26 Nov 2009 12:19 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

26 November 2009

Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey MP today tabled a petition calling on the State Government to undertake independent monitoring of the brine output from the Tugun Desalination Plant.

“Almost 1000 local residents have signed this petition asking for the monitoring that was stopped due to budgetary constraints to be re-commenced,’ said Ms Stuckey

“Ongoing monitoring...

Labor Weak on Integrity

25 Nov 2009 12:21 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

25 November 2009

Jann Stuckey, Member for Currumbin has accused the Bligh Government of being weak on Integrity for voting down an LNP Private Members Bill which called for a Royal Commission into Labor’s inappropriate conduct over the past eleven years.

During this week’s sitting of Parliament a cognate debate was held on the Government’s Integrity Bill and the LNP’s Bill, Commission of...

Schwarten plays catch up on asbestos

24 Nov 2009 4:25 PMJann StuckeyPublic Works & ICT

24 November 2009

QBUILD workers’ long-term health has been put at risk while Minister Schwarten has procrastinated over appropriate asbestos handling training.

Shadow Minister for Public Works Jann Stuckey MP said she first raised the issue of QBuild training deficiencies two months ago.

“I revealed in September that only 56 per cent of QBuild staff held a Class B asbestos removal...

LNP will scrap the Compulsory climate change homes checklist

20 Nov 2009 12:33 PMJann StuckeyElectorate

20 November 2009

An LNP Government will scrap the compulsory two-page sustainable homes checklist due to start on January 1st, 2010, Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey MP said today.

“The badly planned, onerous Mandatory Sustainability Declaration, which requires home owners to make calculations including their electricity use for the past 12 months and the flow capacity of their toilets,...

Financial shortcuts cost Queenslanders more

16 Nov 2009 4:51 PMJann StuckeyPublic Works & ICT

16 November 2009

The Bligh Labor Government’s backflip on delivering a single payroll system is set to cost Queensland taxpayers more as licensing fees will rise, the Opposition said today.

LNP Public Works and Information and Communication Technology spokeswoman Jann Stuckey said software company SAP’s decision to increase licensing fees for older versions of their programs would cost...

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