Qld worst for repeat child abuse

30 Jan 2009 3:21 PMJann StuckeyChild Safety Portfolio

Queensland had Australia’s highest rate of repeat child abuse cases and the highest rate of children placed under protection orders, the State Opposition revealed today.LNP child safety spokeswoman Jann Stuckey said despite Labor’s 2004 election promise to tackle child abuse, little if anything had improved, and on many key indicators the situation was a whole lot worse, as detailed in the...

Stuckey Brings CWS Sponsor Back to the Table

27 Jan 2009 12:47 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

27 January 2009

Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey, a vocal supporter of the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, has encouraged a former potential sponsor back to the negotiation table today, one year after popular CEO Michelle Monsour’s contract was not renewed.

“Worldtourism CEO Paul Whitehead was one of the sponsors who pulled out of negotiations with the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary as a...

Adoption plan flawed

20 Jan 2009 3:23 PMJann StuckeyChild Safety Portfolio

Labor’s plans to increase adoption of abused children was a “quick-fix” solution to mask its systemic failure to properly fund early intervention and family support programs, the State Opposition said today.

LNP child safety spokeswoman Jann Stuckey said the Bligh government and Minister Keech could not explain why less than $30 million of the near-$600 million spent last year...

Tugun Bypass Woes Deserve Attention

16 Jan 2009 12:49 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

16 January 2009Recent further vandalism of the Tugun Bypass has the member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey, calling for alternative solutions to the glass panels.‘Despite the successful completion of the long awaited Tugun Bypass, residents are now being faced with more costs for repairs due to the poor planning by the Bligh government’, said Ms Stuckey.

 

‘Less than a year after the completion of...

Residents Deserve Truth about Tugun Desalination plant

14 Jan 2009 2:16 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

14 January 2009

Ongoing delays with the Tugun Desalination plant opening are a slap in the face for the residents of the southern Gold Coast and in particular those who live in the Tugun area says member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey.

‘Recent news that faulty pipes and water valves along with signs of corrosion will prevent operation of the plant to supply water highlight the incompetency...

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