It’s time to BEEF UP the BEEF ROAD

State and Federal MPs have joined forces to investigate and identify safety trouble spots along the notorious Fitzroy Developmental Road between Dingo and Nebo.

Federal Members for Capricornia and Flynn, Michelle Landry and Ken O’Dowd, and State Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar, have toured the ‘Beef Road’, stopping to inspect sites of recent serious and near-fatal accidents.

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Rail Fail Continues In The Bush

Cattle transport is off the rails and graziers throughout Western Queensland are at their wits end, according to the Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar.

On the back of the State Government’s announcement of a trial for the attempted repairs to the Chinese-made cattle crates, Mr Millar is concerned at the time taken to get these crates back on the rails

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Locals Have Their Say At Anti Cyberbullying Roundtable

More than 30 passionate teachers, community advocates and parents attended the Longreach Anti Cyberbullying Roundtable, hosted by the Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar.

The Roundtable, which is held in conjunction with the Premier’s Anti Cyberbullying Taskforce, discussed the issues facing Western Queensland young people.

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Vegetation Management Laws

Labor’s new vegetation management laws will have immediate and considerable impacts for farmers and graziers across Central Queensland.

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May Tambo Whisperer contribution

Tambo Mill Opening

It was fantastic to attend the opening of the recently upgraded Tambo Sawmill last month.

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Labor’s cattle rail fail continues

Queensland cattle producers are continuing to pay the price for the Palaszczuk Government’s gross mismanagement of problems with the state’s livestock crates.

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Round 95 Gambling Community Benefit Fund Receipts Announced

LNP Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar is pleased to announce that 16 sporting and community clubs from Central and Western Queensland will benefit from over $283,000 in funding under Round 95 of Queensland's Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF).

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Labor's Proposed Vegetation Management Legislation will Stop Agriculture in its Tracks

LNP Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar has vowed to stand by Queensland’s farmers and graziers, after the Labor Party introduced new vegetation management legislation into Queensland Parliament yesterday that will strip away property rights.

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Central Highlands Sporting and Community Groups Receive $215,000 from GCBF

LNP Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar is pleased to announce that eight sporting and community clubs from the Central Highlands will benefit from almost $215,000 in funding under Round 94 of Queensland’s Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF).

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More Rail Fail as Labor’s Chinese Cattle Crates Disintegrate

The Palaszczuk Labor Government’s decision to use Chinese-made cattle crates on regional Queensland rail services has been shunted following a raft of poor build and safety issues.

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