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Celebrating our zipline win

Celebrating community power! Our zipline win


Voting for people in prison a step forward, but practical barrier remain

Thursday 2 May 2019 In response to the government’s announcement yesterday that people in prison will get the right to vote in State and local government elections, Greens MP Michael Berkman said: 


Qld Labor and LNP on a unity ticket supporting Adani

Thursday 18 April 2019 A Labor-dominated Queensland Parliamentary committee has recommended that the Greens Bill to stop all coal mining in the Galilee Basin, including Adani, should not be passed. Labor and LNP members were unanimous in opposing the Bill.


Survey asks what you want built at old ABC Brisbane site

Politicians from all three levels of government have come out in a renewed push to reclaim the old ABC Toowong site for the people.


Disabled locked out of dozens of train stations

Fewer than two-thirds of Queensland’s 152 train stations will be accessible to disabled people by the Federal Government’s 2022 deadline.


Union plays down Glencore's decision to cap coal production

Mining giant Glencore's decision to cap its coal production will not halt the growth of Australia's exports, the CFMEU has argued, despite claims it represents a shift away from coal.


Queenslanders lose record $2.4 billion to poker machines

Queenslanders lost more than $6 million a day, or a staggering $4572 every minute, to poker machines in clubs and hotels last year.


Cheerleading MPs will sacrifice city to incinerator: Greens.

RESIDENTS in Ipswich are being sacrificed as the state government and cheerleading local MPs support Remondis' proposed incinerator, the Greens say.


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