Brisbane

Rally and picket outside the Queensland parliament as debate on Rob Pyne's abortion bills begins. (The vote could be taken that night.)

Speakers Corner, outside Parliament, George St, Brisbane.

4pm picket, 5:30pm rally

Organised by Women's Abortion Rights Campaign

Classic satire on alienation under capitalist industry. Food and drinks available from 6.30pm. Activist Centre, 74B Wickham St, Fortitude Valley. $10/$6 concession. Proceeds to GLW.

Information session to hear how you can get involved in the growing peaceful resistance on the front line to stop Adani's dirty mega mine from ever being built.

16 Victoria St, Brisbane

Show support for the Oakey Coal Action Alliance in their legal challenge to the Acland coal mine.

363 George St, Brisbane.

23 years after Oliver Stone's original archetype of 80s excess comes the sequel - Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. Come to this special advance screening and support Australia's #1 progressive media Green Left Weekly. 6.30pm Sept 26, Palace Barracks Cinema, Petrie Tce, Brisbane. BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL Ph: 0423 741 734 or 3831 2644: Tickets $18 waged, $13 concession, $25 solidarity.

Family-friendly, FREE city cycle ending with food, music, movies and dancing in Bunyapa park, West End.

144 George St, Brisbane city.

Regular branch meeting, new members welcome.

Albion Peace Centre, 102 McDonald Rd, Windsor (near Albion station).

Brisbane Aboriginal Sovereign Embassy, 121 Cordelia St. Musgrave Park, South Brisbane.
From 26 to 27 November, Native Title bureaucrats will be sitting down with mining companies and Government, at a $1000 a seat conference in the posh Stamford Plaza Hotel, to discuss ways around the already weak Native Title legislation.

This is not Land Rights, this is not justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. This does not address the illegal dispossession of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the ongoing violent occupation of our land.

Rally and march for refugee rights

King George Square, Brisbane city

We’re joining together at the Premier’s electorate office to show her that Queenslanders won’t stand for broken election promises and free money, free coal and free water for Adani's disastrous Carmichael coal mine.

Premier Palaszczuk's electorate office. Shop 101 Business Centre, Richlands Plaza Cnr Archerfield & Old Progress Rd, Richlands

Organised by Australian Youth Climate Coalition

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