Vegetation laws useless without enforcement

Jo Bragg, Greens' candidate for South Brisbane, was responding to Minister Cripps' announcement yesterday of a review of enforcement of the Vegetation Management Act.

Review of committee system must enhance parliamentary scrutiny, not further undermine it

The Greens have urged the LNP to adopt a more innovative approach to their planned restructure of the parliamentary committee system if the committees are to have any hope of serving their intended purpose of bringing scrutiny and public input to government decision making.

Overloaded opposition yet another blow to parliamentary accountability in Qld

Greens offer energy, principles and fresh thinking

Bartlett And Bragg make Green commitments on growth issues

Today the Queensland Greens back the community call for a review of the Local Area Plan in South Brisbane and West End.The Greens  have made a number of further committments on growth and development that involve both local government actions and actions by State government.

Last week, Andrew Bartlett, Greens Candidate for Lord Mayor of Brisbane and Jo Bragg, Greens candidate for the South Brisbane by-election, met with David Gill (representing body corporates of Zen. Que & Silhouette) to hear details of the 30 storey Aria development in Edmondstone St. This development was approved next to 4 and 5 storey residential developments without public notification, without community submissions and without any appeal rights.

Democracy for $ale

City-South news created an online story about Lee Rhiannon's visit and political donations quoting local candidates.