Today, the Government has finally accepted the Coalition’s advice to include nickel in the critical minerals list. Senator Susan McDonald, Shadow Minister for Resources, has highlighted that despite calling for nickel to be included in the Critical Minerals List in June last year, it has taken Labor an unfolding crisis to act.
Growing Queensland for You
To grow Queensland, we need a robust economy, with strong mining and agriculture, sensible regulation, lower taxes, great roads, targeted government policies and investment, and more well-paid jobs.
As a representative of all Queenslanders, a large part of my role is reminding governments that a healthy Queensland makes for a strong Australia.
As part of Northern Australia, Queensland – especially regional, rural and remote parts – has a major role to play in defence, tourism and meeting the world’s need for our resources.
That is why I am focused on growing Queensland for you.
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Calls for the Departmental review into the Environmental Defenders Office (EDO) to be expanded into a comprehensive investigation and for the next multi-million dollar payment to be cut have been turbocharged by Coalition Senators after more revelations over the mishandling of the $8.3 million grant were exposed at Senate Estimates.
Only a Coalition Government will hold the Environmental Defenders Office (EDO) accountable by ceasing the $8.3 million in Government handouts introduced by Labor.