No Sugar: No Deal

As representatives from sugar-producing electorates and Queensland, Australia’s key sugar-producing state, we are adamant sugar cannot be left out of current Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations and we are not prepared to accept any token deal. Read more

Labor's Carbon Tax 2.0 to Cost CQ Jobs

Today's leak of Labor's secret plans for "Carbon Tax: The Sequel" pit them against jobs in Central Queensland, Senator Matt Canavan said. Read more

Putting Queensland Families on the Dole Queue Should Not be Tax-Deductible

Senator Matt Canavan has called for Federal Government action against environmental organisations that break the law or run “political” campaigns. Read more

State Government White-Flags Dark Greens

Queensland Senator Matt Canavan says the State Government has “run up the white flag” to environmental activists. Read more

CQ Farmers and Businesses Benefit From Tax Package

Federal Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says Central Queensland businesses and primary producers are already benefitting from the Small Business Tax Package announced in the Budget in May. Read more

White Paper a Massive Opportunity for Northern Communities

The White Paper on Developing Northern Australia represents a massive opportunity for Queensland communities above the Tropic of Capricorn, Senator Matt Canavan said today. Read more

Greenpeace “Exploiting the Reef”

Greenpeace is exploiting the Great Barrier Reef to make money, Queensland Senator Matt Canavan said today. Read more

Tax Proposal Gives Couples with Children up to $2,000 A Year

Couples with children would receive up to $2,000 a year extra income under taxation changes proposed by Queensland Senator Matt Canavan. Read more

Federal Government Should Audit Environmental Activist Organisations

Environmental activist organisations that break the law or conduct party political campaigns should have tax-deductibility status for donations removed, Queensland Senator Matt Canavan said today. Read more

Aerial Mustering: Canavan Welcomes CASA Changes

Queensland Senator Matt Canavan has welcomed a breakthrough on new Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) rules affecting mustering. Read more


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