Moonie Highway Crash Toll

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The young boy airlifted from yesterday’s horrific crash site on the Moonie Highway continues to cling to his life today in Brisbane’s Lady Cilento Hospital. The two -year -old toddler was one of five in the car which slammed into a tree at lunch time yesterday. The accident closed the highway … [Read more...]

PM Eyes on The Job

XXX on March 23, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. The Australian Government is establishing a $1 billion Clean Energy Innovation Fund to help emerging technologies.

The Prime Minister made a visit to Queensland yesterday and joined Member for Groom, John McVeigh in Toowoomba to cast the Prime Ministerial peepers over the work and progress of the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC) project. He seems to have liked what he saw adding an almost ‘royal’ … [Read more...]

Works begin on Oakey to Miles Safety Upgrade

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Motorists travelling the Oakey to Miles section of the Warrego Highway will see a number of road projects commencing early this year as part of a $40 million project to improve road safety. Federal Member for Maranoa David Littleproud says dozens of jobs will be supported throughout the life of … [Read more...]

Cunningham Highway Improvements Start

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Expect some delays if you use the Cunningham Highway as road rehabilitation works begin from this week. The project, worth $12.5 million funded under the National Highway Upgrade Programme will see work carried out between Mutdapilly and Warrill View. This section of the Highway was … [Read more...]

The BLITZ -The Next Phase

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Police have praised the majority of Queensland motorists following a decrease in both traffic crashes and traffic offences during the Festive Break phase of the Christmas Road Safety Campaign. For now, the 50-day Christmas Road Safety Campaign is in phase three – ‘School Holidays’ until 11.59pm … [Read more...]

Remember the Frontline

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Police, Fire and Emergency Services and Corrective Services Minister Mark Ryan is encouraging Queenslanders to take a moment during this year’s festive season to think of the State’s frontline officers working hard to keep people safe. “As many Queenslanders enjoy their family holidays, gather … [Read more...]

Fast-Tracked Funding for Roads

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What the Main Roads and Road Safety Minister Mark Bailey is calling a ‘Jobs Boost’ the State Government has announced road safety and road network renewal works package for the regions. The Minister says the fast-tracked program will focus on things like road resurfacing and sealing, line … [Read more...]