LNP plan to combat youth crime

“In my role as the State Member for Bundaberg, I’ve spoken with many local residents who have fallen victim to youth crime and not only is it distressing, it’s incredibly frustrating,” Mr Batt said. “The current juvenile justice system wrongly puts offenders before victims and that must change. “The LNP

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LNP to roll out flashing speed signs to boost school safety

Monday, June 22, 2020 Road safety at schools across Bundaberg will be boosted by the roll out of flashing school zone signs if the LNP wins the next state election. LNP Leader Deb Frecklington said thousands of Bundaberg students, teachers, parents and motorists would benefit from the safety initiative at

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BATT CALLS FOR CLEAR COVID-19 GUIDELINES

Tuesday, 26 May 2020 Member for Bundaberg David Batt is calling on the Queensland Labor Government to stop sending mixed, inconsistent messages relating to COVID-19 restrictions and start providing clear, version-controlled guidelines. Mr Batt is particularly frustrated about how confusing, erratic messaging from the Government is impacting local sporting facilities

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Paradise Dam report backs LNP plan for more testing

LNP Leader Deb Frecklington today called for an immediate halt to the tearing down of the Paradise Dam wall after the Commission of Inquiry’s report into the dam recommended that further testing be completed. “The report states that the former Labor Government charged with constructing the dam failed in its

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Batt calls for update on Bundaberg Hospital Site

“Fighting for a new Bundaberg hospital has always been my number one priority and I know from the number of phone calls, visits and emails my office continues to receive, it’s also the number one priority for Bundaberg residents too,” Mr Batt said. “After being elected, I used my very

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Bundy’s Biggest ‘Virtual’ Morning Tea

Bundy’s Biggest Morning Tea is back, but with a twist! Local MPs Stephen Bennett and David Batt are donning aprons once again to raise vital funds for Cancer Council Queensland. This year they are co-hosting Bundy’s Biggest ‘Virtual’ Morning Tea and are encouraging the community to join them. The sixth annual

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Mother’s Day flowers for Bundy Aged Care Facilities

“Each year I really look forward to my Mother’s Day visits at Bundy’s aged care facilities – I’ve been able to get to know many of the staff and residents and it’s just wonderful to pop in, say hello and wish them a lovely day. “Usually, under different circumstances, I

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Caroline Stuttle Investigation

On 10 April 2002 I was working in the Bundaberg Detectives where I had been for the previous 7 years as an Investigator. That night my Officer in Charge rang to alert me of a body that had been found under the Burnett River Traffic Bridge. I was tasked with

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