The Queensland Disaster Management Committee at 7:30am this morning (Tuesday 4 April) – one week after Tropical Cyclone Debbie crossed the coast - was updated on the status of major flood warning for the Fitzroy River, the response and recovery efforts in Logan and Scenic Rim local government areas, and the recovery efforts in communities across the State's north.
Transport and energy concessions are now available to more Queenslanders helping to help ease cost-of-living pressures for these essentials. Health Care Card holders and Asylum Seekers will be able to apply for the electricity rebate (as of 1 April) and job seekers and Asylum Seekers are eligible for transport concessions from today (3 April 2017)!
New public transport concessions have been introduced across Queensland from today, Monday 3 April 2017.
QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT MEDIA RELEASE Flood-affected residents in the Logan, Scenic Rim and Gold Coast local government areas will be able to access immediate financial help and support in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
Further assistance for Queensland communities affected by Tropical Cyclone Debbie
The Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services' (DCCDS) Community Recovery section is encouraging individuals, carers and service providers in the DCCSDS North and Far North Queensland area to be prepared in relation to Tropical Cyclone Debbie.
A message from the Department of Transport and Main Roads - 9:00am Monday 27 March.
Promotion is mostly known as a for-profit tool, but ‘New Beginnings’ President Ben Brauer believes it is the only way to pave the future success of his charitable organisation.
The Energy Savvy Families program is a new initiative designed to help families across regional Queensland learn more about their energy use and manage their energy bills. Program participants will have the convenience of monthly billing and access to helpful tools and information to assist them in managing electricity costs.
The Queensland Government has introduced a Bill into Parliament that impacts upon how vulnerable Queenslanders interact with State Penalties Enforcement Registry (SPER).