The Queensland Greens are holding their annual state conference in Brisbane this weekend to finalise policies and campaign plans for next year’s state election.
Convenor of the Greens, Andrew Bartlett, said the party would be fielding candidates in the vast majority of seats across the state, backed up by a wide ranging suite of policies.
“G20 visitors get free public transport while residents have to pay their own way, to get out of the way.
“Brisbane has the most expensive bus and train tickets in the country. It is more expensive to travel one km in Brisbane than any other capital city in Australia.” Said Greens spokesperson and Indooroopilly candidate, Jake Schoermer, today.
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“The cracks are beginning to show in the outdated approaches to the energy industry by both major parties. “ Queensland Greens Energy spokesperson, Dr Scott Thomson, said today.
“Leasing the grid just perpetuates and locks in the problems.