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INVESTIGATION 2: Tom Tate, Frankie Four-names and the piggy forestry bonds

In the second part of an investigation into colourful Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate, managing editor ...  
The Mt Coot-tha zipline project — what is Brisbane Council hiding?

A proposed zipline project at Mt Coot-tha, which promises to have community and economic benefits ...  
BOOK REVIEW: A Long Way From No Go by Tjanara Goreng Goreng

If you’re not faint hearted, and your mind, spirit and soul are open to hearing some hideous ...  
The big koala extinction cover-up

Queensland koalas have been translocated under the guise of "scientific purposes" without a ...  
Trump and Trev’s big, straight, award winning ‒ or losing ‒ lies

Donald Trump’s credibility sinks to hellish depths in Helsinki, while Big Trev gets caught ...  
Koala population endangered by Gold Coast development

A major urban development on the Gold Coast is moving in on a natural koala habitat whose resid ...  
Resisting the death penalty: An event with advocate Richard Bourke

Richard Bourke, an Australian lawyer working in the United States on death penalty cases, will be ...  
The Linc stink: Queensland’s biggest environmental disaster

Linc Energy has been found guilty of wilfully causing serious environmental harm at its undergr ...  
CSG waste trail: Where has all the contaminated fracking filth gone?

Recent reductions in regulatory oversight of fracking operations have raised serious questions ...  
New Hope Coal expansion: Governments stand aside as temperatures rise

For our Queensland and Federal governments to continue to act in favour of coal-based vested ...  
Time for political parties to step up as Ipswich Council faces the sack

Council corruption will continue to thrive as long as political parties are represented in name ...  
The plus-and-minus Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games wound up on the weekend on Queensland’s Gold Coast with a familiar mix of ...  
Queensland Police's Orwellian 'Fixated Persons Unit'

A secretive branch of the Queensland Police has Big Brother's shadow looming over it, writes Chris ...  
Stopping Adani’s dirty mine: Our politicians’ love affair with fossil fuels

Senior editor Michelle Pini reports on recent developments in the fight to stop the Adani Carmi ...  
The power and the folly: Will Adani go down like Gunns?

The Adani and Gunns parallels demonstrate Australian politicians are completely controlled by the ...  
Two small primary schools and their mottos: A case study

Experienced educator Dr Lee Duffield looks at the mottos and exhortations of two neightbouring ...  
Review: 'Maaate! Bribe-proofing the public purse against good blokes'

Robert Jones reviews 'Maaate! Bribe-proofing the public purse against good blokes' — a harrowing ...  
Labor wins majority in Queensland — but now faces fresh challenges

Labor has moved from minority status to holding 48 of the 93 seats in the Queensland parliament ...