Palliative care is one of the failures of Queensland Health under Labor.
The various Ministers for Health under Labor have neglected putting in place a comprehensive palliative care service that is community based so that relatives do not have to travel unnecessarily to spend time with their loved ones before they die.
The Queensland Greens have responded to an attack from the LNP by spoofing Tim Nicholls’ exaggerated view of NGOs and the Greens which are currently standing up against the ravages of foreign coal and gas development on rural landowners.
The Queensland Greens have welcomed news of the Australian Reef Pilots - planned submission to state and federal governments on the problems posed by increased coal shipping through the Great Barrier Reef.
Greens Candidate for South Brisbane, Ms. Jo Bragg, spoke with residents affected by dust or noise from uncovered coal wagons on Saturday 10 March and Sunday 11 March.
Ms. Jo Bragg said,
The Queensland Greens will be participating in today's Food Security protests and public meeting at Brisbane's Convention Centre. The events have been organised by the community group Lock the Gate.
The anti-gay marriage advertisement by Katter’s Australian Party again shows how out of touch the new party is toward the views of ordinary Queenslanders, the Australian Greens said today.
“The party’s latest ad is an insult to Queenslanders,” Greens’ marriage equality spokesperson, Sen. Sarah Hanson-Young, said today in Ashgrove.
“The LNP are clearly out to wreck the Queensland State school system” says Andy Grodecki, Greens candidate for Beaudesert. “The Beaudesert electorate has 17 small state schools that are close to where rural families live.
Why I am asking for your vote – Candidate response to Boonah & District LeaderQuestion
As your member for Beaudesert and with the Greens with the balance of power, I want to develop a Queensland economy that is diverse and resilient and protects our way of life over the long term.
Only the Greens offer Queensland an entirely consistent position on uranium mining and the nuclear industry.
‘The ALP says that they will retain Queensland’s uranium mining ban, but they permit exploration and federally they are looking to expand markets for Australian uranium,’ said Queensland Greens lead candidate and candidate for Mt Coot-tha, Adam Stone.