Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) Deputy Leader and Hinchinbrook MP, Nick Dametto is gearing up to take the raging bull by the horns to raise money for charity at the Ingham Sugar City Rodeo this Saturday 2nd July 2022, at the Ingham Showgrounds.
Commercial mackerel fishers have been left in the dark after the Minister for Agricultural Industry Development and Fisheries, Mark Furner failed to come clean in Parliament this week on looming Spanish mackerel quota reductions which may come into effect July 1.
Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) Deputy Leader and Hinchinbrook MP Nick Dametto has welcomed the news that unvaccinated Queenslanders will be able to return to their livelihoods following the majority of vaccine mandate being lifted.
The delivery of this week’s State Budget saw no investment into any new methods to combat youth crime across the State as the juvenile crisis continues to spiral out of control. Mount Isa, a town of around 21,000 people, was again consumed over the weekend by...
Katter’s Australian Party (KAP) Deputy Leader and Hinchinbrook MP, Nick Dametto has rubbished a potential tourist tax, saying it could hinder the recovery of tourism operators that have already hit rock bottom resulting from the impacts of the pandemic. The...
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