Media releases issued in the past 12 months are available here.
To find Ministerial media statements from more than 12 months ago, please search Ministerial media statements.
* Ministerial media statements
08 September 2022
North Queensland’s historic goldfields have lured an Australian-based international oil and gas explorer and investor to the tropics
01 September 2022
More than 700 mining jobs continue to be supported after a Central Queensland steel-making metallurgical coal mine extension was given the green light
25 August 2022
A new creek name will recognise Uncle Jimmy, a local First Nations horseman from Gympie's gold rush days.
18 August 2022
Work is underway on the $2.5 million stage of a Queensland Government project to remediate an old mine and protect the Burnett River catchment.
26 July 2022
The Gulf's Kurtjar People will continue to protect their land and pass on their knowledge following a native title determination near Normanton today.
12 July 2022
Regional Queenslanders are set to benefit from a revamped land resource grants program, aimed to maximise jobs, investment and productivity.
12 July 2022
Queenslanders can have their say on a proposal to change the name of Longreach’s Black Gin Creek.
11 July 2022
Cairns residents can have their say on a proposal to rename Blackfellows Creek to its traditional Yidiny name.
06 July 2022
Cape York Traditional Owners have reconnected with their land, culture and history as part of four historic native title determinations.
30 June 2022
A State Budget new economy minerals booster pack of almost $40 million will support good jobs and encourage economic opportunities for Gladstone.
27 June 2022
South West Queensland’s Mithaka people now have a place to call their own following an historic land handover ceremony in the Channel Country today.
23 June 2022
A State Budget pack of $68.5 million will transform the state’s new economy minerals sector into a long-term pit-to-product industry.
21 June 2022
Almost $80 million will be invested to transform Queensland’s resources sector along with making the state’s lands and waters more productive.
16 June 2022
The Butchulla people can look after Country forever for future generations after a ceremony in the K’gari (Fraser Island) World Heritage Area.
15 June 2022
The Gkuthaarn and Kukatj people own their own country forever after a ceremony in Normanton in the Gulf of Carpentaria
09 June 2022
Almost $6 million in the next State Budget will see Mackay’s Resources Centre of Excellence become a key player in Qld's new economy minerals sector.
21 April 2022
Central Queensland's Darumbal People take control forever of a culturally significant site at the foot of Gai-i, “doing right” by their old people.
12 April 2022
The Wakka Wakka people’s native title determination achieved part of the work started by past generations, for their future generations.
11 April 2022
The threatened yellow-bellied glider and a creek in historic Irvinebank will benefit from the government’s latest investment.
08 April 2022
Construction has begun on a $1 billion Central Queensland coal mine which will create up to 1000 new local jobs.
05 April 2022
A proposal for coal exploration at Bundaberg will not proceed after an application for a mineral development licence was refused.
05 April 2022
Strong demand and confidence in the property sector and low interest rates have all contributed to higher land values across Queensland.
01 April 2022
Flood-affected property owners have been urged to appeal their land valuations especially if their properties flooded for the first time in February.
31 March 2022
The Queensland Government understands many Queensland properties have been impacted by flooding.
22 March 2022
An historic native title determination will help the Kunja People of South West Queensland reconnect younger generations to Country.
Last reviewed 25 September 2022