STUCKEY SAYS NO DATE SET FOR POWERLINE PROJECT

29 Sep 2009 12:45 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

29 September 2009

Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey MP says she hasn’t been able to get a time for the commencement of the undergrounding of powerlines in the Mudgeeraba to Tugun network upgrade. 

Ms Stuckey said:  “Despite the recent election commitment of $29 million to underground powerlines through established communities in Palm Beach and Currumbin this Labor government has done...

Stuckey names joey to mark National Koala Day

25 Sep 2009 10:45 AMJann StuckeyElectorate

25 September 2009

 

State Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey MP is throwing her support behind National Koala Day at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on today when she officially names a koala joey.Ms Stuckey was the successful bidder for the opportunity to name the female joey at a corporate fundraising event earlier in the year to raise funds for the Currumbin Community Wildlife Hospital.The koala...

Stuckey says widening of Pacific Motorway on southern Gold Coast still a long way off

21 Sep 2009 10:38 AMJann StuckeyElectorate

21 September 2009

Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey MP says that home-owners in her electorate are still left wondering  if their properties will be needed for the widening of the Pacific Motorway.

The Minister for Main Roads has admitted that property requirements for the upgrade of the Pacific Motorway from Varsity Lakes to Tugun are not known at this stage.

Concept planning for a...

Stuckey supports freeze on liquor trading hours

17 Sep 2009 2:36 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

17 September 2009

Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey MP has welcomed the state government’s announcement of a 12 month moratorium on licensed venue opening times which will put on hold applications for extensions to trading hours after 12pm

“Many people have contacted my office in recent months concerned about applications by pubs and clubs wanting to extend their trading hours in the...

BLIGH CHANGES TUNE ON DESALINATION

17 Sep 2009 2:20 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

17 September 2009

PREMIER Anna Bligh has threatened the residents of the Mary Valley with at least two desalination plants if the Traveston Dam does not proceed.

Shadow Minister for Public Works and Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey said the Premier appeared to have changed her tune on the value and social costs of desalination plants as an alternative source of fresh water.

“Premier...

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