Royalties Restored for Gregory under LNP

  • LNP Government to restore $495 million Royalties for Regions program
  • Royalties for Regions was replaced with a smaller, shorter and narrower program by Palaszczuk Labor Government
  • Labor is slashing $3.6 billion in capital purchases, with regional QLD feeling the brunt
  • LNP Government will restore jobs and confidence to rural and regional QLD
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Millar : Please Send Labor a Message on Vegetation Management

  • LNP and agriculture groups stand together against Labor’s vegetation management reforms
  • Petition launched for Gregory community to speak out and have say
  • Palaszczuk Labor Government’s aggressive reforms set to cripple agriculture in Gregory
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Minister provides no certainty for Local Management Area Boards

Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar has expressed concern at the Palaszczuk Government’s response to a question he raised regarding the separation payment to be made to the Emerald Local Management Area Board when it assumes responsibility for the management of the Emerald Irrigation Area channels.

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CQ Needs Urgent Funds

Low business confidence and high unemployment in central and western Queensland must be urgently addressed, according to the Member for Gregory, Lachlan Millar.

Mr Millar told Parliament yesterday that while January saw record coal exports and a substantial rise in the exports of beef and crops, CQ was struggling.

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Minister gives Assurances on Alpha Hospital

Queensland Health Minister Cameron Dick has given the Member for Gregory assurances that he will investigate the concerns raised by the Alpha Fire and Emergency Services captain John Mahon that the new fire station will be unfit for use.

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Millar Votes to Uphold Vegetation Management Framework

Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar this week voted to protect Queensland’s existing vegetation management framework and maintain the hard-won property and development opportunities of landholders.

Mr Millar said despite the Palaszczuk Labor Government’s opposition to the motion, common sense had prevailed.

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Wild Dog Inquiry Closes Soon

People wanting to have a say on wild dog fencing have until February 29 to make a submission to Queensland Parliament’s Agriculture and Environment Committee.

Local Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar is urging those with expertise, experience and a personal stake in the issue of wild dog fencing to have a say

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MP Welcomes Regional Road Plan

Welcoming the launch of the Inland Queensland Roads Action Plan (IQ-RAP) today, Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar said the failure to adequately fund the maintenance and improvement of Queensland’s regional road network was highlighted by a report at the end of 2015 showing that the vast majority of road fatalities happen in regional Queensland.

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Calling Young Parliamentarians

Nominations for the 2016 Queensland Youth Parliament are now open and Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar is hoping an enthusiastic Youth Member will nominate to represent Gregory.

“Participants do not have to know anything about politics, but they will learn a lot about writing, public speaking and debate, teamwork and how parliament works,” said Mr Millar.

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CQ Unemployment In Crisis

The Palaszczuk Government should extend its Townsville job-creation response to Central Queensland where unemployment is crippling economies and threatening to become entrenched, according to Member for Gregory Lachlan Millar MP.

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