Welcoming front line nursing staff
Celebrating major infrastructure projects.
Visiting the North Rockhampton Nursing Centre to celebrate their $8.5 million upgrade
With Brian Dorey celebrating his 50th year as a JP
With Kanga Bins’ Amanda McKasker

A strong record of
delivering FOR KEPPEL

Brittany says: “I proudly stand on my record of achievements since first elected in 2015, delivering millions of dollars in education, roads, infrastructure, nursing homes, tourism and events to create local jobs for local people.

“I have delivered more police, firies, ambos, teachers and teacher aides, corrections officers, doctors and nurses in Keppel than ever before.

“I have delivered major projects including an $8.5m upgrade to the North Rockhampton Nursing Centre, $6m to Yeppoon State High School, $20m to the Rockhampton-Yeppoon road, $8.5m teaching
block at Parkhurst State School, $2.4m to Livingstone Shire Council, millions on Yeppoon and Emu Park foreshores, plus we introduced some of the world’s toughest mining safety laws to protect our
valued miners.

“Because of the Premier’s strong health response to the pandemic, and the Palaszczuk Labor Government’s clear plan for economic recovery, we are continuing to deliver on our commitment to
develop vital infrastructure and support Queensland jobs, businesses and services.”

“This is a strong Palaszczuk Government team working together for Queenslanders.”