Wire and steel fence posts are proving to be the economic backbone for Central Western Queensland, creating employment and manufacturing opportunities, and stabilising population decline.
A new strategy to manage wild dogs in Queensland aims to reduce the multi-million dollar impact of the pests on the economy, environment and social amenity.
Charters Towers Regional Council will roll out another round of wild dog and feral pig baiting across the Region.
The Australian Government is continuing its commitment to flood recovery in North Queensland by providing $12 million for locally identified projects to help the 14 Local Government Areas most affected by the 2019 North Queensland Monsoon Trough.
Disaster assistance is now available in five local government areas in Far North Queensland impacted by heavy rainfall and flooding in April 2021.
Primary producers across Queensland hit by recent floods and cyclones can now access Extraordinary Disaster Assistance Grants of up to $75,000 to support their recovery journey.
Gladstone Regional Council is advising current and future suppliers that LG Tender Box, the online platform used to release tenders to the market, is being decommissioned.
Queensland communities can now apply for a share of more than $19 million in resilience and risk reduction funding to help reduce, mitigate and manage the risks of future disasters.
Disaster assistance has been made available to assist the recovery of additional communities and primary producers in North Queensland impacted by Tropical Cyclone Niran.
Disaster assistance is now available for nine local government areas in remote Far North Queensland impacted by flooding brought on by a Tropical Low in late January (2021).