Queensland small businesses wanting to boost their digital and online presence can now apply for funding of up to $10,000 under the latest round of Small Business Digital Grants.
Further rainfall is forecast for Queensland’s far north coast, but expected to be further north and significantly lower than the recent widespread, heavy falls which caused major flooding on the Tully, Murray and Herbert Rivers.
Graziers in Southern Queensland are urged to vaccinate their livestock against anthrax to prevent unnecessary cattle and sheep deaths.
Brisbane CBD and Fortitude Valley retailers will band together, in the Australia-first, National Retail Association (NRA) SafeCity Network trial to share their experiences of retail crime, on the back of a spate of scammer incidents in Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
Queensland farmers are rejoicing after recent widespread rain but have warned a few days of good falls are not enough to break a drought that has lasted more than half a decade in many parts of the state.
New planning and community engagement guidelines are in development to guide Queensland’s solar farm boom.
AgForce is urging rural landholders to check new land valuations released are correct to ensure they don’t end up paying more in council rates and leasehold rent than they should.
Funding is available for Queensland businesses and manufacturers through the Jobs and Regional Growth Fund.
There is still time to apply for one of 600 jobs with GOLDOC and be part of one of Queensland’s greatest success stories – the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
The QLD Government has congratulated the state’s brightest stars in vocational education and training (VET) who were recognised at the 2017 Queensland Training Awards State Gala Dinner in Brisbane on September 1 2017.