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Qld to boost economy with local projects – Australian Associated Press


The Queensland government will fund $50 million in projects across the state’s southeast as part of a coronavirus economic recovery plan.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says the package will lead to 1500 jobs and comes on top of $50 million already allocated to 12 councils.

“This package is an integral part of Queensland’s plan to stimulate the economy at a time when the major economies across the globe are hurting,” she said on Tuesday.

The investment…



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