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Yvette D'ath, pictured speaking at the Understanding Pathways to Safety: Brisbane Domestic & Family Violence Forum 2024, supports the expansion of the Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council. IMAGE: Facebook.

Greater say for victims of crime

VICTIMS of crime will have a greater say on sentencing issues as a person with lived experience has been appointed to the Queensland Sentencing Advisory Council.
Full Stop Australia CEO Karen Bevan has responded to the budget handed down this week. IMAGE: Full Stop Australia.

Budget falls short on gendered violence

FULL Stop Australia's CEO Karen Bevan has responded to the budget, handed down on Tuesday, 14 May, and is urging further reform in support of victim-survivors of domestic violence.
Gunawuna Jungai Board Chairman Barry Walden and CEO Kieran Smith are hopeful that the Justice reinvestment program will aid in their journey to community policing in the Northwest Queensland community of Doomadgee.

Gunawuna Jungai granted Justice Reinvestment funding

GUNAWUNA Jungai, representing Doomadgee in Northwest Queensland, has secured funding in the second round of the landmark Justice Reinvestment Program.
Energy Minister Mick de Brenni has announced that Queensland has reached its 30% emissions reduction target eight years ahead of schedule. IMAGE: Facebook.

Queensland hits emissions target eight years early

QUEENSLAND'S clean economy transformation is well underway, with the Sunshine State surpassing its first emissions reduction target almost a decade ahead of schedule.
Premier Steven Miles, pictured with Bundaberg tomato farmer Trevor, has said that farmers are getting less despite Queenslanders paying more at the supermarket for fresh produce. IMAGE: Facebook.

Fair prices for Queensland farmers

QUEENSLAND families are paying more for fresh produce at the supermarket, but farmers are not reaping the financial benefits – in fact, they are making less.
Police officers helped a family and their dog when they were stranded near Kowanyama on the weekend. IMAGE: QPS.

Kowanyama police help family

A FAMILY and their dog were helped out of a sticky situation by Kowanyama police on Friday, 12 April.
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