Christmas is on its way and to celebrate the hard work of our local community groups, I’m running a special Christmas competition to reward their hard work.
Many sporting clubs around the South Burnett had been keen to know if the ‘Get In The Game’ funding program would be continuing.
In the first week of June I had the opportunity to attend CRT Farmfest, one of Queensland’s premier agricultural field days.
This year’s Federal Budget was brought down recently and there are several key initiatives in it which will really help small business owners, such as accelerated depreciation, tax cuts, reductions in red tape and wage subsidies.
As our community’s elected representative, honours are often given to Members of Parliament to officiate at major ceremonies and events. But no higher honour has been given to me in my three years in this role than being chosen to address the Anzac Day Dawn Service in Nanango.
What a great afternoon and evening I enjoyed with my family at the 106th Annual Nanango Show on Saturday, April 11.
For the last 13 years a group of about 15 local grazing enterprises has been meeting monthly to share knowledge and discuss issues facing the beef cattle sector.
I am extremely humbled to be returning to work this month as the Member For Nanango following the recent state election.
Last week in Parliament I was reminded again of the power of individuals and groups to help influence change for the betterment of the community.
It is a busy and exciting time of year for our high schools as they prepare our Year 12 seniors for their last few weeks of school.
Recently I had the real privilege of addressing the 2014 Queensland Country Women’s Association (QCWA) State Conference held in Ipswich.