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DJAG news

    The Department of Justice and Attorney-General covers a wide range of topics across a number of sectors.

    There are numerous ways to keep up to date with news from across the department. Here is a listing of all our news sources, e-newsletters and social media accounts.


    Electrical Safety Outlook e-alerts

    Electrical Safety Outlook e-alerts are bi-monthly alerts distributed by the Electrical Safety Office that give you tips and information on electrical legislation and staying electrically safe. Subscribe.

    Justice of the Peace Branch technical bulletins

    JP Branch technical bulletins provide Queensland JPs and C.decs with regular updates on changes to procedures and their role in our community. Email the JP Branch to subscribe.

    Victim Assist Queensland e-alerts

    Victim Assist Queensland e-alerts announce new resources, funding opportunities and events for victims of crime and support services. These e-alerts are sent out approximately 4 – 6 times a year. Email Victim Assist Queensland to subscribe.

    Common Ground

    Common Ground is an e-newsletter distributed by the Office of the Commissioner for Body Corporate and Community Management (BCCM). It provides up to date information about body corporate law and general advice for members of a body corporate. Subscribe.


    eSafe newsletters are published by Workplace Health and Safety Queensland. They provide employees and employers with useful information, case studies and tips on how to make their workplaces healthier and safer. By subscribing to these e-newsletters you will also receive ad-hoc e-alerts about events and incident and safety messages

    • eSAFE newsletter (published six times per year)
    • eSAFE Construction newsletter (published three times per year - by 'Construction' industry subscription only)
    • eSAFE Rural newsletter (published three times per year - by 'Agriculture, forestry and fishing' industry subscription only)

    By subscribing to these e-newsletters you will also receive ad-hoc e-alerts about events and incident and safety messages. Subscribe.

    Family History Journal

    The Registry of Births, Marriages and Deaths (RBDM) Family History Journal is a quarterly newsletter for anybody interested in Queensland’s history. It will be of particular interest if you are researching your family tree or you are a genealogist using RBDM’s archive as a source for historical information. Subscribe.

    Get out there

    Get out there is a monthly e-newsletter for young adults, from the Office of Fair Trading. It provides useful tips for buying your first car, keeping your money under control, renting, going to university and making smart choices as a consumer. Subscribe.

    Justice Journal

    Justice Journal is a regular e-newsletter designed to keep you up to date with the latest news and information from the justice portfolio. Subscribe.

    Queensland Liquor Accords

    Queensland Liquor Accords is a quarterly e-newsletter for liquor accord participants throughout Queensland. It is an ideal way for liquor accord stakeholders across Queensland to keep up to date with what’s happening in the liquor accords area. Subscribe.

    Responsible Service

    Responsible service is the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation’s bi-monthly e-newsletter. It contains information relevant to the liquor and gaming industries and keeps licensees informed of changes and happenings in the liquor and gaming area. Subscribe.


    Safetyzone is the Office of Fair Trading’s quarterly e-newsletter about product safety. The newsletter will provide you with tips on safety standards and advice on the safe use of products. Subscribe.

    Smart Business Bulletin

    Smart Business Bulletin is a bi-monthly e-newsletter run by the Office of Fair Trading for Queensland businesses. If you are involved in any type of business, it will keep you up to date with news and provide you with extra business tips. Subscribe.

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      Media inquiries

      The Communication Services Branch handles media inquiries relating to:

      • the justice system, including courts and public prosecutions
      • community justice services, including: the Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages; Justices of the Peace; Victim Assist Queensland; and the Dispute Resolution Branch
      • Workplace Health and Safety Queensland (WHSQ)
      • the Electrical Safety Office (ESO), and
      • industrial relations.

      Journalists can call court registries directly to check basic information about a court matter.

      Media can call +61 7 3008 8765 to speak to a media officer, or email your inquiry to

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      Media statements are available via RSS.

      Last reviewed
      20 June 2014
      Last updated
      30 October 2014

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