Calls For Cluster Fencing Ignored in State Budget

Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar, is disappointed that Western Queensland graziers have been ignored in the 2018 State Budget.

Mr Millar said that, while Round 1 and Round 2 of the cluster fencing is being rolled out , vital connecting fences are needed, and graziers have been left wanting.

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Gregory MP Declares Budget “All Talk, No Action for Rural Queensland”

Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar, has declared the 2018 State Budget “All Talk, No Action for Rural Queensland”, with no new health, school, road or agriculture funding announced in the Budget handed down on Tuesday.

Mr Millar states that this budget backs Brisbane but does nothing to support those in Rural Queensland.

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Barcaldine Residents Need Not Fear Ergon Mistake

Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar, is reassuring graziers in the Barcaldine Regional Council area, after a mistaken email was sent from Ergon Energy.

Emails were sent from Ergon Energy to local landholders on Monday, informing them that “We’ve received confirmation from the Queensland Government Department of Agriculture and Fisheries that the drought declaration for your property or area was revoked on 17 May 2018.” and “that from this date you are no longer eligible for the Queensland Government’s Drought Relief from Electricity Charges scheme.”

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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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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.

 

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Western Queenslanders Share Their Thoughts On Cyber Bullying

More than 30 passionate teachers, community advocates and parents attended the Longreach Anti Cyberbullying Roundtable, hosted by the Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar on Friday 25 May.

 

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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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