Colin Boyce MP

Taking Flynn Forward

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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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15 hours ago
Colin Boyce MP

The Albanese Labor Government’s Roads to Recovery funding distribution is leaving regional councils behind as they struggle to address the ever-growing road maintenance task.

All councils should receive an increase in Roads to Recovery funding, but unfortunately the Banana Shire Council, North Burnett Regional Council and South Burnett Regional Council will be disadvantaged compared to more prosperous capital city councils.

While any increase is welcome news, the fact the Banana Shire Council, North Burnett Regional Council and South Burnett Regional Council is only receiving an increase of 46.7 per cent, well below the average increase of 65 per cent, and far below the 76 per cent being received by Brisbane City Council is surprising and is exacerbating rural, regional and remote disadvantage.

I encourage residents to submit their views about local roads that need attention through the survey available at www.research.net/r/2HRHBV9. The survey will be open until 5pm, 30 August 2024.
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The Albanese Labor Government’s Roads to Recovery funding distribution is leaving regional councils behind as they struggle to address the ever-growing road maintenance task. 

All councils should receive an increase in Roads to Recovery funding, but unfortunately the Banana Shire Council, North Burnett Regional Council and South Burnett Regional Council will be disadvantaged compared to more prosperous capital city councils. 

While any increase is welcome news, the fact the Banana Shire Council, North Burnett Regional Council and South Burnett Regional Council is only receiving an increase of 46.7 per cent, well below the average increase of 65 per cent, and far below the 76 per cent being received by Brisbane City Council is surprising and is exacerbating rural, regional and remote disadvantage.

I encourage residents to submit their views about local roads that need attention through the survey available at https://www.research.net/r/2HRHBV9. The survey will be open until 5pm, 30 August 2024.
1 day ago
Colin Boyce MP

Labor’s new mandatory emissions reporting means farmers will have to disclose their emissions profiles to the likes of supermarkets and banks.

This will add $2.3 billion in extra costs for farmers. It will ultimately be passed onto the consumer and will mean you’ll pay more at the checkout.
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Labor’s new mandatory emissions reporting means farmers will have to disclose their emissions profiles to the likes of supermarkets and banks.

This will add $2.3 billion in extra costs for farmers. It will ultimately be passed onto the consumer and will mean you’ll pay more at the checkout.
2 days ago
Colin Boyce MP

Good luck to Gladstone region athletes Peyton and Natalya who will competing in the 2024 Olympics in Paris later this month! ... See MoreSee Less

Good luck to Gladstone region athletes Peyton and Natalya who will competing in the 2024 Olympics in Paris later this month!
2 days ago
Colin Boyce MP

Congratulations to the Gladstone RSL Sub Branch who have been successful in receiving $14,814.97 under the Federal Government's Building Excellence in Support and Training Grant.

Through the BEST grants program, the Federal Government helps ex-service organisations (ESOs) in providing compensation and wellbeing advocacy, and wellbeing support to veterans and their families seeking compensation and other assistance.
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Congratulations to the Gladstone RSL Sub Branch who have been successful in receiving $14,814.97 under the Federal Governments Building Excellence in Support and Training Grant. 

Through the BEST grants program, the Federal Government helps ex-service organisations (ESOs) in providing compensation and wellbeing advocacy, and wellbeing support to veterans and their families seeking compensation and other assistance.
3 days ago
Colin Boyce MP

Today I came across a children’s book at a local kindy called “Where is the Green Sheep?”

The same could be said about the Australian Greens who have gone missing as mass scale renewable projects destroy untouched pristine forestry including koala, sugar glider, and bird habitat. 🤷‍♂️
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Today I came across a children’s book at a local kindy called “Where is the Green Sheep?”

The same could be said about the Australian Greens who have gone missing as mass scale renewable projects destroy untouched pristine forestry including koala, sugar glider, and bird habitat. 🤷‍♂️
3 days ago
Colin Boyce MP

🔵🟡 Blackwater - Mobile Office 🔵🟡

Team Boyce will be having a mobile office with Sean Dillon - LNP for Gregory in Blackwater on Sunday, July 14 from 9am-12pm at the Blackwater QCWA Christmas in July Markets.

Come and say g'day!
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🔵🟡 Blackwater - Mobile Office 🔵🟡

Team Boyce will be having a mobile office with Sean Dillon - LNP for Gregory in Blackwater on Sunday, July 14 from 9am-12pm at the Blackwater QCWA Christmas in July Markets.

Come and say gday!
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