Tony Fitzgerald QC commented in 2009 that ‘Neither side of politics is interested in these [government integrity and accountability] issues except for short-term political advantage as each enjoys or plots impatiently for its turn at the privileges and opportunities which accompany power.’
The Queensland Greens claim that too many former government ministers have become rich after leaving parliament using government knowledge and influence.
The Queensland Greens were responding to the latest allegations that Jim Elder was working for Hancock Resources when the company purchased Queensland state forests during privatisation of government assets in 2010.
On Wednesday The Australian reprinted from the Wall Street Journal the now infamous Open Letter “No Need to Panic About Global Warming”, prompting me to write the following letter, but although t
At the time of writing the Queensland Labor Party have yet to announce a candidate for Moggill.
"It is highly disappointing to see that Labor have not even had the gumption to seek to challenge the LNP", said Greens candidate Jake Schoermer in a statement.