Campaigns

State Election Day 2015
Helping out on State Election Day 

 

Our next election campaign is the Queensland State election which will be held on Saturday 31 October 2020.

The Annerley Branch will be assisting with the campaigns for the seats of South Brisbane and Miller.

The Annerley Branch also regularly assists with continuous campaigning activities in the federal seats of Moreton and Griffith and the Brisbane City Council Wards of Coorparoo, Holland Park, Moorooka, Tennyson and The Gabba. For more information about these activities, please email info@annerleylabor.org.

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Community Campaign – Lowering the speed limit at Annerley Junction

Due to rising number of accidents and fatalities, the Annerley Branch is supporting the efforts of Mark Bailey MP and the wider community to lower the speed limit at Annerley Junction. The LNP dominated Council refuses to accept the dangerous conditions that our local residents and their children face each day. With your support we can build a successful campaign to address this important local issue.

For more information about this ongoing campaign, please contact us at info@annerleylabor.org.

A Better Community Hall for Annerley

Long neglected by the LNP Brisbane City Council, the Annerley Branch is keen to see improved community hall facilities for our local area established. Our community is growing and unfortunately we are lacking decent public spaces to meet our needs. Essentially, its time for re-developing and expanding the existing library and community hall.

For more information about this campaign, and how you can help, please contact us at info@annerleylabor.org.

Union Campaigns

The Annerley Branch is a proud supporter of many ongoing union campaigns to improve the working conditions for all Australians. Many of our members helped out with the campaign to protect penalty rates as well as the broader ACTU campaign to ‘Change the Rules’ to make our industrial relations system fairer for everyone.

To find out more about these campaigns, visit australianunions.org.au.