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Qld corruption reforms not enough: Greens

The Greens' sole representative in Queensland's parliament says a raft of proposed anti-corruption reforms do not go far enough.


Greens MP takes steps to end political corruption

Corporate political donations in the firing line.


Greens MP angered by retrograde recycling decision

Queensland Greens propose investment in real waste management solutions


Decriminalise abortion

Michael Berkman calls for swift action to decriminalise abortion in Queensland.


Cross River Rail announcement first step towards public transport as a basic right

The Queensland Greens are today cautiously welcoming of the announcement by Federal Opposition Leader, Bill Shorten, of funding for the delivery and operation of Cross River Rail.


The Queensland Greens express solidarity with Dylan Voller following news he is in hospital after an incident in police custody

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders are far more likely to be a target of the police or justice system, and be harmed or die after coming in contact that system than their non-Indigenous counterparts, says Queensland Greens State MP, Michael Berkman.


Community BBQ 21 April

Join me for a free BBQ and community get-together at Perrin Park.


First Greens MP has big list of priorities for his first term in parliament

He’s the first Greens candidate to be elected to Queensland’s Parliament and Michael Berkman, who won the seat of Maiwar from former Newman government minister Scott Emerson, already has plenty on his to-do list.


Qld Greens to Labor: stop ripping us off and get behind our Power for People Plan

Following yet another report that shows Queensland Labor is ripping off Queenslanders on their power bills, the Queensland Greens have called on the Queensland Labor Government to adopt their Power for People Plan.


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