Anti-Adani protesters cover MPs in black confetti

Anti-Adani protesters have infiltrated Queensland Parliament and staged a protest during Question Time.

Anti-Adani protesters allegedly confetti bomb State Parliament

THE Clerk of State Parliament has directed police to issue several anti-Adani protesters with a summons to appear in court after they were ejected from the House this morning when they allegedly showered MPs with black confetti.

Question Time: Adani prosecution?

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Bumps ahead for zipline : mapping data appears to cast doubt on BCC clearing claims

TOPOGRAPHICAL data of Mt Coot-tha has revealed two hills right in the middle of the route of what is proposed to be, by far, the longest zipline in Australia.

Indigenous group takes anti-Adani fight to the United Nations claiming human rights violation

Traditional owners fighting Adani's proposed Carmichael mine in Queensland have urged the United Nations to urgently intervene by formally censuring Australia at a meeting in Geneva this month.

Access program derailed: Government admits rail disability program behind schedule

IT is "appalling" the State Government will not meet a 2022 federal deadline to make all suburban train stations accessible to people with mobility problems, state Greens MP for Maiwar, Michael Berkman, says.

Adani mine battle turns into a native title fight

THE protest against the Adani megamine has switched from attacking the company and the project to demanding the State Government not extinguish native title on the mine site.

Call for new school in inner-West

Greens MP Michael Berkman says the inner-West needs a new school.

Where's the fun in censoring satire?

THIS week I exercised my right as a citizen of Queensland and signed an online petition on State Parliament's website.

School expansion ‘not so smart’

Concerns over QASMT expansion

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