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CONSTRUCTION OF COALITION-FUNDED ROOKWOOD WEIR CONCLUDES

After more than 10 years in the making, the construction of the $568.9 million Rookwood Weir draws to a close. The imminent completion of the weir marks a significant milestone poised to catalyse the growth and diversification of agriculture, bolster drought resilience, and address industrial and urban water requirements in

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LABOR CREATES MORE UNCERTAINTY FOR THE ROCKHAMPTON RING ROAD

Michelle Landry MP, Colin Boyce MP, and Senator Matthew Canavan are calling on the Federal Labor Government to deliver certainty to the Rockhampton Ring Road following statements from the Federal Labor Minister for Infrastructure that federal government contributions to infrastructure projects would be reduced from 80 per cent to 50

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CALL TO ACTION: ACCC MUST INVESTIGATE SUPERMARKET MEAT PRICES

Federal Member for Flynn, Colin Boyce is calling on Treasurer Jim Chalmers and Agriculture Minister Murray Watt to investigate supermarket meat sale prices. Mr Boyce said Treasurer Chalmers and Minister Watt must urgently direct the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to hold a price inquiry. “According to Meat and

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INCOMPETENCE A HANDBRAKE ON FLYNN ELECTION PROMISES

Election promises have been low on the Albanese Government priority list, as revelations surface that hundreds of infrastructure projects are still sitting on the Minister’s desk. Red tape has prevented almost $1.3 billion in election commitments to deliver community infrastructure, including projects in Flynn from getting off the ground. Shadow

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TIME FOR RENEWABLES TO PLAY BY THE RULES

Federal Member for Flynn, Colin Boyce this week visited local graziers in Central Queensland to see first-hand the impact renewable projects will have on the region’s environment and communities. It comes amid concerns that projects such as the Smoky Creek solar factory will have the potential to ruin the livelihoods

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