This guide provides a brief overview of the 2020 Queensland Legislative Assembly election results and the new ministry appointed after the election. It also includes background information on the electoral system in Queensland, a summary of the 2020 election results, and details of byelections and...
The Australian health system response to COVID-19 from a resilient health care perspective: what have we learned?
As of late 2020, Australia’s response to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has been relatively successful in comparison with responses in Northern Europe and the US – but what have we learned?
The consideration of regulatory best practice principles helps ensure the introduction or amendment of regulation is necessary, effective and minimises the burden on affected stakeholders.
The Queensland government has directed the Queensland Productivity Commission to undertake an inquiry into the National Disability Insurance Scheme market in Queensland. This draft report provides an opportunity for consultation on the issues raised by the inquiry — and, in particular, on the preliminary analysis...
Fact Check: Deb Frecklington says Queensland had four consecutive years of the highest unemployment in the nation before the pandemic. Is that correct?
Deb Frecklington says Queensland had four consecutive years of the highest unemployment in the nation before the pandemic. RMIT ABC Fact Check found that claim to be wrong.
This policy has been developed to support Queensland activities that help preserve, grow and strengthen Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander traditional and contemporary languages.
Urban governance, the state and civil society: a critical examination of historical and contemporary debates
This paper examines the changes in policy and governance style favoured by Australian governments from the 1940s to 90s, and the shifts to and away from utilization of the market, government intervention, localism and participation over that time. It proposes a set of “governance technologies”...
Fact Check: Steven Miles said the LNP cut 4,400 health workers when it was last in power and that Labor reversed those cuts. Is that correct?
During the 2020 Queensland election campaign, Steven Miles, the Deputy Premier and Minister for Health, consistently attacked the Liberal National Party's track record, claiming they had slashed 4,400 jobs in healthcare when they last held office. Verdict: Mr Miles's claim is overstated.