Queensland to launch ‘aggressive campaign’ for interstate exchanges

The Prime Minister said that even beyond flood recovery, the commercial works pipeline in Queensland would be long.

“I think there will be enough long-term work as well,” she said.

“Don’t forget that we also have the Olympics.

“If traders are interested in moving to Queensland, just as we have attracted people to come here for the tourism industry, we want you.”

Opposition Leader David Crisafulli, on the Gold Coast to speak about plans to reduce the Coomera Connector from six to four lanes, said he would welcome any move to attract workers.

“But you want to know the best way to provide jobs and bring in interns? ” he said.

“Plan an infrastructure pipeline and deliver it on time and within budget. It will get people across the border.

“This is what we have to go back to, the way governments operated, when they delivered on their promises, when they were visionary, where they built generational infrastructure and when they did it on time and on time. budget.

“Unfortunately we have a culture here in Queensland where prices keep going north and the quality of the roads we’re getting are going south and it’s just not good enough.”

Queensland reopened its borders on December 13, after banning entry to interstate travelers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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