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National Statistical Service

Australia's national statistical agency and an official source of independent, reliable information. We tell the real story of Australia, its economy and its people by bringing life and meaning to numbers.

Specialist Products for the Hospitality and Security Sector

Bouncer Buddy, an online store dedicated to servicing the crowd control and hospitality industries. Bouncer Buddy Products is Australian owned and operated from the Gold Coast and prides itself on providing a complete and personalised service, focusing on each client's specialised needs Nationwide.

Blue Card System

The Commission for Children and Young People and Child Guardian is an independent statutory body mandated to promote and protect the rights, interests and wellbeing of Queenslanders under 18, particularly those who are vulnerable or at risk.

Student Visa Work Conditions

We aim to facilitate the movement of people and goods across the border. We work closely with other agencies to share knowledge, expertise and intelligence in order to detect, deter and prosecute those who attempt to do us harm at the border. The work we do contributes to safeguarding Australia's national security.

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Council has the power under the Local Government Act 2009 to adopt a range of local laws, regulations and policies. We are also responsible for ensuring state and local government laws and regulations are observed. This includes a range of permits and licences.

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The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) enforces consumer protection laws and regulates several industries to achieve a fair and safe marketplace. The OFT: promotes a safe, fair and informed marketplace. issues licenses and registrations under a number of consumer protection laws.

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The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) is part of the Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG) and is responsible for regulating Queensland's liquor industry, within a socially responsible framework.

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The Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT) is an independent, accessible tribunal that efficiently resolves disputes on a range of matters. The tribunal's purpose is to provide a quick, inexpensive avenue to resolve disputes between parties and make decisions.

The Office of Building Fire Safety

The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services (QFES) is the primary provider of fire and emergency services in Queensland, Australia. The QFES was established in 2013 to improve the coordination and planning of emergency services, adopting an "all hazards" approach to emergency management.

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The QPS is the primary law enforcement agency for Queensland. It fulfils this role throughout the state, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, upholding the law and providing assistance to the community particularly in times of emergency, disaster and crisis.

A Non-Profit Organisation

The aim is to enable persons to make informed decisions about their participation in gambling and, if harm has occurred, to provide access to gambling help services”. Empower customers to access self-help options such as local treatment and support services, self- exclusion/barring programs.

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RSA Liquor Professionals is a complete QLD liquor licensing, training and compliance service for licensees from major hotels and events to small licensed restaurants and small businesses. RSA Liquor Professionals provides the liquor and hospitality industry with expert knowledge, advice, compliance audit, advocacy, training and application services.

SPAAL Home Page

The Security Providers Association of Australia Limited (SPAAL) is a national security industry association and approved security industry association for security providers, providing industry education, compliance and business services.

A Statutory Body of the Queensland Government

Tourism contributes $10.93 billion directly to the Queensland economy, accounting for 3.8% of Queensland's GSP. Tourism indirectly contributes an additional $12 billion to the Queensland economy. No other sector of the economy has more small businesses, with 9 in 10 tourism businesses employing fewer than 20 persons.