Colin Boyce MP

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Representing Flynn in the Federal Parliament

The electorate of Flynn is over 132,000 square kilometres and is almost twice the size of Tasmania.

It stretches from the Central Highlands to the West, Gracemere to the North, Gladstone to the East and Wondai to the South while taking in the towns in between.

I drive over 50,000 kilometres a year staying in touch with our local communities and spend around 20 weeks in Canberra representing you in Parliament.

My electorate offices are open in the following locations to service the large Flynn electorate:

  • 76 Goondoon Street, Gladstone QLD 4680
  • 2/115 Egerton Street, Emerald QLD 4720
  • 39 Capper Street, Gayndah QLD 4625

 

I’m committed to taking Flynn forward.

Colin Boyce MP

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3 hours ago
Colin Boyce MP

Thank you Flynn!

Today marks two years since I was elected as the Federal Member for Flynn.

The two years have consisted of countless meetings, kilometres and results for our region. It has been an absolute privilege to serve our community.

I’m committed to taking Flynn forward. ✅
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Thank you Flynn!

Today marks two years since I was elected as the Federal Member for Flynn.

The two years have consisted of countless meetings, kilometres and results for our region. It has been an absolute privilege to serve our community.

I’m committed to taking Flynn forward. ✅
6 hours ago
Colin Boyce MP

Team Boyce will be at the 2024 Capella & District Show Society this Friday!

Make sure to come down and say g'day if you're in the area. The team will be able to assist with any Federal Government matters. 😊
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Team Boyce will be at the 2024 Capella & District Show Society this Friday!

Make sure to come down and say gday if youre in the area. The team will be able to assist with any Federal Government matters. 😊
11 hours ago
Colin Boyce MP

Team Boyce were recently at the Gladstone Careers Expo to assist students with any questions about the Federal Government. Information that was provided included a School Leavers’ Guide that covers:

- Career development support;
- Further education and training opportunities;
- Financial assistance available; and
- Mental health support services.
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Team Boyce were recently at the Gladstone Careers Expo to assist students with any questions about the Federal Government. Information that was provided included a School Leavers’ Guide that covers:

- Career development support;
- Further education and training opportunities;
- Financial assistance available; and
- Mental health support services.Image attachment
23 hours ago
Colin Boyce MP

I joined Chris Kenny from Sky News Australia to discuss Gladstone's hydrogen industry.

The Gladstone Ports Corporation have publicly stated that the hydrogen industry in Gladstone will need 110 gigawatts to produce 4 million tons per year of hydrogen. This will require 10,000 wind turbines, 2,500km2 of solar panels to be built and 45,000 mega litres of water each year (over half the capacity of Rookwood Weir) to reach this target.
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1 day ago
Colin Boyce MP

Make sure to tune in to Sky News Australia at 5.10pm where I’ll be joining Chris Kenny. ... See MoreSee Less

Make sure to tune in to Sky News Australia at 5.10pm where I’ll be joining Chris Kenny.
1 day ago
Colin Boyce MP

The Albanese Government has abolished the Mobile Black Spot Program and provided no ongoing funding for other key regional communications infrastructure programs.

Buried deep in the Budget papers, it states the funding for communications programs will fall, including:

“…the conclusion of the Mobile Black Spot Program."

The Budget papers confirm that funding for the Mobile Black Spot Program ceases in 2026/27, with zero dollars allocated for 2027/28.

Improving connectivity for people in both the bush shouldn’t be at the whim of the Albanese Government’s political strategy.

The Minister for Communications needs to explain why she is abolishing the Mobile Black Spot Program while failing to provide long-term funding for other mobile connectivity programs that so many Australians rely on.
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The Albanese Government has abolished the Mobile Black Spot Program and provided no ongoing funding for other key regional communications infrastructure programs.

Buried deep in the Budget papers, it states the funding for communications programs will fall, including:

“…the conclusion of the Mobile Black Spot Program.

The Budget papers confirm that funding for the Mobile Black Spot Program ceases in 2026/27, with zero dollars allocated for 2027/28.

Improving connectivity for people in both the bush shouldn’t be at the whim of the Albanese Government’s political strategy.

The Minister for Communications needs to explain why she is abolishing the Mobile Black Spot Program while failing to provide long-term funding for other mobile connectivity programs that so many Australians rely on.
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