Boost for Cross Border Policing

28 Jul 2010 10:13 AMJann StuckeyElectorate, News

28 July 2010Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey MP, is pleased to see an increase in the number of Coolangatta police officers appointed as Special Constables for the State of New South Wales following her request to the Minister for Police.  “The issue of Special Constables arose earlier in the year when the perpetrator of an alleged assault in Coolangatta fled to the other side of the border and...

LNP Focused on Improving Child Safety

20 Jul 2010 12:04 PMJann StuckeyElectorate, News

20 July 2010Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey MP, is urging residents to have their say on ways to improve the state’s child safety services following the recent release of an LNP discussion paper on the issue.“Early intervention services that improve family relationships and better protect children from abuse are a key focus of this discussion paper,” Ms Stuckey said.“Reducing the number of...

Schwarten toxic schools shock

14 Jul 2010 4:55 PMJann StuckeyNews, Public Works & ICT

14 July 2010

More shoddy workmanship involving toxic asbestos waste at Wulguru State School in Townsville proved Public Works Minister Robert Schwarten was not up to the job, the LNP said today.

Shadow Minister for Public Works Jann Stuckey said the admission students in Townsville may have been exposed to potentially deadly asbestos was yet another failure by Minister Schwarten to ensure...

Schwarto tries to dodge the blame again

14 Jul 2010 11:46 AMJann StuckeyNews, Public Works & ICT

14 July 2010Robert Schwarten has attempted to dodge responsibility for the Queensland Health payroll fiasco again — claiming it was Health’s responsibility to liaise with IBM.Shadow Minister for Public Works Jann Stuckey said Minister Schwarten’s comments completely contradicted the findings of the Auditor-General.“It is becoming clearer by the day that this Minister really has no idea of what his...

Bob betrays builders for bureaucrats at QBuild

14 Jul 2010 11:40 AMJann StuckeyNews, Public Works & ICT

13 July 2010

Bureaucrats fared better than builders at QBuild under Minister Robert Schwarten, the LNP said today.

Shadow Minister for Public Works Jann Stuckey said QBuild shed 143 trade qualified staff in the past 12 months but added 26 extra bureaucrats.

“While Minister Schwarten has been asleep at the wheel, QBuild has added 26 extra bureaucrats at the expense of 13 per cent of its...

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