28 Aug 2008 12:30 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

28 August 2008

Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey MP told State Parliament this week the Queensland Government was taking praise for Queensland’s Olympic medals while expecting Surf Life Saving Queensland and Swimming Queensland to survive on meagre handouts. 

Paying tribute to the achievements of Olympic kayaker and Gold Coast lifeguard Ken Wallace, Ms Stuckey said that the Government,...

Have Your Say on Neighbourhood Disputes

26 Aug 2008 11:57 AMJann StuckeyElectorate

26 August 2008

Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey announced that a review of the law of neighbourly relations is currently being undertaken by the Department of Justice and Attorney-General.

“The aim of this review is to find more efficient ways of assisting people to deal with neighbourhood disputes,” said Ms Stuckey.

“Options available for neighbours to resolve disputes can sometimes...

Queensland Health Drives Doctor Away

21 Aug 2008 12:33 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

21 August 2008

Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey has questioned the reasons behind the recent resignation of full-time oncologist Dr Hakan Bozcuk from the Gold Coast Hospital.

“A year ago the Labor Government promised two full-time oncologists for the busy oncology department at the Gold Coast Hospital, advertising internationally for these positions,” said Ms Stuckey

“Nine months after...

Springborg to Meet with Powerline Protestors in Palm Beach

19 Aug 2008 12:41 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

19 August 2008Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey MP will host a meeting of STOP (Overhead Powerlines) Action Group members and Queensland Opposition Leader, Lawrence Springborg at 4pm on Tuesday 19th August at her Palm Beach office.


Angry residents from the STOP Action Group representing areas affected by the powerline proposal will be able to put their case to Mr Springborg and seek his...


19 Aug 2008 12:37 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

19 August 2008

Jann Stuckey MP, Member for Currumbin, has once again questioned the Queensland Government’s  priority to provide cancer care for Gold Coast patients.

Some Gold Coast patients are being forced to travel to Brisbane for treatment following the resignation of the Gold Coast’s first full-time oncologist after only nine months in the job. 

“Promises by the Health Minister of...

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