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Question Time: Protecting Deebing Creek

On Thursday 28 March 2019, Michael asked if the government would support the Yuggera Ugarapul people by acquiring and properly protecting Deebing Creek


Speech on Justice Legislation (Links to Terrorist Activity) Amendment Bill 2018

On Thursday 28 March 2019, Michael Berkman spoke on Justice Legislation (Links to Terrorist Activity) Amendment Bill 2018


Speech on Nature Conservation (Special Wildlife Reserves) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018

On Wednesday 27 March 2019, Michael spoke on The Nature Conservation (Special Wildlife Reserves) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill.


Speech on Guardianship and Administration and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018

On Tuesday 26 March 2019, Michael Berkman spoke on the Guardianship and Administration and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2018.


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.


Question Time: Pill Testing

On Thursday 28 February 2019, Michael asked the Premier how Labor can justify allowing new coal mining and gas fracking even after she admitted that climate change is making natural disasters even worse.


Adjournment Speech on ABC Site Buy Back

On Thursday 28 February 2019, Michael spoke on the ABC Site Buy Back in Toowong.


Contribution to Debate on Human Rights Bill 2018

On Wednesday 27 March 2019, Michael Berkman contributed to the debate on the Human Rights Bill 2018.


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.


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