More Local Jobs for Currumbin - LNP's 'Buy Local' Policy

26 Sep 2017 4:27 PMJann StuckeyJob Creation, Small Business, Manufacturing



More Local Jobs for Currumbin – LNP’s ‘Buy Local’ Policy


LNP’s ‘Buy Local’ to produce more local jobs

LNP’s ‘Buy Local’ gives true local businesses a real hand up to create more local jobs

Annastacia Palaszczuk and Labor are all talk and no action when it comes to ‘Buy Local’


A future Tim Nicholls-led Liberal National Party Government will introduce a...

Queensland a firm holiday favourite

17 Sep 2013 10:57 AMJann StuckeyTourism, Manufacturing

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Queensland remains a favourite holiday destination for Southerners according to new figures released today.

( )Minister for Tourism, Major Events, Small Business and the Commonwealth Games Jann Stuckey said Tourism Research Australia’s latest National Visitor Survey revealed more than 2.5 million interstate holidaymakers visited Queensland in the year to June...

Government again looking south for police boats

17 Feb 2012 2:33 PMJann StuckeyNews, Manufacturing

17 February 2012

The LNP’s Shadow Minister for Manufacturing and Small Business has accused the Bligh government of being all at sea over tenders for Queensland Police boats.

Despite Labor’s Manufacturing minister Jan Jarratt claiming that the Bligh government supported local boat-builders – she has confessed our police boats had been built by a company in Yamba NSW.

“The last time I...

Labor turns back on local boat-builders

17 Feb 2012 11:01 AMJann StuckeyNews, Manufacturing

17 February 2012

THE Bligh Labor government was shunning local Queensland boat-builders and set to award the contract for seven new police patrol boats to a New South Wales company.

LNP Shadow Minister for Tourism, Manufacturing and Small Business Jann Stuckey said the ‘green light’ to the company, on the NSW Central Coast, flew in the face of Labor’s ‘Local Participation Policy’ that was...

LNP calls for support for Boyne Smelting jobs

10 Feb 2012 11:44 AMJann StuckeyNews, Manufacturing

10 February 2012

LNP Shadow Minister for Manufacturing Jann Stuckey today called on the Bligh government to support local Queensland smelting jobs in the wake of concerns over the future of the Point Henry aluminium smelter at Geelong.

Ms Stuckey said local industries were facing unprecedented pressures from international competition, a high-riding dollar and increasingly costly...

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