Committees investigate specific issues and report back to the Parliament. Some committees also have continuing roles to monitor and review public sector organisations or keep areas of the law or activity under review.
The official Queensland Government website for publication of legislation via the Office of the Queensland Parliamentary Counsel.
NOTE: endnotes are no longer included in the PDF versions of reprints published from 8 February 2018 though they remain in the PDF versions of reprints published before that date. The information previously available in the endnotes can now be found in the legislative history and history notes for a reprint.
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Links to Bills as originally introduced into Parliament for each year, with further links to the explanatory notes for Bills.
To locate the EN, go to the Bill's page then click on the Legislative History button. See links at the bottom of the page. You may need to scroll down the page a short way.
An occasional series of reprinted statutes and regulations sometimes referred to as the “White Reprints”, produced between the publication of the 1962 Queensland Statutes reprint and the Reprints Act 1992 (Qld).