Where is Deb Frecklington today?

Where is Deb Frecklington today?

Where is Deb Frecklington today?

Frecklington lives with her husband and three children in Kingaroy.

How old is Deb Frecklington?

50 years (September 3, 1971)Deb Frecklington / Age

What electorate is Deb Frecklington?

Electoral district of Nanango

Nanango Queensland—Legislative Assembly
MP Deb Frecklington
Party Liberal National
Namesake Nanango
Electors 37,170 (2020)

Who is the deputy leader of Queensland?

Steven John Miles (born 15 November 1977) is an Australian politician. He has been the Deputy Premier of Queensland since May 2020, and been the Labor member for Murrumba in the Queensland Legislative Assembly since 2017, and previously represented Mount Coot-tha from 2015 to 2017.

Is Deb Frecklington married?

Jason FrecklingtonDeb Frecklington / Spouse

Where was Deb Frecklington born?

Miles, AustraliaDeb Frecklington / Place of birthMiles is a town and a locality in the Western Downs Region, Queensland, Australia. In the 2016 census, Miles had a population of 1,746 people. Wikipedia

How old is Steven Miles?

44 years (November 15, 1977)Steven Miles / Age

How much does the Premier of Qld get paid?

Premier of Queensland
First holder Robert Herbert
Deputy Deputy Premier of Queensland
Salary AU$469,367 (as of 1 September 2021)
Website www.thepremier.qld.gov.au

Who is Queensland’s Health Minister?

Information about Hon Yvette D’Ath, Minister for Health and Ambulance Services.

How much does Governor of Qld get paid?

Main provisions. Part 1 of Schedule 1 of the Bill amends existing section 3 of the Governor-General Act to increase the annual salary payable to the Governor-General from $365 000 to $394 000.

How much does Dan Andrews get paid?

Second term. In 2019, an independent tribunal granted Andrews an 11.8% salary increase, giving him a total salary of $441,000 and making him the highest-paid state premier in the country. Andrews received praise for his leadership during the 2019–20 Victorian bushfires.

How do I contact the Queensland Minister for Health?

please do not hesitate to contact my Ministerial Office via email at health@ministerial.qld.gov.au.