Former Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss should be more relaxed now now as it’s just over two months since he retired as Member for Wide Bay.
Former Deputy PM Warren Truss and his wife Lyn have been awarded life membership of the LNP
Member for Wide Bay and former Deputy PM Warren Truss farewelled Federal Parliament last week
Castra Residential Aged Care Facility in Murgon will receive $14,157 from the Federal Government to provide extra car parking under the Government’s Stronger Communities Program.
Kilkivan police officer-in-charge – and LNP Vice-President – Llew O’Brien has won pre-selection for the Federal seat of Wide Bay.
The Desert Pea will be returning to the South Burnett later this month, this time parking itself at Cherbourg.
Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss says thousands of truck owners and operators face ruin with the implementation of a Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal order which fixes higher freight rates for owner operators.
Retiring Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss will begin distributing his last “Wide Bay Community Survey” this weekend.
“I came from a small farming district … and I had the privilege to become Deputy PM”
Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss is tipped to announce his retirement on Thursday
Acting Prime Minister – and Member for Wide Bay – Warren Truss has suggested the ABC should start providing regional TV services as well as radio broadcasts as part of a shake-up to media ownership regulations.
Applications are now open for local community safety and crime prevention initiatives under Round 2 of the Federal Government’s Safer Streets Program.
The office of the Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss has indicated the Deputy PM plans to re-contest the seat at the next Federal poll, despite suggestions to the contrary last night and today by the ABC.
The Federal Government’s latest round of funding for Men’s Sheds is now open.
Murgon Orcas swimming club’s 2014-15 Swimmer of the Year, James Hadley, has been awarded funding under the latest round of the Federal Government’s Local Sporting Champions program.
The LNP has opened nominations for candidates for the next Federal Election in the three seats that cross the South Burnett.
Deputy Prime Minister and Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss says four South Burnett schools in his electorate have signed up to be a part of the Federal Government’s new “Sporting Schools” initiative.
Federal Member for Wide Bay, Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss, says a guide explaining the range of benefits available to former servicemen and women is now available from his electorate office.
The Federal Government’s “Stronger Communities Program” is making $150,000 available in every Federal electorate in 2015-16 and 2016-17 to fund small capital works projects to benefit the local community.
Member for Wide Bay and Deputy Prime Minister Warren Truss says the Federal Government has made a major commitment to rural areas by doubling Roads To Recovery funding for local councils.
Current and former colleagues of Deputy Prime Minister and Member for Wide Bay Warren Truss and Deputy Speaker and Member for Maranoa Bruce Scott gathered recently in Canberra to mark a significant milestone for the two Federal MPs.
Current job agencies in the South Burnett have been snubbed by the Federal Government’s new $5.1 billion “jobactive” job search scheme – with employers only getting 90 minutes’ notice on Tuesday to break the news to staff that their jobs would be winding up.
South Burnett community groups have been invited to apply for funding from the 2015 round of the Federal Government’s Community Heritage Grants program.
Regional artists have been invited to apply for Federal Government funding of up up to $30,000 to gain professional skills either in Australian or abroard.