Brittany Lauga heads to Brisbane for first sitting week

Newly elected State Member for Keppel Brittany Lauga says she looks forward to being a strong voice standing up for our region as she flies to Brisbane today for the first sitting week of State Parliament.  

"It is an honour and a privilege to represent the people of Keppel in our State Parliament. I look forward to standing up and being a strong voice for our future," Ms Lauga said.  

The opening of Queensland's 55th Parliament will occur over two days, on Tuesday 24 March and Wednesday, 25 March 2015.  

"I am young, passionate, energetic and I have a big vision for our region's future," Ms Lauga said.   

"I want to work towards a prosperous community - one with jobs, support, opportunity, growth, tourism and a place that we can all be proud of.  

"I very much look forward to being a strong voice and active Member in our State Parliament on behalf of the people of Keppel."  

The Palaszczuk Government will introduce legislation in the first sitting week of the new Parliament which will deliver on the Premier's commitment that accountability and transparency reform would be front and centre of the Government's agenda.



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