Fitzroy Basin Could Be Australia’s Second Great Food Bowl

The Fitzroy region could become Australia’s second great bowl, according to Rockhampton-based Senator Matt Canavan. Read more

Ebola Crisis Shows Need for Queensland to Deal with Bats Issue

While the focus of the Ebola crisis has been understandably on west Africa, there are risks closer to home that we must remain vigilant about. Read more

Axing Carbon Tax Cuts Power Costs

Senator Matt Canavan has welcomed news that axing the carbon tax has delivered Queenslanders the biggest cut in electricity costs on record. Read more

Time for Black Jack to be Heard in His Own Words

The Nationals tonight will launch a new edition of the autobiography of John "Black Jack" McEwen. John McEwen was one of only three Country / Nationals party MPs who became Prime Minister.  Read more

New Community Centre is an Answer to Moorooka’s Prayers

After years of hard work, community groups in Moorooka now have a new base of operations with the opening of a new Community Centre today. Read more

Government Should Look Again at Divestiture Powers in Light of Coles Allegations

The ACCC’s claims of unconscionable conduct by Coles paints a picture of a contemptible culture that raises issues about the efficacy of existing regulations and penalties, Senator Matt Canavan said today. Read more

Matt Canavan Welcomes Dams Roundtable

Senator Matthew Canavan has welcomed the announcement of a National Water Infrastructure Roundtable later this month to help speed construction of new dams. Read more

Matt Canavan to Inspect Emu Swamp Dam Site on Southern Downs Tour

Senator Matthew Canavan will inspect the proposed Emu Swamp Dam site today as part of a campaign to win more infrastructure funding for Queensland.  Read more

Central Queensland the Perfect Place to End “Dam Phobia”

QUEENSLAND Senator Matt Canavan has welcomed Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s call for Australia to get over its “dam phobia” and says Central Queensland is the perfect place to start. Read more

MPs Campaign for CQ Infrastructure Projects

Three Federal Government MPs take to the air tomorrow as part of a campaign for major infrastructure projects in Central Queensland, particularly dams. Read more


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