Below you will find a list of all posts that have been categorised as "News"

From Mark – 15 January 2020

Post-Christmas/holiday and back-to-school time can leave Queenslanders in the lurch Everyone in Queensland needs a decent standard of living. However, many Queenslanders simply do not have enough money to get by, especially in regional areaswhere [...]

15 January 2020|Post

Problem debt

The post-Christmas/holiday and back-to-school time of year can be expensive for families in Queensland. Having to fork out extra money during the festive time can lead to problem debt. If you or someone you know [...]

14 January 2020|Post

From Mark – 18 December 2019

Queensland Human Rights Act rolls out soon QCOSS is working closely with the Human Rights Commission and Dept of Child Safety, Youth, Women, and other peaks to promote and support the successful implementation of the [...]

18 December 2019|Post

Take action to make renting fair

As part of the Make Renting Fair in Queensland Alliance, QCOSS is encouraging people to express their views on the Queensland Government's proposed tenancy reforms. The response to the reform consultation proves there is huge [...]

4 December 2019|Post

From Annette (Acting CEO) – 4 December 2019

QCOSS Annual Priorities Statement survey Queensland Treasurer Jackie Trad has confirmed she will hand down her final Budget six weeks earlier than expected in April 2020. This is timely, as we have been working on [...]

4 December 2019|Post

Vale Uncle Sam Watson

QCOSS would like to acknowledge the recent passing of Brisbane Elder, Uncle Sam Watson. Uncle Sam has been a passionate advocate for the rights of First Nation's people across Brisbane, Queensland and Australia. Throughout his [...]

28 November 2019|Post