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LLEW O'BRIEN MP

Federal Member for Wide Bay

Working for Wide Bay

Media Releases

3/11/2017

Vehicles now using new section of Bruce Highway

  • Major traffic switch on the Bruce Highway between Gympie and Caboolture
  • Upgrade to improve flood immunity and road safety on 10.5-kilometre stretch
  • Full Cooroy to Curra – Section C upgrade on track for early 2018 completion

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2/11/2017

Stronger Communities grant helps keep Cooloola Coast Medical Transport on the road

A Wide Bay patient transport service will continue to safely carry clients to out-of-town medical appointments, after receiving funding through round three of the Stronger Communities Programme, Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien announced today. 

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1/11/2017

Noosa National Park upgraded coastal track open for summer season

Federal Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien, and State Member for Noosa Glen Elmes, today said the $800,000 Federal and State funded upgraded Noosa National Park coastal walking track will provide new recreational opportunities for locals and visitors to the Park in time for the summer tourist season. 

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17/10/2017

$16,362 grant for new Kilkivan Men's Shed

A new Men’s Shed will bring the Kilkivan community together after the project received a $16,362 grant through round three of the Coalition Government’s Stronger Communities Programme, Member for Wide Bay Llew O’Brien announced today.

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14/10/2017

New funding for Men's Sheds at Pomona, Kilkivan and Murgon

Federal Member for Wide Bay, Llew O’Brien today announced new Coalition Government funding for Men’s Sheds at Pomona, Kilkivan and Murgon to enable them to assist men in their communities.

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14/10/2017

Coalition Government's PaTH assists 173 young people from Wide Bay off welfare and into work

The Coalition Government’s Youth Bonus Wage subsidy component of the Youth Jobs PaTH program has assisted 173 long-term unemployed young people from Wide Bay move from welfare into work.

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