Frontline Child Safety Staff

29 Dec 2008 3:29 PMJann StuckeyChild Safety Portfolio

The State Opposition is calling for more support and better training for frontline child safety staff in the wake of new reports of a mass exodus of staff.LNP Shadow Child Safety Minister Jann Stuckey said she was not surprised the Department’s staff turnover rate was five times higher than the overall public service rate as she had obtained similar information through questioning in...

Labor Ends Waterwise Rebate Schemes Early

17 Dec 2008 11:16 AMJann StuckeyElectorate

17 December 2008Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey, says that the State Government has cheated Queenslanders by bringing forward the cut off date for the Home and Garden Waterwise Rebate Scheme from June 2009 to 31st December 2008.The Scheme was meant to assist Queenslanders who installed rainwater tanks, water efficient washing machines and shower heads, dual flush toilet suites, grey water...

Q150 top icon wanted for Currumbin

17 Dec 2008 11:11 AMJann StuckeyElectorate

17 December 2008

The State Government is celebrating 150 years of Queensland’s independence next year and is calling for nominations for icons in each electorate.

Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey, says Currumbin is blessed with places, people and stories within the electorate for people to choose to nominate.

‘In selecting these icons residents are asked to consider those that help...

Currumbin electorate receives $21 500 worth of funding

12 Dec 2008 2:56 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

12 December 2008

Three groups in the Currumbin electorate will benefit from the most recent round of Q150 funding grants. Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey says a total of $21 500 has gone into restoring local icons and assisting with cultural events.

‘What a wonderful surprise for the recipients of the grants, especially just before Christmas’, said Mrs Stuckey.

‘Q150 celebrates the...

SPRINGBORG TO SEE RESULTS OF TWEED SAND BYPASS

12 Dec 2008 11:23 AMJann StuckeyElectorate

12 December 2008

Opposition Leader Lawrence Springborg MP will learn first-hand tomorrow afternoon the effects of the Tweed sand bypass on Kirra beach. 

Currumbin MP Jann Stuckey has organised a meeting between Mr Springborg and local stakeholders at Kirra to express their frustration at deteriorating beach conditions.

The meeting is to be held at 1.30 pm Saturday, December 13 near the...

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