Senate Inquiry on the Reef

The Senate Environment and Communications References Committee inquiry into the Great Barrier Reef is holding its' second public hearing in Mackay today after Brisbane yesterday and will be in Townsville tomorrow.

Queensland Greens spokesperson Jonathon Dykyj has been present at the hearing.

Premiers Freudian Slip

‘In what is a clear Freudian slip Premier Campbell Newman has said that Queenslanders were his servants, is this really what the premier thinks of hard working Queenslanders?’ Said Janina Leo, Greens candidate for Springwood.
 

GREENS VOTERS TO MAKE THE DIFFERENCE IN STAFFORD


Greens say secret law changes to help LNP donor shows urgent need for change

Greens condemn Tim Nicholls' disgraceful attack on Queensland's solar users

The Queensland Greens have labelled the state Treasurer, Tim Nicholls, as "pathetic" for his cowardly attacks on the many thousands of Queenslanders who use solar energy.

Greens are safest choice in fight against LNP's privatisation con

The Queensland Greens say the state government's budget has ignored the environment and gives no guarantee that key services will not be 

LNP electoral reforms put donations ahead of cleaner politics

Greens Convener Andrew Bartlett has condemned the Queensland LNP Government's changes to the state's electoral laws.

QCoal & ICAC events show Newman must change direction on donations

The Queensland Greens have urged Premier Campbell Newman to change direction and tighten controls on political donations. The LNP government is planning to remove an existing cap on political donations and increase the size of anonymous donations allowed to over $12 000.

State government name calling while putting quality public health care at risk

The Queensland Greens say the state government is being immature and arrogant in manufacturing and mishandling the dispute with public hospital doctors.
 

Greens comment on proposed Palmer-Katter merger

 
The Greens say reports of a planner merger between the Palmer and Katter political parties in Queensland shows the need for a strong pro-environment political force to counter them at the next state election.