Media Releases

Funding boost for domestic violence support for locals in Pine Rivers

May 07, 2020

Domestic and family violence victims in the Pine Rivers area will get extra support with CADA Inc. in Lawnton receiving a funding boost of over $21,000 from Palaszczuk Government in the wake of unprecedented demand on services due to the impacts of COVID-19. Over 100 domestic and family violence services across Queensland will share millions of dollars of funding announced this month by Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Minister for the Pre...

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Concrete solution for South Pine Road noise barrier

April 20, 2020

The old timber noise barrier along a section of South Pine Road, Eatons Hill, will be replaced next month with a new concrete one. Member for Pine Rivers Nikki Boyd said a painted 100 metre long, three metre high concrete barrier would be built on the western side of the road between the South Pine Road northbound lanes and the service road to Bunya Park Drive

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New paramedics to boost COVID-19 North Brisbane frontline response

April 15, 2020

The fight against COVID-19 continues with additional Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) officers fast-tracked into Queensland communities to assist in the pandemic response. Member for Pine Rivers Nikki Boyd MP said North Brisbane can be reassured the Palaszczuk Government is continuing to boost frontline resources to assist patients who’ve contracted the virus.

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Community spirit shines as thousands join Care Army

April 07, 2020

Over 20,000 Queenslanders have taken up the call to action to rally around Queensland’s seniors, with nearly 2,000 locals from across the Moreton Bay region signing up to join the ‘Care Army’ in less than a week.   Member for Pine Rivers Nikki Boyd says that the surge in sign-ups is a showing of our community spirit shining through in tough times.

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State schools receive cool change

April 01, 2020

The installation of air-conditioning at local state schools is nearly complete, as the roll out of the Palaszczuk Government’s $477 million Cooler Cleaner Schools Program continues to support local jobs.

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Moreton Bay Koala Meeting

March 27, 2020

Koala conservation and new koala habitat mapping across Moreton Bay was discussed when Minister for Environment Leeanne Enoch, department representatives and the Member for Pine Rivers Nikki Boyd met with Moreton Bay acting Mayor Mike Charlton, councillors and community representatives from the Moreton Bay Region.

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