Yatala Residents Alliance

Petrina Maizey, Greens Candidate for Albert: Response to Yatala Residents Alliance request for comment on issues affecting the area

Thank you for this opportunity to present the Greens perspective on finding solutions for the pressures of your area.

Greens behind the Gold Coast!

As the sixth largest Australian city, a close second in population to Brisbane, the Queensland Greens is giving the major environmental issues of the Gold Coast well deserved attention in the 2012 State Election.

Waste not your vote on LNP policy

Gold Coast Greens are cautioning locals not to dump their vote when considering the management of massive regional population waste issues.

 “The LNP catch-cry is ‘stopping the waste’,” Albert Candidate Petrina Maizey said, “but Campbell’s promise to repeal the 2011 Waste Reduction Act means a mountain of rubbish none of us can handle.

How low can they go?

The Gold Coast Greens have strongly denounced the Katter Party’s controversial advertising strategy as sullying political debate in Australia, causing pain to members of the community, and inciting hatred.

Springbrook miraculous event

Isn’t it great news that two rare frog species not seen for forty years have been discovered on Springbrook, the World Heritage jewel in the Gold Coast’s otherwise slipping crown?

Stop the quarry Ormeau

Thank you very much for giving me the opportunity to express my views and position as the Greens Candidate for Albert on the range of issues surrounding quarrying activity in the Ormeau area, as well as the overall effects of this mushrooming industry across Queensland as increasing population impacts continue to be felt.

Holistic Issues: Population expansion needs

Response to the School Library Association Of Queensland:

Free tagging: 

·       The profession of teacher librarianship and its value in building a literate and information literate nation?

Article for The Senior newspaper: Greens policies for seniors

For Greens, seniors are society’s most valuable asset. Many involved Greens members are knowledgeable seniors, contributing diversely to their communities, supporting extended families, and still studying. While Greens anticipate the potential challenges, they promote society’s gains from our ageing population.