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EXCLUSIVE: Queensland Government damns the Paradise Dam

Why is the Queensland Government so desperate to knock down or massively reduce a huge dam it ...  
Gas and resource companies prevail over common good

The Government has prioritised the interests of resource companies over rural communities and the ...  
Suicidal patients are being turned away by Queensland mental health units

Luke Williams shares his experience of dealing with mental health units unwilling to help suicidal ...  
‘Hard Yakka’: Yuggera people fight for sovereignty over Deebing Creek

'Your system fails us, we gotta protect our kids — and our dead.' Michael R Williams intervi ...  
Favours, deals and deception: Mining in Queensland

Sand mining will finally end at the last mine on North Stradbroke Island, off Brisbane, when the ...  
BRISBANE EVENT: Justice for Julian

Independent Australia is co-hosting a public event together with the Queensland Council for ...  
Community bands together to fight devastating drought

They call themselves the Sunshine Coast Water Angels.   
Queensland's National Party $52.5 million land scandal

In the National Party's final days, a plot of land in the Brisbane CBD was purchased by the ...  
More mental health funding is needed in Queensland’s rural areas

Due to lack of funding, counsellors in rural Queensland are being overworked and having resources ...  
BOOK REVIEW: The Most Dangerous Detective: The Outrageous Glen Patrick Hallahan

Dr John Jiggens reviews a book that explores the dark underbelly of Queensland police corruption ...  
Palaszczuk Government sets us back to the Joh era

While progress has been made towards empowering women in Queensland politics, there is still much ...  
Littleproud fiddles while Australia burns

As bushfires ravage Australia, David Littleproud and the entire Coalition appear deaf, dumb and ...  
Remembering Bjelke-Petersen's abject reign

Life under Joh was no joke. In fact, for a lot of people it was downright dangerous, writes ...  
Brush-tailed rock wallaby on the brink of extinction

The brush-tailed rock wallaby is critically endangered in Victoria but only listed as vulnerable ...  
The cost of the Adani mine on the planet's health and our own

Continuing the use of coal as an energy source will not only further cripple the environment but ...  
Morrison's victory was built on Australian identity politics

Identity politics is not only within the orbit of the left: it was harnessed by the Coalition to ...  
Will the Coalition lose after all?

With so many right-wing candidates in Queensland, do Labor and the Greens stand a chance to ...  
The women changing Australia are mainly in Queensland

The six top leadership positions in Queensland are all held by women but the mainstream media has ...  

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