ECQ happy with donor disclosure: Nicholls

November 12, 2017

Queensland Opposition Leader Tim Nicholls checks on the handiwork of the Redland Bay Men's Shed.

The Liberal National Party has made a major push for the grey vote in the November 25 state election, with a promise of concessions to save seniors around $720 a year.

The measures include half-price driver's licences, as well as free off-peak public transport, with the benefits to cost the state $114 million over three years.

Opposition leader Tim Nicholls made the announcement on Sunday while in the new Gold Coast seat of Bonney, which is notionally held by the LNP by 2.2 per cent.

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