Govt rules out rural Qld financial aid

first_imgWhile tourism operators report that recent flooding has caused a major slow down in visitors, Agriculture Minister Tim Mulherin said money is not available to them however the government can assist in other ways, ABC Rural News reported.”Under the arrangements for Natural Disaster and Relief Recovery arrangements, there is no provision for loss of income and I don’t think there’ll ever be a provision for loss of income,” Minister Mulherin said.”If the Progress Association or the Burke Shire want DEEDI officers to go in and work with small businesses around building the resilence capacity into businesses, we’re more than willing to do that.” The Queensland Government has said assistance is only available to people with physical property damage, ruling out financial aid for small companies in the Gulf of Carpentaria region suffering from business loss. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img read more


first_img 0 Comments   Share   The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Warner added that the Cardinals offensive tackles — D’Anthony Batiste and Bobby Massie — have combined to start 14 NFL games, further showing how little experience the offensive side of the ball features.“It’s tough to get guys to come into this league and excel having not seen very much, having not been in crazy environments like last Thursday in St. Louis on the big stage,” he said.Arizona is averaging just 18.8 points per game and picking up 273.2 yards per contest. The quarterbacks have been sacked a league-high 23 times, and the Cardinals have the third-lowest rushing total in the NFL, ahead of only Dallas and Oakland, each of whom were off this week. center_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback and current NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner thinks the Cardinals offense is lacking the one thing the coaches can’t help them gain: experience.So, before fans go and look at Cardinals offensive line coach Russ Grimm as the responsible party for the team’s blocking woes, Warner wants people to realize he just doesn’t have much to work with at the moment.“You have to look at the big picture,” Warner told Arizona Sports 620’s Doug and Wolf Monday. “Take Fitz out of the mix, and you look at the skill positions starting for this team offensively, and their average number of starts is 12 starts.” Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more