Topic

economic justice

259 petitions

Update posted 2 days ago

Petition to Mayor Tom Tate, Anna Palaszczuk, Mark Furner MP

We want Mayor Tom Tate Dismissed. We want a Gold Coast Council that listens to Ratepayers

Mayor Tate is consistently disregarding the opinions of the Residents and Ratepayers of the Gold Coast. Mayor Tom Tate, Cr Cameron Caldwell and The Gold Coast City Council are approving High Density High Rises with excessive unit numbers to be built along the Gold Coast Highway from Palm Beach to Greenmount. Stop The GCCC Now before more are approved... Turning the Southern End of The Gold Coast into Surfers Paradise!!!! The Light Rail will change Development Zonings to allow for even more of these HIGH RISES THAT DO NOT FOLLOW THE CITY PLAN or COUNCIL GUIDELINES. As we have seen on the 4 Corners programme, DEVELOPER DONATIONS ARE LEGAL, BUT ARE THEY ETHICAL? Would you like to see that Law changed? No Developer Donations, No Town Planner Donations. Tell our Premier to change the Law now. Mates getting Mates Rich? After watching 4 Corners, would you like to see our Mayor removed from his position? We want to see the full report on the CST and not the REDACTED FEASIBILITY STUDY, THAT WE, THE RATEPAYER PAID FOR.  WE DO NOT WANT AN UNSAFE AND UNPOPULAR CRUISE SHIP TERMINAL. WE WANT OUR BURLEIGH HILL PRIORITY KOALA CONSERVATION AREA TO BE SAVED FROM THE LIGHT RAIL.   WE WANT OUR COMMUNITIES TO KEEP SOME REMNANTS FROM THE "PAST" GOLD COAST. WE DO NOT WANT GIANT HIGH DENSITY HIGH RISES FROM ONE END OF THE GOLD COAST TO THE OTHER. WE DO NOT WANT HIGH DENSITY HIGH RISES DESTROYING OUR COASTAL COMMUNITIES AND CASTING SHADOWS ON OUR BEACHES. WE WANT TO KEEP OUR GREEN SPACE. WE DO NOT WANT LAKES FILLED IN FOR CARPARKS OR DEVELOPMENTS. WE DO NOT WANT OUR PUBLIC OR CROWN LAND SOLD OR GIVEN AWAY SO OUR MAYOR CAN BUILD A CASINO OR CST.  WE DO NOT WANT GOLF COURSES TURNED INTO RETIREMENT DEVELOPMENTS. WE DO NOT WANT OUR RECREATIONAL AREAS TAKEN FROM US SO THAT OUR MAYOR CAN BUILD A CASINO. WE DO NOT WANT LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION 3B ALONG THE GOLD COAST HIGHWAY THRU BURLEIGH AND PALM BEACH. THERE ARE ALTERNATIVE ROUTES. LIGHT RAIL TO ROBINA or VARSITY STATIONS TO MEET HEAVY RAIL. EXTEND HEAVY RAIL TO THE COOLANGATTA AIRPORT AS PER MAYOR TATE’S ELECTION PROMISE. FIX THE M1. WE DEMAND THE CITY PLAN BE ENFORCED SO THAT DEVELOPMENTS ADHERE TO GUIDELINES. NO MORE HIGH DENSITY HIGH RISES WITH TOO MANY BEDROOMS AND INADEQUATE CAR SPACES NUMBERS. Listen to this Podcast http://www.4crb.com/index_htm_files/Kent%20&%20Deborah%20Kelly%2028-11-2017%20Amended.Edit.mp3 WE WANT A MAYOR THAT RESIDENTS AND RATEPAYERS CAN BE PROUD OF.

Karen Rowles
2,430 supporters
Update posted 1 week ago

Petition to The House of Representatives. Parliament Buildings Private Bag 18041 Wellington 6160 New Zealand

Increase funding for Radio New Zealand in this year's Budget. (Petition still going)

Authorised by A. Newman, 29 Bradford St, Waihi.    UPDATE (11/9/16): If you wish to donate to this page, the link to the Give a little is here: https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/fundrnzcampaign NB: the donation page which comes up after signing this petition is for Change.org and has nothing to do with the #FundRNZ campaign. UPDATE (20/8/16): Change.org has added an option to donate for petition signers. The money won't go to #FundRNZ, but to Change.org to increase the circulation of the petition. UPDATE (31/5/16): This petition will continue to run because RNZ received no extra funding this year and is still in financial trouble. Every signature is a vote to give Radio New Zealand more funding. Please continue to sign and share this petition. Please see below the original text of the petition. Radio New Zealand Limited, New Zealand’s only public service broadcaster. It delivers high-quality, impartial, journalism and a wide variety of content, including coverage of issues in the Pacific region. This organisation has had its funding frozen for at least eight years. RNZ deserves a funding increase in this year's Budget because it needs to be properly resourced, not just this year, but in future years so that it can continue to deliver on its charter and provide the same standard of content that has given RNZ its fine reputation. Please sign this petition if you care about the future of RNZ and share it with your networks. 

Jo Bond
11,460 supporters