Welcoming Hunter Street Bakery to Karana Downs!

On the offiical Grand Opening of Hunter Street Bakery at Karana Downs, it was a pleasure to visit Sunny and the team and welcome them to our local community. There’s no doubt that supporting small businesses and local jobs is vital for our economy and local community, which is why it is so terrific that…

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Labor’s Schooling Chaos

Queenslanders give Labor a lesson. Labor has been delivered a brutal lesson today, Queenslanders do not trust this Government with their children’s education. In an extraordinary development, Labor has been forced to withdraw its controversial education legislation. This is an embarrassing debacle for Labor. Labor has descended into a government in chaos and crisis which…

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Labor’s Failing Grade on Teacher Numbers

While teachers march out the door, Labor backpedals on promise.   Shocking revelations Queensland is losing more teachers than it recruits is a damning indictment on the Palaszczuk-Miles Labor Government. At the last election, Labor promised to deliver 6,190 new teachers and 1,139 new teacher aides over the next four years. That promise was on…

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Celebrating Pullenvale State School’s 150th Anniversary

Congratulations to all past and present students, parents, teachers, and school staff on the wonderful occasion of Pullenvale State School’s 150th Anniversary. To recognise and celebrate this special event, on Saturday the 16th of March 2024 – 150 years to the day that students first arrived at Pullenvale State School  a very special commemorative ceremony…

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Labor fails to graduate school plan

Year 12 completion rates plummet under Labor.   Alarming new Australian Bureau of Statistics data has exposed Queensland’s Year 12 completion rates have plummeted under the Queensland Labor Government. Shockingly, just 73% of students are completing Year 12, down from 85% since Labor came to government in 2015. The longer Labor is in government, the…

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Back to School

As students across Queensland return to school this week, I would like to take this opportunity to wish our students, parents, teachers and staff all the very best for 2024. I would particularly like to wish our newest ‘Preppies’ and their families a wonderful start as they commence their school journey. Whilst this is an…

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116% INCREASE IN STOLEN CARS

Queensland endures worst year on record. Shocking new figures released by the Queensland Police Service have revealed Queensland’s Crime Crisis has careered further out of control in 2023 due to Labor’s weak laws and falling police numbers. The data reported 20,211 cars were stolen last year, up from 19,262 in 2022. It is the first…

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

I’d like to wish everyone across the Moggill Electorate a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year The Moggill Electorate Office closes from Friday 22 December 2023, and reopens on Monday 8 January 2024. Emails and messages will be checked periodically during this time. You may also wish to check our local list of…

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Help Protect Our Schools These Holidays

With the 2023/24 school holidays now upon us, residents are being urged to keep a close watch on their local schools over the summer break, and report any suspicious activity at our schools. Empty schools can become easy targets for vandals and criminals, with the risk of unlawful entry, arson, stealing, graffiti and property damage…

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