Have your say directly to the Brisbane City Council Your City Your Say by emailing them at
Moreton Bay Ratepayers Action Group Inc. - Pine Rivers South:
- Chairman - Geoff McKay
- PO Box 182, Clontarf Beach, 4019
- Watchdog on Council's rates, charges, fees, expenditure, provision of infrastructure & services
- Responsibly & fairly to represent the aims of all ratepayers
Queensland Ombudsman – “It’s OK to complain”
- Investigates complaints about state government agencies and local councils
- Offers a free and independent investigation service
3005 7000 or 1800 068 908
- Dale Shuttleworth MP
- Shop 14, Ferny Grove Shopping Village, cnr McGinn & Archdale Rds, Ferny Grove QLD 4055
- Postal address: PO Box 102, Ferny Hills DC QLD 4055
- Phone: (07) 3851 1570
- Fax: (07) 3851 1261
- Website: http://www.daleshuttleworth.com.au
- Premier Campbell Newman
- Postal address: PO Box 15185, City East QLD 4002
- Phone: 07 3224 4500
- Fax: 07 3221 3631
- Contact email: http://www.thepremier.qld.gov.au/tools/contactform.aspx
- Website: http://www.thepremier.qld.gov.au/
E-Petitions to the Queensland Government
The Queensland Government has a website for you to have your say on consultations open to the
public. To find out what consultations are currently open and to have your say on these matters head to
- Mrs Jane Prentice MP - Liberal Party of Australia
- Electorate Office: 636 Moggill Road, Chapel Hill QLD 4069
- Tel: 3378 1599 (Electorate Office); (02) 6277 4426 (Parliament House)
- Online: Contact Form
- The Hon Peter Dutton MP
- Shop 3/ 199 Gympie Rd, Strathpine
- PO Box 2012, Strathpine Centre Q 4500
- Phone: 3205 9977; Fax 3205 5111 (Electoral Office) (02) 6277 4884 (Parliament)
The Queensland Senators are:
- Senator the Hon George Brandis SC - Liberal
- Senator Barnaby Joyce - Nationals
- Senator the Hon Joe Ludwig - ALP
- Senator the Hon Jan McLucas - ALP
- Senator the Hon Brett Mason - Liberal
- Senator Larissa Waters - The Greens
- Senator The Hon Ron Boswell -Nationals
- Senator Sue Boyce - Liberal
- Senator Mark Furner - ALP
- Senator the Hon John Hogg - ALP
- Senator the Hon Ian Macdonald - Liberal
- Senator Claire Moore - ALP
Getup is a community of citizens within Australia who take action on major issues. If you join their mailing list you decide on any projects you put your name to. Online campaigning on issues in Australia.
www.electionleaflets.org.au has the primary goal of accountability, by giving leaflets visibility, so that party tactics and promises that politicians are making out in local electorates are visible and people can be held to account.
OpenAustralia scans and publishes online the declarations of MPs’ and senators’ interests. You can have details emailed to you to follow what your local member says in parliament. There are also links here to members' web pages, to Wikipedia pages for them, and to other pages for them. This also provides access to all the debates in parliament, and what each member or senator had to say on it.
Tweet MP tracks politicans’ activities on Twitter. This includes the Twitter addresses for politicians who are using it, so that you can easily tweet them with a question. For example:
- What is your position on ....?
- @peter_dutton Will you support us in ...?
Facebook has pages for some of our politicians, and has already proven a powerful medium for local citizens' voice achieving outcomes.
Avaaz is a community of global citizens who take action on the major issues facing the world today. Their website details their actions and the results. Online campaigning on issues globally
WikiLeaks provides straight disclosure of almost anything people want disclosed and have access to, using state-of-the-art encryption to bounce stuff around the internet to hide trails, passing it through legal jurisdictions like Sweden and Belgium, to protect the identity of the leaker. Julian Assange operates it.