Currumbin Electorate Supports Survey

31 Jul 2008 10:59 AMJann StuckeyElectorate

31 July 2008Currumbin MP Jann Stuckey, a strong advocate for community consultation has applauded the voting public in her electorate for their high participation in a recent survey about local and state Government issues.“In early July this year I sent personalised mail to everyone on the electoral roll in Currumbin (approx 30,000) asking people to prioritise items from a list of ten issues of...

No Boyd Street Interchange for 20 Years

15 Jul 2008 2:07 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

15 July 2008

A response to a petition tabled in the Queensland Parliament by Jann Stuckey MP, Member for Currumbin, for an interchange at Boyd Street, Tugun offers no changes for 20 years.

“The petition containing almost 500 signatures was tabled in Parliament on April 16, as a result of the Queensland Government’s decision to drop the construction of an interchange at Boyd Street, Tugun...


15 Jul 2008 2:03 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

15 July 2008

Fix Currumbin Creek Committee has celebrated its fifth anniversary but still has a major battle on its hands.

Committee chairperson Brad Smith said while the group had some wins and losses during the past five years, its biggest campaign is to prevent the Currumbin Bar from completely sanding over.

“The bar at present is the worse we have seen”, he said.

His comments were...

Police Keep Watch on Bridge Jumping

15 Jul 2008 12:57 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

15 July 2008

Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey MP, has finally received a response from the Police Minister to a petition tabled in Parliament on April 15 in relation to the need for laws or provisions to combat the jumping from Gold Coast bridges into its waterways.

“The petition called on the Government to provide relevant means to enforce the safe use of waterways and to urgently...

Bullying Escalates While Government Passes Buck

8 Jul 2008 3:48 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

8 July 2008Jann Stuckey, Member for Currumbin is once again calling on the Queensland Government to stop passing the buck and urgently address the increasing incidence of bullying and truancy on the Gold Coast.“Recent reports disclosed the fact that more than 14,000 students were suspended for ‘physical misconduct’ in 2006-07, an increase of a disturbing 15 per cent since 2005-06*,” Ms Stuckey...

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