Rob Molhoek MP State Member for Southport

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My vision for our City is to see it grow and develop into a City where businesses are encouraged to be enterprising but also supports and nurtures families and community networks. 

A City which is inviting and safe for residents and visitors regardless of religion, race or origin.  A City which is well planned and sustainable, a City which is so outstanding that everyone else on the planet wished they lived here too.

I’m here to serve the Southport Electorate, which includes the suburbs of Ashmore, Keebra Park, Crestwood Heights, Molendinar, Benowa and Bundall. If I can ever be of service please feel free to contact me on 0430 209 995 or at southport@parliament.qld.gov.au

Rob Molhoek
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13 hours ago

Rob Molhoek MP

🏨👩‍⚕️ Labor has lost control of Queensland’s public health system.

❌ Figures released by Queensland Health say over 162,000 patients were on the dental wait list last month, an increase of nearly 10,000 people over the last four months.

✅ Contrast this to when the LNP was last in government, where the dental wait list was slashed from 60,000 to zero, thanks largely to our dental voucher system.

🦷 Every Queensland deserves to see a dentist without having to wait years for an appointment, but Labor seems to have an inability to deliver basic services for Queenslanders.

Under Labor, ambulance ramping is out of control, more patients are left waiting in emergency departments, elective surgery wait lists are growing rapidly and now thousands of Queenslanders can’t see a dentist.

It’s just not good enough, and Queenslanders deserve better.
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🏨👩‍⚕️ Labor has lost control of Queensland’s public health system.

❌ Figures released by Queensland Health say over 162,000 patients were on the dental wait list last month, an increase of nearly 10,000 people over the last four months.

✅ Contrast this to when the LNP was last in government, where the dental wait list was slashed from 60,000 to zero, thanks largely to our dental voucher system. 

🦷 Every Queensland deserves to see a dentist without having to wait years for an appointment, but Labor seems to have an inability to deliver basic services for Queenslanders. 

Under Labor, ambulance ramping is out of control, more patients are left waiting in emergency departments, elective surgery wait lists are growing rapidly and now thousands of Queenslanders can’t see a dentist.

It’s just not good enough, and Queenslanders deserve better.

1 day ago

Rob Molhoek MP

👷‍♀️👨‍🔧 New figures show apprentice shortages in Queensland are worsening at an alarming rate.

Labor has:
❌ failed to deliver its promised 13,000 apprentices in the grips of a housing shortage and while Queenslanders are desperate for a roof over their heads.
❌ failed to meet its annual target for apprenticeships for the sixth year running.

⬇️⬇️ Last financial year, there were 3,000 less apprenticeships and 4,000 less traineeships in Queensland including many on construction sites in the middle of a housing crisis. The major shortfall is hurting a wide variety of industries including food, beauty and construction.

🙅‍♂️ Labor can't blame COVID for their failure - they've been in government since long before the pandemic and have failed to reach their annual apprenticeship target for six years.

The State Government needs to get serious about developing new apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities to help skill Queenslanders for jobs to assist with our economic recovery.
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👷‍♀️👨‍🔧 New figures show apprentice shortages in Queensland are worsening at an alarming rate.

Labor has:
❌ failed to deliver its promised 13,000 apprentices in the grips of a housing shortage and while Queenslanders are desperate for a roof over their heads.
❌ failed to meet its annual target for apprenticeships for the sixth year running.
 
⬇️⬇️ Last financial year, there were 3,000 less apprenticeships and 4,000 less traineeships in Queensland including many on construction sites in the middle of a housing crisis. The major shortfall is hurting a wide variety of industries including food, beauty and construction.

🙅‍♂️ Labor cant blame COVID for their failure - theyve been in government since long before the pandemic and have failed to reach their annual apprenticeship target for six years.

The State Government needs to get serious about developing new apprenticeship and traineeship opportunities to help skill Queenslanders for jobs to assist with our economic recovery.

1 week ago

Rob Molhoek MP

👏🏼👏🏼 Fantastic news for South-east Queensland and the Gold Coast!

The Gold Coast will play host to several of the sports, no points for guessing which though 🏊🏐⛳️

What a big moment for Queensland!
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👏🏼👏🏼 Fantastic news for South-east Queensland and the Gold Coast!

The Gold Coast will play host to several of the sports, no points for guessing which though 🏊🏐⛳️

What a big moment for Queensland!

1 week ago

Rob Molhoek MP

💉 People have many reasons for seeking to detox and help with Alcohol and Drug (AOD) related problems. Not all detox happens in a rehab centre. QuIHN’s community withdrawal program aims to provide treatment and support services through their nurse practitioner network: www.quihn.org

🏥 A new pilot program to help local residents struggling with AOD addiction in the comfort of their own homes has been launched on the Gold Coast and has already been credited with being a life changer for participants.

The QuIHN Community Withdrawal (Detox at Home) Program, jointly funded through Gold Coast Primary Health Network and QuIHN, provides a comprehensive treatment and support service for people with an AOD addiction.

Individuals are supported to withdraw from a range of substances in the privacy of their own homes, with the support of specialist AOD clinical staff, family and support persons. 🧑‍⚕️ 👨‍⚕️
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💉 People have many reasons for seeking to detox and help with Alcohol and Drug (AOD) related problems. Not all detox happens in a rehab centre. QuIHN’s community withdrawal program aims to provide treatment and support services through their nurse practitioner network: www.quihn.org

🏥 A new pilot program to help local residents struggling with AOD addiction in the comfort of their own homes has been launched on the Gold Coast and has already been credited with being a life changer for participants.

The QuIHN Community Withdrawal (Detox at Home) Program, jointly funded through Gold Coast Primary Health Network and QuIHN, provides a comprehensive treatment and support service for people with an AOD addiction.

Individuals are supported to withdraw from a range of substances in the privacy of their own homes, with the support of specialist AOD clinical staff, family and support persons. 🧑‍⚕️ 👨‍⚕️Image attachment
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