Palaszczuk Government’s staggering $3 billion waste

The Palaszczuk Government’s extraordinary incompetence has been exposed with Estimates revealing an extra $3 billion of taxpayers’ money has been wasted.

This proves this third-term Labor government is losing control of spending in Queensland.

This money could have built two hospitals including Toowoomba’s Hospital Redevelopment bringing with it 27% more beds, and employing thousands of nurses in the middle of a health crisis.

It is clear the Palaszczuk Government consistently chooses politics and secrecy over people and transparency.

The list compiled from just the last two weeks is extraordinary:

🗑💸 Wellcamp cost Queenslanders at least $220 million

👷‍♀️👷 A $2 million advertising strategy produced 2 tradies

🐨 🎢 Millions of dollars allocated to a Koala Lab was put into a new rollercoaster

📝 🛑 Taxpayer money is being used to stop a report about Jackie Trad from being made public

🏚 📑 30 complaints have been made to the CCC regarding the QBCC

⚡️ 🧾 Government never told energy retailers to provide power bill rebate

💰 🚉 Cross River Rail has blown out to $8 billion

💻 🔺 Energy sector’s IT upgrade has blown out by $186 million

🚑 📈 Ambulance ramping has hit a new level at 45%

🤕 🔁 Ambulance bypass is back

🎯 😶‍🌫️ They scrap targets to cover up woeful performance

🏥 ⏰ Satellite Hospitals are delayed and over budget

🧑‍🏫 👎 They have failed to deliver on the promise to employ 6,000 teachers

👮‍♀️ 🚔 Police numbers have failed to keep pace with population growth

🏡 ⏳ It will take 25 years to deliver on the social housing promise

🚨 ⬆️ Almost $1 million was spent on the Caloundra Youth Jail before the project was cancelled

💵 👨‍💼 Government trying to recoup $4 million of small business grants made in error Queenslanders deserve so much better than this.

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