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EMERALD RURAL HEALTH TRAINING CENTRE BREAKING GROUND

Federal Member for Flynn, Colin Boyce has welcomed the pending construction of the Emerald Rural Health Training Centre. “I was proud to stand alongside the former Regional Health Minister, Dr David Gillespie and former Member for Flynn, Ken O’Dowd back in 2022 when this initiative was first announced under the

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LABOR DRAGS FEET ON FLYNN ELECTION PROMISES

Almost two years since Federal Labor made its 2022 election commitments, hundreds of projects have still failed to commence according to documents recently released to Parliament.   Federal Member for Flynn, Colin Boyce said organisations and councils in Flynn have been unfairly subject to long and unnecessary bureaucratic processes.  

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FAMILY CAR TO COST THOUSANDS MORE UNDER LABOR

The price of Australians’ favourite SUVs, utes and 4WDs will be jacked up by thousands of dollars under Labor’s proposed carbon tax on vehicles.   Industry analysis of Labor’s family car tax predicts the cost of some popular models such as the Toyota Landcruiser could rise by as much as

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LOCAL ATHLETES SUCCESSFUL IN SPORTING GRANTS

Successful applicants for Round 3 of the Federal Government’s 2023-24 Local Sporting Champions and Local Para Champions programs have been announced. The Local Sporting Champions program provides financial assistance for coaches, officials and competitors aged 12-18 participating in state, national or international championships. Successful applicants will receive $500-$750 towards the

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BEEF CORRIDORS DELAY IS UDDER NONSENSE

Michelle Landry MP, Colin Boyce MP and Senator Matthew Canavan have joined with Central Queensland Mayors asking for an explanation from the Federal Government why the funding for the Queensland Beef Corridors funding has been delayed. It was revealed last week in senate estimates that the $400 million upgrade that

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CRITICAL BEEF CORRIDORS UPGRADE HITS LABOR SPEED BUMP

Senate Estimates this month revealed that the $400 million upgrade that would see 457km of the Beef Corridors sealed has been pushed back from a start date of 2025/26 financial year until 2027/28 financial year. Central Queensland LNP Members have joined local Mayors and called on the Labor Government to

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