Rail projects critical to future of Scenic Rim
01 June, 2016 THE Coalition’s Inland Rail project will maximise job and growth opportunities resulting from new Free Trade Agreements with China, Japan and South Korea. Federal Member for Wright Scott Buchholz said the project would ensure demand for Australian domestic product in Asia is met. He said the... Read more
Boost for Logan Village Lions
30 May, 2016 THE Logan Village Lions are raising the roof in celebration after securing a $5000 Commonwealth grant to replace the collapsed ceiling at their Lion’s Den. The $11,610 project – which the group will contribute towards – will transform the group’s meeting space by putting a s... Read more
Scenic Rim gets nearly $1m to fix black spots
26 May, 2016 MOTORISTS will get a safer run on local roads through nearly $1 million in Commonwealth investment in road safety for the Scenic Rim. Projects will be carried out at Flagstone Creek Road at Birnam and the intersection of Rosevale Aratula Road and Old Rosevale Road at Rosevale, with work expected... Read more
Happy dance for Roadvale School of Arts Hall
24 May, 2016 THE Roadvale School of Arts Hall will be painted for the first time in at least three decades after the hall committee secured a $10,000 Commonwealth grant. The $21,144 face-lift – which the hall committee will pitch in for – is expected to breathe new life into the hall, which is a hub... Read more
Cunningham Highway set for $12.5m safety upgrade
19 May, 2016 THE flood-damaged Cunningham Highway at Warrill View is set for a $12.5 million reconstruction through $10 million from the Australian Government. Federal Member for Wright Scott Buchholz said the project – the first road rehabilitation at the site in more than 20 years – would improve ... Read more
Earth moves on game-changing Bromelton development
12 May, 2016 MOVEMENT is getting under way at Bromelton on a $30 million freight terminal tipped to lift the region into a new era of jobs, economic growth and progress. Earth moving is expected to start on Monday, May 16 to progress work on the 130-hectare freight facility, which will bring 125 jobs ... Read more
Expansion for Numinbah Valley School of Arts kitchen
11 May, 2016 THE Numinbah Valley School of Arts hall kitchen is set to be doubled in size after the group secured a $7840 Commonwealth grant towards the project. The group will pitch in for the $15,680 project, which will bring the kitchen up to speed with requirements and make it suitable for weddings and danc... Read more
Fresh look for Peak Crossing Community Hall
10 May, 2016 THE popular Peak Crossing Community Hall is set to become even more appealing to visitors when it gets spruced up with the help of some Commonwealth funding. The hall, which is 90-years-old this year, will get new floor coverings in the bathrooms, kitchen and bar as well as a fresh coat of paint in... Read more
Education reforms to get Wright students ahead
03 May, 2016 SCHOOLS in the federal electorate of Wright are set to benefit through the Turnbull Government’s $73.6 billion student achievement plan.  The Turnbull Government has committed to the most significant package of education quality reforms in a generation to drive excellence in Australia&r... Read more
4000 NBN connections for Beaudesert
29 April, 2016 THOUSANDS of Beaudesert homes and businesses are set to be connected to the National Broadband Network (NBN), with fixed line construction under way to more than 4000 premises in the town. Anticipation is building for faster internet locally, with the service expected to be ready for connection ... Read more
Lockyer Valley gets $3.7m to fix black spots
28 April, 2016 MOTORISTS will get a safer run on local roads through a $3.7m Commonwealth investment in road safety for the Lockyer Valley. Projects will be carried out at Gatton, Laidley, Laidley North, Kensington Grove, Regency Downs, Lake Clarendon, Lower Tenthill and Lockyer Waters, with construction expec... Read more
Safety boost for Beaudesert veterans
22 April, 2016 VETERANS will be able to seek support in a safer environment when the Beaudesert RSL Sub-Branch replaces its old and uneven carpet through a Commonwealth grant. The organisation, which looks after the welfare of serving and ex-serving members of the Australian Defence Force and their families, will... Read more
RSRT abolition saves livelihoods
21 April, 2016 OWNER drivers will be able to get back on the road and regain their livelihoods after the Federal Parliament abolished the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT) late Monday night. Federal Member for Wright Scott Buchholz said scrapping the RSRT – which Labor established in 2012 under t... Read more
Good turn for Gold Coast Woodturners
20 April, 2016 THE Gold Coast Woodturners will be able to do a good turn for even more people in the community after securing $5425 in Commonwealth funding towards two new woodturning lathes. The community group – which will pitch in for the $10,851 project – will use the two new lathes to cater to... Read more
New campaign to break the cycle of violence against women
20 April, 2016 FEDERAL Member for Wright has urged the local community get involved in a national campaign on how disrespect towards girls can grow into something more serious. Stop it at the start aims to help families, teachers, sports coaches and others challenge their own views about respectful relationsh... Read more
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