Maiden Speech

Video link It is difficult to put into words the enormous pride I feel standing here in the chamber of the House of Representatives as part of the 47th Parliament of Australia to deliver my maiden speech. It is a political milestone for me, as I have now represented my

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Boyce sworn in as Federal Member for Flynn

Colin Boyce was today sworn in as the Federal Member for Flynn for the 47th Parliament of Australia. Mr Boyce is only the 17th Queensland representative that has been elected to all three levels of government. Mr Boyce said he was honoured to be sworn in as the Federal Member

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State Budget ‘Smoke and Mirrors’

Federal Member for Flynn Colin Boyce has labelled the State Labor Government’s Budget as all ‘smoke and mirrors.’ Mr Boyce said the Budget contained a raft of promises for the southeast corner and little for regional Queensland. “I am pleased to see the State Labor Government has bowed to public

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Colin Boyce welcomes ACCC investigation into price gouging

Federal Member for Flynn Colin Boyce has welcomed the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s investigation into price gouging and anti-competitive conduct during the rolling national power crisis. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission investigation will examine energy companies’ profits and margins following soaring energy bills across the country. Mr Boyce

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Federal Member for Flynn Colin Boyce has called on the Labor Government to ‘get back to basics’ as Australia deals with an energy crisis. This is following the announcement that Prime Minster Anthony Albanese will hold his first ‘regional cabinet meeting’ in the port city of Gladstone, a major centre

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Resignation from Callide

It is no secret that I have nominated as the candidate for the LNP for the Federal seat of Flynn. The Commonwealth Constitution determines that I must resign before the election is called. This rule does not apply to someone in a mayoral position, who can simply take a leave

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Reef Legislation Reversal Bill

The Queensland Government continues to destroy the image of the Great Barrier Reef and with it, the $6 Billion tourist industry. They have spent $300 Million on misleading campaigns, blaming the $19 Billion agriculture industry that feeds Australians. My speech in Parliament (in support of reversing this Bill) highlights the

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