Cost of Living Blowout

The Treasurer has given up on cost of living relief for Queenslanders and can’t be trusted.

It is extraordinary that the Treasurer would increase car registration and then try and tell Queenslanders it is actually falling.

Cameron Dick is taking Queenslanders for a ride on this one.

He’s completely divorced from the real world.

It’s obvious the impending State Budget is under serious pressure and Cameron Dick only cares about his own bottom line instead of Queensland household budgets. 

The Palaszczuk Government’s budget record is one of hollow log raids, higher taxes and accounting trickery.

The government fails to understand the plight of Queensland families whether it’s ballooning valuations on flooded properties or paying rego on their car.

Queensland households are facing a triple whammy of natural disasters, rising prices for necessities and housing availability and affordability challenges – and now he’s increasing taxes too.

Most disturbingly, they have a state government that doesn’t seek to provide assistance with any of them.

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State News

Where is the critical Youth Justice legislation?

In a call for transparency and public involvement, the opposition has demanded that the Palaszczuk Government reveal its plans for the Youth Justice legislation in Queensland. The government has been talking about its proposals since December, but the specifics have remained under wraps, causing concerns among the public.

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State News

Queensland’s stolen cars shame

Queensland’s crime crisis is breaking unwanted records, as pressure grows on the Palaszczuk Government to recall Parliament early to address the unfolding stolen car epidemic.

The latest police statistics have revealed December 2022 was the worst December on record for stolen cars, across Queensland.

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State News

Queensland’s social housing shame unveiled

The Opposition is demanding the Queensland Government explain why it has spent less on social housing than any other State or Territory, for the second year in a row, this is truly Queensland’s social housing shame.

The damning findings were revealed in a Productivity Commission report this week.

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