Financial assistance for businesses affected by TC Debbie

A range of financial assistance payments are available for eligible primary producers, small businesses and non-profit organisations who were affected by Tropical Cyclone Debbie and associated rainfall and flooding earlier this month, Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar said today.

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Infrastructure Funding for Central West Communities

Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar is pleased to announce the Central West region will benefit from $1.44 million in funding under the Building Our Regions program for three infrastructure projects that will create jobs and deliver a timely boost to the local economy.   

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Member Secures Farm Debt Reconstruction Office

The LNP has delivered milestone changes that will help struggling farmers facing debt with key amendments to see the introduction of a new Farm Debt Restructure Office in Queensland.

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Local MP Questions Western Airfares

  • Longreach to Auckland cheaper than Longreach to Brisbane
  • Member questions outcome of the Qld Department of Transport Aviation contracts at Blackall, Barcaldine and Longreach airports.
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Local MP Congratulates LSHS Class of 2016

Longreach State High School has much to be proud of achieving 63 per cent of its eligible students receiving an OP 1 to 5 in 2016 said Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar MP.

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Palaszczuk Proposals Threaten Queensland Stock Routes

  • Iconic Rural Infrastructure threatened by Government Proposals
  • Palaszczuk Government aims to flick financial responsibility to Councils
  • New Bill will either wreck Queensland’s stock routes or threaten the financial viability of western councils
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LNP stands up for domestic violence victims in Gregory

This week the LNP Opposition will introduce tough new laws to State Parliament to tackle the growing scourge of domestic violence in Gregory and across the state.

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Have your Say on the Great Artesian Basin Changes

  • Proposed Changes to Great Artesian Basin Management Plan open for public comment
  • Submissions Close April 17, 2017
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FIFO Recruitment Drive "Suprising"

Media reports that BHP has struggled for months to recruit locally for 270 jobs at its Peak Downs and Saraji Mines have surprised local MP Lachlan Millar and he says the feeling is widespread.

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Labor's Infrastructure Drought Hits Jobs

  • Agriculture is paying Queensland’s bills but Government won’t invest
  • Water and transport infrastructure upgrades desperately needed
  • Boost productivity to create real jobs says local MP
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