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PO Box 3948
SOUTH BRISBANE  QLD  4101

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0408 841 595

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  • commented 2017-03-29 11:35:39 +1000
    Good morning,

    I hopefully will be attending the event tonight at Coorparoo Secondary College.


    I have recently moved into a new area, The Somerset Region, and would like to commence in the future, an alliance. Possibly advertise in local rag and organise a meeting and info session.


    Any ideas to start some sort of foundation??


    Cheers

    Bradley
  • commented 2017-03-09 07:15:52 +1000
    Hi! I produce a social justice radio show on 4ZZZ/Zed Digital in Brisbane. I’m interested in interviewing someone about the Alliance, what you do and your upcoming events. It can be in person or by phone. Is this something you would be intersted in? Cheers, Kim
  • commented 2017-02-10 14:00:06 +1000
    Good Afternoon, I’d like to arrange an appointment to meet with Dave Coleman to discuss possible links with our new project Compassionate Gold Coast. If possible, I could meet next Wednesday 15 February in Brisbane. I can be reach by mobile or email most times. I’ll look forward to David’s call. Thank you! Terry
  • commented 2016-11-24 08:52:11 +1000
    PCH actually quite well connected with both arterial and radial services:


    https://www.health.qld.gov.au/tpch/documents/bus_stops.pdf


    The parking should prioritize patients and shift-workers who need to drive.


    Mark


    Previous message:


    I wonder if they have explored cleaner and more sustainable travel options other than just cheaper parking – see article below.


    Of course there needs to be parking for the sick and disabled but I am sure a lot of able-bodied people are driving who don’t really need to.


    After all we would have less respiratory complaints and therefore less demand for hospital care if less people drove!


    Protesters rally over rising costs


    23 Nov 2016 • Northside Chronicle,


    NORTHSIDE residents, tired of inflated hospital parking prices, stepped out in protest at the weekend, calling on Metro Parking Management to meet with them. Queensland Community Alliance organiser Dave Copeman said more than 200 people from the Kenmore/ Chermside Uniting Church, Stafford Anglican Parish, Queensland Nurses Union, Together, Queensland African Community Council and Stafford Catholic Parish met last Thursday to discuss community concerns.


    Active Travel – Cleaner Air – Healthy people!


    Mark Taylor

    Senior Program Officer – Pollution Control and Legislation
  • commented 2016-11-23 15:47:52 +1000
    I wonder if we have explored cleaner and more sustainable travel options other than just cheaper parking.


    Of course there needs to be parking for the sick and disabled but I am sure a lot of able-bodied people are driving who don’t really need to.


    After all we would have less respiratory complaints and therefore less demand for hospital care if less people drove!


    Protesters rally over rising costs

    23 Nov 2016 • Northside Chronicle,


    NORTHSIDE residents, tired of inflated hospital parking prices, stepped out in protest at the weekend, calling on Metro Parking Management to meet with them. Queensland Community Alliance organiser Dave Copeman said more than 200 people from the Kenmore/ Chermside Uniting Church, Stafford Anglican Parish, Queensland Nurses Union, Together, Queensland African Community Council and Stafford Catholic Parish met last Thursday to discuss community concerns.

  • commented 2016-11-15 15:05:06 +1000
  • commented 2016-09-22 12:08:13 +1000
    Hi I am concerned about the 5 year late – stop a nuclear power plant leak- at the Fukushima

    power plant. Can alliances and government officials help put the right rep (a Japanese Asian) in front of the TEPCO, and find what needs to be done to stop this LEAk!!!!
  • commented 2016-09-02 14:06:25 +1000
    I’m looking to start something in Logan. Sorry I didn’t specify.
  • commented 2016-08-19 15:26:37 +1000
    Good Afternoon


    I am keen to assist in any activity within the Ipswich region.


    Talk Soon

    James
  • commented 2016-08-19 13:49:27 +1000
    Hello, I’m looking to get in contact with groups in my area because I would like to start an environment group. Would I be able to talk to someone? A friend suggested that I speak to Devett Kennedy
  • commented 2016-08-05 09:38:06 +1000
    Hi,


    Joe contacting you from Act on Alcohol, I am a community development officer interested in knowing how our initiative can be involved in supporting this campaign. Please contact me through email if there is a way that we can help.


    Our website encase you needed more info about us is: http://actonalcohol.org.au/


    Warm regards,

    Joe
  • commented 2016-04-26 15:44:01 +1000
    Hello ! Greetings from Ukraine ! Your community want to report on their news blog: https://sveola.blogspot.com
  • commented 2016-03-26 20:38:51 +1000
  • commented 2016-03-16 10:03:15 +1000
    Lynne Feldon from Church of Christ has asked me to contact Dave re the workshop that was to be held on the 21 and 22 of April. She has also asked me to become more involved in the Community Alliance on behalf of the Church of Christ as her time is so limited which I feel very willing to do could you contact me on 0447 355 352 as a few people have expressed interest in this workshop
  • commented 2015-11-08 11:10:54 +1000
    Hi I see you have a public transport working group. I wonder if you also have a working group for people who want to get around by bicycle? Bicycles are a good form of transport for short trips ( shops, school, the park) and most people have a bicycle, but many people are afraid to ride on the road because of the danger from motor vehicles. A third of our residents in Brisbane and Logan do not have a driver’s licence. Public transport is expensive and does not offer door to door service. The bicycle has the potential to enable may people who are disenfranchised by out current transport system the opportunity for cheap and convenient transport. We just need political will to make it easy and convenient for people who want to get about by bike.
  • commented 2015-09-28 10:59:43 +1000
    My name is Abhay and I am a volunteer with Oaktree – we are young people leading a movement to end poverty.


    Right now, we’re launching our newest campaign – ‘Collective Future’, in which we are holding a major Speaking Tour, where we have invited speakers from countries like Cambodia, Papua New Guinea, etc in all major cities in the coming weeks.


    As the entire proceeds of the ticket sales would go to the development and education of underprivileged children in developing countries, I ask for your kind support for our upcoming event. We would be obliged if any of your representatives could come to hear our speakers. Here’s the link:


    oaktree.eventbrite.com


    At Oaktree, we see climate change and poverty alleviation as two deeply interconnected issues – with the worst effects of climate change having a disproportionate impact on the livelihood of the world’s most impoverished, vulnerable people.


    We are taking action – to build a collective future that we can all be proud of.