Don’t Sell our School
  • Petitioned Premier Campbell Newman and the LNP State Government

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Premier Campbell Newman and the LNP State Government

Don’t Sell our School

    1. Kevin Rudd
    2. Petition by

      Kevin Rudd

      Morningside, Australia

We call on Premier Campbell Newman and John Paul Langbroek to reverse the decision to sell a well used and popular oval at Balmoral State High School.

This oval is used by 3,000 students from Balmoral High, Bulimba, Morningside, Norman Park, Seven Hills, Cannon Hill and Murarrie Primary Schools as well as numerous community sporting groups and local families.

Help us save Balmoral High. Help us protect the land of all Brisbane schools.

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    • gordon bowler AUSTRALIA
      • 12 months ago

      sell the land for a one off sale $ and will never be recovered if needed in the future: a short sighted madness by public servants who make decision from their desk in the city "ivory tower ...

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    • Sam Hilty MORNINGSIDE, AUSTRALIA
      • 12 months ago

      We need more (not less!) green spaces now & in the future!

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    • Catherine Gibson AUSTRALIA
      • 12 months ago

      My grandchildren live in the area and use the grounds regularly. Where does this pillaging of community resources end? Perhaps Newman's pay increase could go towards the deficit?

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    • Aaron Self CAMIRA, AUSTRALIA
      • about 1 year ago

      As a former student of BSHS & a current user of Qld State School oval for my own children's sporting activities I know 1st hand how such ovals are a valued asset to the greater community.

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    • Kym Geier HAWTHORNE, AUSTRALIA
      • about 1 year ago

      Children need space to play. There is only so much land available.

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