
You can check out some of the other dam levels via the link;
Today 75 Queensland workers will lose their jobs at the New Acland Mine. Around 350 jobs have been lost at the mine since the Palaszczuk Government took office. Now the mine has run out of coal due to Government inaction. Many workers from the mine live in the Nanango Electorate.
Yesterday, the Premier said she wants more new mining opportunities approved in Queensland but less than 24 hours later, she can’t even keep a mine we already have … See more