About Yvonne

​Having lived locally for over 40 years, Yvonne is a respected member of the Murrumba community. A former Councilor in the Pine Rivers Shire Council, Yvonne has a proven record of advocacy for her community and locals know that when she makes a promise, she delivers. Yvonne also owns and operates her own business and has seen first-hand the damage Labor has caused to Queensland’s economy.

Murrumba needs a strong voice who will stand up for residents in Parliament. Yvonne is one of many Murrumba locals concerned with rising cost of living and increasing crime rates. Even before coronavirus, Queensland had the worst economy in the country thanks to Labor’s mismanagement.

That is why Yvonne is proud to be part of Deb Frecklington’s team and is committed to the LNP’s plan to get Queensland working again.

In her spare time, Yvonne is involved in many local community groups, and sings regularly for the Lions Club of Kallangur and with the Red Hot Mamas community singing group.

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The LNP will establish an Economic Recovery Agency, which will be headed by the new Coordinator-General, to kickstart major stimulus projects across the state and create jobs.

Queenslanders want a plan to stimulate the economy and provide a decade of secure jobs, and that’s what the LNP will deliver.

Coronavirus has dealt Queensland the biggest economic blow in almost a century – greater than any fire, flood or cyclone we’ve ever seen.

A coordinated economic reconstruction is needed to drag Queensland out of recession and create jobs.

The economic recovery from a bushfire, flood or cyclone would have started within days, but Labor still has no plan and no Budget months after the coronavirus outbreak began.

Just like how a reconstruction authority takes charge in a disaster, the LNP’s Economic Recovery Agency will lead Queensland’s economic reconstruction.

Instead of rebuilding damaged infrastructure after a disaster, the LNP’s plan will deliver the New Bradfield Scheme and build new dams and roads to stimulate the economy.

Our Economic Recovery Agency will be Queensland’s Department of Grunt for our economic recovery.

The Economic Recovery Agency’s first 100-day action plan will be to coordinate:

Delivering the New Bradfield scheme
Establishing the Queensland Dam Company to progress the Nullinga Dam, Urannah Dam, Rookwood Weir, Burdekin Falls Dam upgrade and Emu Swamp Dam
Fixing Paradise Dam utilising international expert advice
An immediate audit of stalled major projects and fast-tracking approvals across all government agencies
Issuing the tender documents for the $1 billion South-East Queensland congestion busting infrastructure stimulus package
Fast-tracking approvals for the Second M1
Delivering 4 new ICE rehab centres
Promoting Queensland as the low tax state for investment because of our no new taxes policy
Implementing our Queensland Investment Partnerships, to secure $1 billion of private sector investment
Reducing water prices for SunWater irrigators by almost 20 per cent
Establishing our Industry Skills Council to ensure vocational training is meeting skills shortages
Fast-tracking air-conditioning every state school classroom to support local tradie jobs
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It’s not the virus that has created the economic blunder but the way our pathetic Labor State Government has handled it by closing borders & unnecessary lockdowns... just hope Queenslanders vote with their heads to rid us of this useless & embarrassing Government... vote LNP!!!!

Contact Yvonne Barlow

Got a question for Yvonne? Get in touch with her at [email protected]

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