Colin Boyce MP

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On June 10, I was honoured to be officially declared as the Member for Flynn by the Australian Electoral Commission.

Firstly, I would like to thank the people of Flynn for electing me as your federal representative.

It is an incredible privilege to represent the rural and industrial electorate of Flynn and the almost 110,000 voters who call it home.

Thank you to my volunteers and family who have helped me along the way, I could not have done it without you.

I am committed to taking Flynn forward and holding the Labor Government to account on the promises that were made for Central Queensland.

Colin Boyce MP

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2022-23 Volunteer Grant EOIs Open

Federal Member for Flynn Colin Boyce has encouraged eligible Flynn organisations to submit expressions of interest (EOIs) for the Australian Government’s 2022-23 Volunteer Grants. Mr Boyce said there are a

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15 hours ago
Colin Boyce

This week as part of Ted O'Brien MP - Federal Member for Fairfax listening tour, we met with industry leaders to hear what concerns and opportunities lie ahead for Central Queensland.

Thanks to Gladstone Engineering Alliance for hosting.
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This week as part of Ted OBrien MP - Federal Member for Fairfax listening tour, we met with industry leaders to hear what concerns and opportunities lie ahead for Central Queensland.

Thanks to Gladstone Engineering Alliance for hosting.
19 hours ago
Colin Boyce

Places I'll be visiting next week as the Federal Member for Flynn:

🔵Taroom
🟡Rolleston
🔵Arcadia Valley
🟡Emerald
🔵Moura
🟡Gladstone
🔵Bluff
🟡Dingo
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Places Ill be visiting next week as the Federal Member for Flynn:

🔵Taroom
🟡Rolleston
🔵Arcadia Valley
🟡Emerald
🔵Moura
🟡Gladstone 
🔵Bluff
🟡Dingo
23 hours ago
Colin Boyce

📣 Volunteers Grant 2022-23 - EOI NOW OPEN 📣

My office is now accepting EOIs for the Volunteers Grant 2022-23! The Volunteers Grants are between $1000 - $5000 and can be used for not-for-profit community organisations to support the efforts of their volunteers including for:

- The purchase of small equipment
- Reimbursement of volunteer fuel, transport and training costs
- Purchase of items to promote awareness of volunteering opportunities

EOIs will be accepted until COB, Friday 23 September 2022. For the EOI application form and the guidelines, please contact my office via [email protected]
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📣 Volunteers Grant 2022-23 - EOI NOW OPEN 📣

My office is now accepting EOIs for the Volunteers Grant 2022-23! The Volunteers Grants are between $1000 - $5000 and can be used for not-for-profit community organisations to support the efforts of their volunteers including for:

- The purchase of small equipment
- Reimbursement of volunteer fuel, transport and training costs
- Purchase of items to promote awareness of volunteering opportunities

EOIs will be accepted until COB, Friday 23 September 2022. For the EOI application form and the guidelines, please contact my office via Colin.Boyce.MP@aph.gov.au
1 day ago
Colin Boyce

The Federal Resources Minister is correct, coal and gas will be required for a long time yet, to provide 24/7 base load power.

As I have said before, Australia needs wiggle room and flexibility to provide energy security for our people, manufacturers and primary industries.
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The Federal Resources  Minister is correct, coal and gas will be required for a long time yet, to provide 24/7 base load power. 

As I have said before, Australia needs wiggle room and flexibility to provide  energy security for our people, manufacturers and primary industries.Image attachment
1 day ago
Colin Boyce

A great cartoon calling out woke journalists. ... See MoreSee Less

A great cartoon calling out woke journalists.
2 days ago
Colin Boyce

Happy 100 years QCWA! 🎉🎉🎉

Since 1922, the Queensland Country Women’s Association (QCWA) has been about women from all over Queensland coming together for many different reasons, whether it is about meeting new people, making new friends, learning new skills or getting involved in the community.

Recently, I attended the QCWA Oakwood Branch AGM which was well attended by the community.
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Happy 100 years QCWA! 🎉🎉🎉

Since 1922, the Queensland Country Women’s Association (QCWA) has been about women from all over Queensland coming together for many different reasons, whether it is about meeting new people, making new friends, learning new skills or getting involved in the community.

Recently, I attended the QCWA Oakwood Branch AGM which was well attended by the community.Image attachment
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