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We use social media to share information and interact with you. We can remind you of important events, alert you to breaking news and better communicate with those using mobile devices.

Our social media channels supplement the information we publish on this website - our official source of information.


We welcome feedback and ideas from all our followers, and encourage them to join the conversation, where possible.

We try to answer all questions we receive, but are not able to reply individually to all messages. However, we do read all comments and messages.

We monitor and respond to messages during business hours only.

Direct messages through Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn are not considered official correspondence. You should contact us by phone, email or in writing if you have a:

  • formal request, appeal, comment or enquiry
  • complaint against staff or services
  • response to an item for public consultation

Terms and conditions

We expect that participants will treat each other, as well as QRIDA and our employees, with respect. We will remove comments that contain vulgar or abusive language, personal attacks of any kind, offensive terms that target specific ethnic or racial groups, and comments that do not remain on topic or are not productive. We will also remove comments that are spam, promote services or products, or contain party political references.

We reserve the right to delete any content posted by you on departmental social media channels. QRIDA accepts no liability for any loss arising out of or in connection with such removal.

QRIDA may report users posting inappropriate or offensive material and shall not be obliged to reinstate any individual it blocks.

QRIDA does not guarantee or warrant that information posted by individuals on the social media sites is correct, and disclaims any liability for any loss or damage resulting from reliance on such information.

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Last updated
17 December 2019