A re-elected Labor Government will allocate a further $5 million over two years to continue the war on wild dogs the Premier has announced, as the State election campaign winds on.
“There is no doubt whatsoever that my Government’s vision and commitment to cluster fencing has been transformational for producers, small businesses and rural communities and if re-elected we will continue to support projects to eliminate the threat of wild dogs.”
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk says Labor’s investment in cluster fencing over the past three years had transformed parts of Western Queensland and given remote and rural communities new confidence they can thrive and grow.
“Against this backdrop of proven success Labor’s guarantee to invest a further $5 million in cluster fencing is the best way to ensure the bush fulfils its potential.”
“It will create more jobs, it will generate additional economic activity and it will revive and sustain outback communities.”