... Government's troubled email system
QUEENSLAND'S Opposition technology spokeswoman fears a troubled government email system will never deliver its promised $123 million savings but has stopped short of agreeing to axe it.
Ros Bates yesterday said she would immediately order a forensic audit of the in-house system if the LNP won office at the coming state election, as predicted in recent polling.
The pledge came after The Courier-Mail yesterday revealed the Identity, Directory and Email Services program had already cost taxpayers $46 million but has only 2000 users - costing the ...
martina - 5 years ago, in poll Liberal National Party of Queensland
The federal election may hold a message for the Liberal Party and the Nationals. A national merger may be the smart way forward.
The strong performance of the Liberal National Party of Queensland in the 21 August poll runs counter to the prediction of the doomsaying merger critics and positioned the organisation strongly in the federal sphere.
When the next federal parliament sits, the LNP will have delivered 21 of the 73 coalition (and WA NP) members of the House of Representatives.
This defies the criticism and dire predictions that followed the formation of the merged ...
martina - 6 years ago, in poll Liberal National Party of Queensland
QUEENSLAND - Treasurer Andrew Fraser has accused the opposition of trying to sabotage the float of the coal and freight rail business.
Mr Fraser said the attacks by Liberal National Party leader John-Paul Langbroek on the $5 billion-plus Queensland Rail privatisation were irresponsible, hypocritical and could slice hundreds of millions of dollars off the value of the initial public offering of shares in new company QR National.
But Mr Langbroek said the sale was wrong on every level.
"Buying shares does not guarantee a return, and I would hate to see Queenslanders lose money they ...
cici - 6 years ago, in poll Liberal National Party of Queensland