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

School growth pain

TOOWONG residents appear to have had a small win in their battle against a bid to double the size of the local selective high school.

Wait lists swamping after-school care places

WESTSIDE parents are struggling to get their children into after-school care facilities, with wait lists swamped and some schools almost unable to offer places to next year's Prep kids.

Riverfront units back on : QM Properties buys St Lucia site, vows to press ahead

LEADING Queensland developer QM Properties has confirmed it has bought a controversial site on an exclusive Brisbane riverfront street and will build a 26-unit residential tower there.

Queensland's ban on PFAS firefighting foam questioned by professor

Queensland's looming ban on firefighting foams containing toxic PFAS chemicals could falter because a lack of suitable, non-toxic alternatives, a leading chemistry academic warns.

Speech on Ipswich City Council dissolution

I spoke in Parliament on the government's bill to dissolve the Ipswich City Council. 

Customers risk scraping bums on Brisbane zipline

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.

Adani under investigation by Department of Environment

Questions from Greens MP Michael Berkman in budget estimates this afternoon have revealed that the Department of Environment is currently investigating Adani over its Carmichael coal mine.

Health Minister’s “wait and hope” approach to free abortion access not good enough

31 July 2018 Greens MP Michael Berkman has called on Labor to plan for free, universal access to abortion services after the Health Minister outlined a “wait and hope” approach to reducing out-of-pocket costs.

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