Minister for Transport and Main Roads The Honourable Mark Bailey Young indigenous Queenslanders at a number of Queensland high schools are set to get behind the wheel safely thanks to a partnership between the Palaszczuk Government and Former Origin Greats. Transport and Main Roads Minister Mark Bailey said that $255,000 had been awarded to the
$4.5 million over three years will be invested by the Palaszczuk Government to help lift academic outcomes for more Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in more places. Deputy Premier, Treasurer and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships Jackie Trad said the extra funding would be delivered through the FOGS ARTIE Academy. “During
THE HON. MALCOLM TURNBULL MP PRIME MINISTER MR TREVOR RUTHENBERG LNP CANDIDATE FOR LONGMAN Saturday July 7 2018 Investing in Young Lives Through Former Origin Greats The Turnbull Government is supporting the education of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Caboolture and throughout Queensland, with a new $1 million investment.
DRIVING Queensland students to new heights has always been the goal of the FOGS ARTIE Academy education program. But in 2017, that drive for success became literal with a unique research collaboration between FOGS and the QUT School of Economics (QuBE). QuBE and FOGS have received an Australian Research Council grant to undertake an Individualised Drivers Licence program for eligible participants in the study. Under
Maroons sharp-shooter Johanthan Thurston knows all about the importance of goals. The North Queensland skipper’s deadly right boot has been the difference between victory and defeat, both for Queensland and the Cowboys, more times than anyone can remember.