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Deb's Local Hero Grants

Deb's Local Hero Grants

Now Open! Find out how you can apply for $250 for your community group or to help individuals attending major sporting/other events.

Queensland Government Grants

Queensland Government Grants

The Queensland Government is committed to supporting local community groups, individuals and projects through many different funding programs.

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Deb 2020

Deb 2020

Meet the Qld LNP Team and read their Economic Plan for our great State.

Deb's Year 12 Nanango Electorate School Leavers Bursary

Deb's Year 12 Nanango Electorate School Leavers Bursary

$1000 Bursary to help support Year 12 Nanango Electorate School Leavers who need to travel or move away to access further education.

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Thanks to Terence Warren for sending this one in :) - Central Qld

Feel free to post some more of your pics from around Queensland!

Charges sought over ‘sick’ scam exploiting widow’s grief

Charges sought over ‘sick’ scam exploiting widow’s grief

OPPOSITION Leader Deb Frecklington has called on police to find the scammers responsible for impersonating a widow hours after her husband’s death.

The actions of people trying to make a quick buck from this family’s grief is sickening.

I hope the Police catch these sick individuals and come down on them like a tonne of bricks.

We need to send a message that those who try and take advantage of people who are grieving a loved one is completely unacceptable.

Simply not good enough.

Simply not good enough.

Amanda Cooper and my LNP - Liberal National Party team will get Aspley working again.

I am so proud Amanda Cooper has joined my LNP - Liberal National Party Team.

There is no one better to represent the people of Aspley than Amanda. She is passionate about lifting education standards, creating jobs, busting congestion on the Northside and improving local health services.

The LNP is the only party with the energy and the plan to get Queensland working again.

I am so proud Amanda Cooper has joined my LNP - Liberal National Party Team.

There is no one better to represent the people of Aspley than Amanda. She is passionate about lifting education standards, creating jobs, busting congestion on the Northside and improving local health services.

The LNP is the only party with the energy and the plan to get Queensland working again.

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I was so impressed with the entries I received for my FB cover photo where I asked for your best pics around Queensland! 📸

I had to post some more of my favourites! #beststate

Feel free to share some more below!

Here is some advice to the Palaszczuk Labor Government - stop wasting taxpayers money!

Already this year, more than a billion dollars has been wasted by Labor from changing hospital names to an app to help fat dogs lose weight.. imagine that money being used to fix roads, build dams and help drought affected communities.

Here is some advice to the Palaszczuk Labor Government - stop wasting taxpayers money!

Already this year, more than a billion dollars has been wasted by Labor from changing hospital names to an app to help fat dogs lose weight.. imagine that money being used to fix roads, build dams and help drought affected communities.

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Celebrating 100 continuous years of Kilcoy RSL Sub Branch. Always wonderful to catch up with Iris & Ken Kukn (WW11 veteran). Congratulations to all involved over the years.

Jobs for Queenslanders

With Queensland's unemployment the highest in the country under Labor - the LNP have a plan to back small businesses and create jobs.

You can read more about it here: www.deb2020.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/SmallBusiness.pdf

Instruments for Kids!

🎼This is pretty cool!

Rural Aid arranged a free music workshop in the South Burnett with 18 schools from Kingaroy, Murgon, Yarraman, Nanango & Coolabunia, receiving $50,000 worth of musical instruments and Lego thanks to the organisation's Gift of Music program.

The incredible Australian Army Band worked with students in workshops and then performed for them!

Queensland needs a government that will work with Canberra, not against it.

Pleased to be alongside my fellow state and territory leaders discussing key issues like infrastructure, the economy & drought management.

Scott Morrison (ScoMo)
Gladys Berejiklian
Steven Marshall
Alistair Coe MLA
Gary Higgins
Michael O'Brien MP
Will Hodgman
Liza Harvey MLA

Queensland needs a government that will work with Canberra, not against it.

Pleased to be alongside my fellow state and territory leaders discussing key issues like infrastructure, the economy & drought management.

Scott Morrison (ScoMo)
Gladys Berejiklian
Steven Marshall
Alistair Coe MLA
Gary Higgins
Michael O'Brien MP
Will Hodgman
Liza Harvey MLA

Last ag colleges in Longreach and Emerald prepare to close for good

Last ag colleges in Longreach and Emerald prepare to close for good

As the school year wraps up, staff, students, alumni, and rural industries are saying a final farewell to Queensland agricultural colleges in Longreach and Emerald.

This is very sad.

It’s clear Annastacia Palaszczuk and Labor couldn’t care less when it comes to helping young Queenslanders make a start in their agricultural careers.

Labor's priorities are all wrong.