Statement on BOQ Emerald Branch closure

LNP Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar is disappointed by Bank of Queensland’s recent announcement that it will close its Emerald Branch on October 19.

According to Bank of Queensland, their decision reflects the way customers are now choosing to bank.

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Power price pain worsens in Central and Western Queensland

Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar has warned Central and Western Queensland residents are being ripped off by a Brisbane-centric Labor Government.

“Labor’s joint venture between the state-owned generator CS Energy and private retailer Alinta Energy, announced over the weekend, is expected to save households $350 – but only if you live in South-East Queensland,” Mr Millar said.

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Labor confirms plans to scrap existing tree-clearing laws

LNP Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar is appalled by the Palaszczuk Labor Government’s commitment last week, to reintroducing their senseless vegetation management laws.

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ANZ Branch closure at Springsure

LNP Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar is bitterly disappointed with the ANZ Bank’s recent decision to close its Springsure Branch on Wednesday September 27.

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Miles from nowhere on plan for Acacia

Environment Minister Steven Miles confirmed he has no plans to deal with the looming environmental disaster of Prickly Acacia invading Queensland’s iconic Channel Country and the Lake Eyre Basin.

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Budget 2017-18: Regions savaged to fund Cross River Rail

LNP Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar said he was bitterly disappointed with the Palaszczuk Labor Government’s 2017-18 Budget yesterday.

“Yesterday’s budget confirms the Palaszczuk Labor Government has no real plan for Regional Queensland,” Mr Millar said.

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Labor abandoning Regional Queensland patients

Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar is outraged the city-centric Palaszczuk Labor Government has scrapped increased funding to the Patient Travel Subsidy Scheme, which was introduced by the former LNP Government in 2012.

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Regional Freight Services Failure

“It doesn’t take a Harvard educated lawyer to figure out what’s going on here.

The state of current services suggests Aurizon has no interest in delivering regional freight services beyond the expiry date of their existing contract in December.

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$8 million secured for Great Artesian Basin infrastructure upgrades

Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar is pleased to see an additional $8 million committed by the Federal Government today, to the continuation of Great Artesian Basin infrastructure upgrades for two years to 2018-19.

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Long Distance Passenger Review

“I am disappointed for the people of Western Queensland. While the Palaszczuk Government drags its feet on yet another review, the people of Western Queensland continue to pay up to $500 for a one way flight to Brisbane. The Palaszczuk Government has a responsibility to ensure residents in rural and regional communities can access essential services in major city centres without it breaking the bank.

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