NSW child abuse inquiry should be wake-up for QLD

25 Nov 2008 3:47 PMJann StuckeyChild Safety Portfolio

Findings of a 12-month inquiry into Child Protection Services in New South Wales should be a wake up call for Queensland, the LNP said today.LNP child safety spokeswoman Jann Stuckey said one of the key recommendations of the NSW inquiry was the provision of flexible prevention and early intervention services.“The LNP have been advocating for these very services for some time now as...

Stuckey says Co-operation key to Cross Border issues

25 Nov 2008 2:52 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

25 November 2008

Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey, met with Tweed MP, Geoff Provest and both the QLD and NSW Opposition leaders last week to discuss ways to remedy a range of cross border issues. 

“Labor governments in QLD and NSW have repeatedly ignored resident’s concerns in the areas of health, education, small business, public transport and law and order that affect those who live...

ABC collapse holds child safety concerns

19 Nov 2008 3:50 PMJann StuckeyChild Safety Portfolio

The ABC child care collapse was a critical issue for working families which deserved the immediate attention of the Bligh government, the State Opposition said today.

LNP child safety spokeswoman Jann Stuckey said tens of thousands of Queensland working families were affected by the collapse of the group and many remained very worried about the care of their children beyond ...

Jann Stuckey Welcomes Opening of New Transport Office

19 Nov 2008 12:26 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

19 November 2008

Since the closure of The Pines Queensland Transport office ten months ago, residents have been inconvenienced considerably by having to travel to Burleigh

With the opening of the new transport office on Currumbin Creek Road, Currumbin Waters, residents on the southern Gold Coast will be able to access a modern, stream-lined facility closer to home.

Member for Currumbin...

Stuckey Calls on Government to Fund Research Program at Currumbin Estuary

19 Nov 2008 12:14 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

19 November 2008

Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey stepped up the call to the Bligh Government to accept responsibility for chronic sand siltation at Currumbin Estuary.

In Parliament last Thursday Ms Stuckey said “Now, some eight years since the Tweed Sand Bypass system commenced and after approximately that number of million cubic metres of sand has been pumped out, this Bligh Labor...

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