Up to 13 weeks income support is now available for those worst-hit by the bushfires in the Gladstone, Gympie and Ipswich council areas.
Matthew Geoffrey Rixon, 34, is again preying on unsuspecting Queenslanders looking to hire someone to build them a fence. This time he has set up a business in South East Queensland, trading as Sunstate Fencing and Sunstate Fencing Solutions.
A great opportunity for South East Queensland businesses to take advantage of a program fully funded by the Queensland Government* in partnership with TAFE Queensland.
The first landholder agreements for the Balonne Shire Council’s Special Rate Scheme for the wild dog exclusion fencing (WDEF) program were signed.
NSW and Queensland residents returning to homes and properties damaged by recent catastrophic bushfires are being warned of the risk of stirring up deadly asbestos fibres as they sift through damaged or destroyed homes.
Disaster assistance has been made available in the Livingstone and Noosa Shires to assist communities hit by November’s (2019) Queensland bushfires.
Disaster assistance has been made available for the local government areas of Maranoa and Paroo in Southern Queensland after storms, heavy rain and isolated flooding in late April (2019).
With farmers and rural communities in Queensland and New South Wales continuing to struggle with drought, Australian-owned natural gas company Santos is proud to donate $160,000 to support rural communities in the Maranoa and Narrabri regions where we operate.
More than $100 million in assistance has been paid to flood-affected farmers, small businesses and non-profit organisations in Northern Queensland after the Monsoon and floods in January 2019.
Small businesses hit by monsoonal flooding in northern Queensland earlier in 2019 will get free mentoring and advice with face-to-face access to business advisors, support networks and government agencies.