Bundy High visit to Queensland Parliament House

More than 30 Year 11 and 12 Legal Studies students from Bundaberg State High School joined State Member for Bundaberg David Batt in Queensland Parliament this week. As part of the parliamentary education program, the students are given the opportunity to learn about Parliament and Government in Queensland, tour the

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Labor’s ridiculous reef rules

“Our farmers are seriously suffering under Queensland Labor; they’re dealing with soaring electricity prices, decreased water security and extreme vegetation management laws, only to be hit again with these ridiculous reef regulations,” Mr Batt said. “No one wants to see the Great Barrier Reef come under threat, including our farmers,

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Batt launches Daffodil Day Appeal in Bundy

State Member for Bundaberg David Batt has today joined the Bundaberg Branch of Cancer Council Queensland and the staff at Grindstone Coffee House to launch the 33rd year of the Daffodil Day Appeal. With just over two weeks until Daffodil Day on Friday August 23, Mr Batt is encouraging local

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Labor’s one size fits all approach limits Bundy jobs

“Here in Bundaberg we desperately need a voice in skills and workforce development to help ensure training leads to real jobs for local residents,” Mr Batt said. In response to yet another anti-job and anti-region budget, the LNP announced our plan to establish an Industry Skills Council, so it’s positive

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Batt calls for gov savings to be reinvested into schools

15 State Schools across the Bundaberg and Burnett electorates are set to see solar panels and other energy saving devices installed under the Advancing Clean Energy Schools (ACES) program. Members for Burnett and Bundaberg, Stephen Bennett and David Batt, said it’s great to see the State Government investing in our

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