Tugun Bypass Panels Costs Soar

28 Oct 2010 3:30 PMJann StuckeyElectorate, News

28 October 2010Currumbin MP Jann Stuckey is concerned Australia’s most expensive road, the Tugun bypass is likely to become even more expensive as costs to replace smashed glass noise barriers soar. “This project is becoming a financial black hole for taxpayers who have to cough up for another poor decision by the Bligh Labor Government,” said Ms Stuckey.“The Tugun bypass panel saga is quickly...

Consultants on the money in health pay fiasco

28 Oct 2010 12:01 PMJann StuckeyNews, Public Works & ICT

28 October 2010

Consultants reaped a $2500 per day windfall tinkering with Queensland Health’s dysfunctional pay system while workers were still waiting for their pay, the LNP said today.

Shadow Minister for Information and Communication Technology Jann Stuckey said long-term Bligh and Labor had its priorities wrong again paying obscene amounts to consultants while nurses and health...

BSA overlooks the obvious during checks

28 Oct 2010 11:43 AMJann StuckeyNews, Public Works & ICT

28 October 2010Robert Schwarten’s boast about BSA investigators visiting building sites, exposed holes in a system that allowed illegal practices to continue.LNP Public Works spokeswoman Jann Stuckey said the Minister had made no mention of any investigation into the disturbing practice of ‘renting out’ building qualifications.


“The Minister claimed inspectors have been busy visiting building...

Police to Crack Down on Public Nuisances

28 Oct 2010 10:44 AMJann StuckeyElectorate, News

28 October 2010

Speaking on new police powers in state Parliament recently, Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey MP, endorsed laws that would assist police to curb public nuisance offences in our suburbs.

Ms Stuckey also used the opportunity to acknowledge the ongoing good work of police in the Currumbin electorate. 

“The Police Legislation Amendment Bill 2010 introduced a state-wide...

Shonky builders run rings around BSA

22 Oct 2010 10:41 AMJann StuckeyNews, Public Works & ICT

22 October 2010

More Queenslanders were ripped-off by shonky builders in 2009-10, as the toothless Building Services Authority (BSA) continued to fail consumers.

LNP Public Works spokeswoman Jann Stuckey said new figures* showed the BSA had failed in its primary duty of regulating the industry to protect consumers from dodgy builders.

“Surely a major part of the BSA’s responsibility in...

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