Labor’s Repeal of Bikie Laws a Threat to Tourism

30 Mar 2016 1:54 PM

Tourism is the bread and butter for the sunshine state of Queensland and recent figures show the industry is booming, but Labor’s threats to repeal the LNP’s tough bikie (VLAD) laws could burst the tourism bubble.

Shadow Tourism Minister and member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey says Labor’s Taskforce is due to hand its report to the Attorney-General on March 31 and police, community and...

Shadow Minister takes hands-on approach towards local tourism industry

21 Jan 2016 1:38 PM,

Shadow Minister for Tourism, Major Events, Sport and Racing Jann Stuckey this week paid her second visit to Toowoomba in a matter of months to consult with the Member for Toowoomba North and local Councillors on our local tourism industry.

Trevor Watts and local Councillors’ Geoff McDonald and Nancy Sommerfield met with Ms Stuckey at the Toowoomba Railway Station to discuss Toowoomba’s...

Queensland tourism operators shine at 2015 awards

14 Nov 2015 11:15 AM,

Shadow Minister for Tourism Jann Stuckey congratulated the Queensland tourism industry as she joined hundreds of the best and brightest shining lights at the 2015 Queensland Tourism and Industry Council’s (QTIC) awards last night.

“These awards encourage every nominee to analyse their business operations and take extra pride in their product or service,” Ms Stuckey said.

“The experienced...

Labor must commit to tourism funding for RTOs

12 Nov 2015 11:03 AM,

Regional Tourism Organisations (RTO) have been left in limbo by the Palaszczuk Labor Government after Tourism Minister Kate Jones repeatedly refused to commit to future funding.

Today in Parliament, the Shadow Minister for Tourism Jann Stuckey demanded Minister Jones give assurances that funding for RTOs will remain at 2014-15 levels and is secure for the next four years.

Ms Stuckey said...

Labor closes Queensland for business

28 Oct 2015 11:07 AM,

The Palaszczuk Labor Government has been left red-faced after it was revealed that a phone number listed on its Tourism Investment Attraction Unit (TIAU) website had been disconnected for months.

Minister Kate Jones only became aware of the embarrassing blunder after Shadow Tourism Minister Jann Stuckey questioned her about it in Parliament yesterday.

Ms Jones subsequently asked her...

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