Since the coronavirus pandemic started several months ago, my staff and I have spoken to many, many people across the electorate.
During this coronavirus health crisis, people are rightfully worried about their jobs and their loved ones.
I share the community’s grief over the recent tragic death of Hannah Clarke and her three young children Aaliyah, Laianah, and Trey.
Ten South Burnett community groups who have been successful in the latest round of Gambling Community Benefit Fund grants.
We all know how precious water is – especially right now when more than 66 per cent of Queensland is in drought.
How good is Yarraman – a town that fought for common sense and won!
Meet our 2019 Youth Member for Nanango – Natalia Hutchison.
It was an honour to be a part of the Kingaroy’s Anzac Day commemorations this year.
After being contacted by concerned community members across the South Burnett, I have submitted a Question on Notice to the Minister for Police, Mark Ryan, about police staffing levels in our region.
The LNP has called on the Palaszczuk Labor Government to implement retail competition in regional Queensland in light of the recent findings by the Queensland Competition Authority.
As we approach the festive season and the New Year, I would like to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas and health, happiness and prosperity for 2019.
There are many State Government managed roads around the South Burnett which need urgent upgrades, but I know many local residents would agree with me that one of the most desperate is the Maidenwell-Bunya Mountains Road.
The past few weeks have seen our region hit by serious bushfires and intense storm cells.
It was an honour to officially open the 25th Annual QRRRWN State Conference in Kingaroy last week and welcome more than 150 rural women to our region for this event.
It is wonderful to see the Year 4 and 5 students of Blackbutt State School have finally got a new classroom.
I am cautiously optimistic following the announcement by the Sunshine Coast Hospital and Health Service that they will deliver community health services to Kilkivan and Goomeri.
I was proud to speak in Parliament this month about how Labor’s proposed changes to Vegetation Management Laws will hurt primary producers.
There was an excellent turn out for the Nanango Races over the Easter long weekend, which also celebrated the 50th anniversary of the resumption of racing at Lee Park.
As many of you will have already heard, last week the Labor Government reintroduced their vegetation management laws.
In the past few months I’ve been approached by several constituents who told me they had waited up to 12 weeks to have their Patient Travel Subsidy claims processed.