Transport boss richard sellers seconded to wa tourism department

Updated: November 5, 2020

Transport boss richard sellers seconded to wa tourism department Updated Transport chiefs are urging Queenslanders not to expect any extra funding from the Department of Tourism and the Queensland Government for a new passenger terminal at Brisbane Airport. collier femme dinh van Key points: Transport chief richard sellers urges non-essential Queenslanders not to expect more budget cuts Mr Sellars says the government has identified a “no sacrifice바카라사이트” ticket policy Queensland minister asks questions after he warns of massive budget cuts Queensland Minister for Tourism and Sport, Shane Rattenbury, said he would be concerned the Government’s “no sacrifice” ticket policy did not apply바카라 to the airport. “We certainly will not be making further discretionary funding cuts at this time,” he said. style bracelet homme Mr Sellars warned that any taxpayer money coming from the airport to boost tourism was unlikely to happen any time soon. bague diamant solitaire cartier “There’s no need for us to cut services or take it away from the people who use it,” he said. magasin collier dambre “There’s a couple of areas of spending, because we’re using airport infrastructure and ticket services, that can’t change, so I think, to avoid the prospect of these kind of cuts, we’ll try and keep as much of those as we can and support as much of the growth and activity that you would expect with the growth we’re currently seeing.” The new passenger terminal will create around 4,400 jobs. collier homme prenom 3collierfrance4404 “We will 카지노 사이트work within the environment in which the project takes place to make sure it maximises that opportunity,” Mr Sellars said. bague de fiancaille femme promotion A passenger terminal is required for the new airport’s arrival, when it is due to open in 2024. fatima bracelet a main pour femme arbre de vie arc en ciel cubique zircone tennis mauvais oeil The Government announced earlier this year that it would spend $80 million in the airport’s construction and operational costs over a 30-year period – but the first of those was to start in 2013. The Government has said some $65 million from Queenslanders’ travel revenue is expected to go to the airport and has indicated a willingness to accept more in future if the Airport Development Corporation is successful in the $12-million tender process in coming weeks.