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The weather was hot and so were the topics of conversation at Thursday’s Grow Queensland forum.About 40 people met in Quilpie yesterday forQueensland Country Life’ssecond Grow Queensland forumto hear from a panel of spokespeople on issues effecting the South West.
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The panel featured professionals in the areas of health, agriculture, regional towns and youth and included Quilpie Shire Mayor Stuart McKenzie, Paroo Shire Mayor Lindsay Godfrey, Quilpie grazier and AgForce Macropod spokesman Stephen Tully.

As well as RDAQ Foundation Chair Dr Adam Coltzau of St George, Elders Toowoomba’sPaul Holm, Rabobank’s Lach Douglas, QRAA’s Tony Koch and Lifeline community managed mental health worker Davida Melksham.

Standoutdiscussion pointswerethe monumental importance of reliable internet connectivityand the call for initiatives to encourage young people and young familiesto make towns like Quilpie home.

Following the forum, panel members and forum participants were askedtheir opinion of what was needed to grow the South West.

[email protected]’s Dr Adam Coltzau says we need to look at innovative change to grow the south west. #GrowQldpic.twitter南京夜网/XDgysbi9x1

— QCL (@qclnews) March 4, 2016Bill Watts, Quilpie, says our commodity prices need to remain strong to help #GrowQld. pic.twitter南京夜网/wxWJhocB8I

— QCL (@qclnews) March 4, [email protected]’s Lach Douglas says looking into co-operative models might help with commodity price issues. #GrowQldpic.twitter南京夜网/Hbl68TqJCR

— QCL (@qclnews) March 4, 2016Quilpie State College teacher Colleen Rush says more infrastructure is needed in the south west. #GrowQldpic.twitter南京夜网/bj5O2EWt4c

— QCL (@qclnews) March 4, 2016This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.

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