Jann regularly sponsors petitions on behalf of residents.

You can find out what other e- petitions are available for signing by visiting the Queensland Parliament petitions website

Past petitions have included:

  • M1 Widening From Varsity Lakes to Tugun
  • Community Consultation for Stage Three Light Rail
  • Sound Barriers M1
  • Proposed Boral Gold Coast Hard Rock Quarry
  • Bus Service to John Flynn Hospital
  • Underground Powerlines from Currumbin to Tugun
  • Independent Monitoring of the Tugun desalination plant output
  • Police Beat at The Pines shopping Centre

Bus to John Flynn Hospital

Welcome from Jann

As the State Member for Currumbin since 2004 we have achieved much together to make the place we call home an even better and safer community.

It truly is an honour to serve the caring and connected residents of Currumbin.

Your thoughts and concerns matter to me and I look forward to continuing to be a strong voice on your behalf.

My electorate office staff and I are here to help you with state government issues.

Kind regards

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Labor’s Hub is just another excuse for a casino

Labor’s Hub is just another excuse for a casino

10 Jun 2019 4:52 PMJann StuckeyNews

Member for Currumbin Jann Stuckey claims the Palaszczuk Labor government’s proposed Global Tourism Hub (GTH) on the Gold Coast, is nothing more than an excuse for a second casino.

New Qualifications to Reward Top Teachers:

New Qualifications to Reward Top Teachers:

3 May 2019 3:13 PMJann StuckeyNews

Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey was delighted to support a new piece of legislation that was passed this week in the Queensland Parliament to recognise and reward high performing teachers.

Labor delays key GC Highway transport study

Labor delays key GC Highway transport study

2 May 2019 10:01 AMJann StuckeyNews

Member for Currumbin, Jann Stuckey says delays by Palaszczuk Labor government failure to complete the $600,000.00 multi-modal study along the Gold Coast Highway between Burleigh and Tugun are causing unnecessary anxiety for small business owners and residents.