Help put a Queenslander in the running to become Australian of the Year 2014 by nominating someone in your community who inspires you or whose contribution you appreciate. Nominations close 2 August 2013.
The 2013-14 State Budget includes substantial funding to support people with disability.
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15 is a reminder to people to take action and make the call if they become aware of an older person who is being mistreated.
Do you know someone aged 16 or over who makes an extraordinary contribution to our community? Nominations for the Australian of the Year Awards 2014 are now open.
Read more about award categories, past winners and how to nominate.
Sponsorship funding is available for community groups and organisations hosting events during Queensland Week 2014. Applications of up to $8000 are now being accepted for events that reflect the unique culture, heritage and aspirations of Queensland communities. More information.
Queensland Treasurer Tim Nicholls delivered the 2013–14 Budget on Tuesday, 4 June 2013. Read more about how the Budget affects you.