Cairns News - Rob Pyne MP

Cairns Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Rehabilitation Centre!

Cairns people are entitled to the same level of services as other Queenslanders, so it is a joy to have our first ever Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Rehabilitation Centre. Well done SYNAPSE on your efforts. We are closing the gap and overcoming the tyranny of distance at the same time. We are caring for our most vulnerable and creating jobs. This should always be the core business of government.

 

Name: Rob Pyne
Location: Cairns
Website: http://www.robpyne.com.au
Education: JCU and QUT
Employment: Member for Cairns
Website: Date of Birth: 23 April 1967
Education: BA (JCU)., LLB (QUT).
State: Queensland
Country: Australia
Interests: Folk music, social justice and good government
Wins for Cairns: www.robpyne.org
Wins for Queensland: www.robpyne.net

Ministers of religion must report abuse says Pyne.

I have moved the Child Protection and Education Legislation (Reporting of Abuse) Amendment Bill 2017

This Bill follows the widespread and worldwide revelations of childhood sexual abuse by religious representatives over decades. It does not include the confessional as an exception from mandatory reporting.

This Bill is not a direct response to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. After all, the issue of abuse of children by church run institutions is a well-known and worldwide fact. The tragic conveyor-belt of witnesses before the Royal Commission only proved to confirm what we all know about institutional abuse. It ruined 1000s of lives and hurt 1000s of vulnerable children.

I am sure we all felt shock and deep sorrow at the staggering statistics that were produced by the commission. One in 14 Catholic clergy were accused of abuse by 4,444 victims over six decades. A terrible abuse of power and a terrible failure of our society. In some individual orders, that rate increased to a staggering one in five. The report also stated that the Church was unwilling to investigate the reported abuse and also assisted in covering up the incidents after they were reported, with Senior Counsel Gail Furness noting to the Commission, that “Children were ignored or worse, punished. Allegations were not investigated. Priests were moved. The parishes or communities to which they were moved knew nothing of their past. Documents were not kept or they were destroyed.”

The worst order, the St John of God brothers, had 40% of religious brothers accused of abuse. The consequences of failing to achieve fundamental structural and cultural change would be dire, not only for the protection of children, but for the fate of the Catholic Church itself. The Christian Brothers, shows that, through its slow descent into irrelevance. Twenty-two per cent of its clergy were alleged perpetrators, the second highest rate of any religious order in the country. More than 1,000 survivors made a claim against the Christian Brothers. Victims were, on average, 11 years old when they were abused. I cannot imagine the horror of this experience for a child.

The Christian Brothers has paid out the most of any Catholic order to survivors, making 763 payments worth $48.5m, an average payment of about $64,000. Its brand is all but gone from Australia, replaced by Edmund Rice Education Australia, an organisation with the Christian Brothers’ founder as its namesake. Christian Brothers’ Oceania leader, Peter Clinch, said there were only 280 brothers left Australia-wide, most of whom were 75 or above. The youngest is 53. They no longer seek new candidates for the order. Well Mr. Speaker, I for one say that is an overwhelmingly good thing.

Royal Commission witness, Christopher Geraghty wrote in 2013 “…. the Church has for centuries presumed that it can police its own borders, that it is an independent empire, not answerable to any secular power. It has had its own language, its own administration and training programmes, its own schools and uni

ormer district court judge and ex-priest Chris Geraghtyormer district court judge and ex-priest Chris Geraghty

versities, its own system of laws and regulations, its police force and lawyers, a developed list of penalties and its own courts and processes. A law unto itself—an organisation founded by God and answerable only to God.” Well Mr. Speaker, Such an attitude is no longer appropriate. In fact a majority of Australians find such an attitude thoroughly objectionable. It falls horribly short in protecting children.

It must be noted that Australia’s first saint, Mary McKillop took action against clergy abuse in 1871 and was excommunicated. One can only wonder how many children were abused by clergy in the 150 years that followed. Childhood is the one time in life that human beings are entitled to feel happy and carefree. It is vital we acknowledge the suffering of those who’ve had their lives ruined by childhood sexual assault that encouraged him to seek justice.

The Bill amends s13E of the Child Protection Act 1999 (Mandatory reporting by persons engaged in particular work) to insert a new category of persons, namely a minister of a religious denomination or society who performs work for, or has an association with, a school. Examples of a religious representative – include priest, pastor, bishop, rabbi, imam

 Regarding the Education (General Provisions) Act 2006, in this Bill:

  • Section 5 Amends s364 (Definitions for pt 10) insert religious representative means a minister of a religious denomination or society.
  • Section 6 amends of s365 (Obligation to report sexual abuse of person under 18 years at State school) to impose a mandatory reporting requirement on a religious representative.
  • Section 7 amends s365A (Obligation to report likely sexual abuse of person under 18 years at State school) to impose a mandatory reporting requirement on a religious representative.
  • Section 8 amends s 366 (Obligation to report sexual abuse of person under 18 years at non-State school) to include religious representative.
  • Section 9 amends s 366A (Obligation to report likely sexual abuse of person under 18 years at non-State school) to include religious representative.

This place has also had members guilty of childhood sexual abuse. Prominent MPs at that and those who are aware details of the Heiner affair know all too well that those in highest positions within government have not been above destroying evidence of childhood sexual abuse. And in that case, as in many others, justice was never served.

We are dealing here with people who, in their customs, traditions and behaviour proclaim a great knowledge of morality and what is right. Well I have never accepted that. My attitude in the past to many of these leaders, like George Pell and others was simply one of a lack of respect. Now it is one of disgust. It is high time they had a higher burden placed on them regarding mandatory reporting and this Bill does just that. It is high time religious representatives are subjected to the same rule of law as many of the other groups who work with children in schools.

Name: Rob Pyne
Location: Cairns
Website: http://www.robpyne.com.au
Education: JCU and QUT
Employment: Member for Cairns
Website: Date of Birth: 23 April 1967
Education: BA (JCU)., LLB (QUT).
State: Queensland
Country: Australia
Interests: Folk music, social justice and good government
Wins for Cairns: www.robpyne.org
Wins for Queensland: www.robpyne.net

New-look Collins Ave bridge Opened!

The $3.1 million Collins Avenue Bridge is finally open to traffic!

Member for Cairns Rob Pyne said the project was an essential link in the Cairns Airport connection and Captain Cook Highway.

“Motorists, pedestrians and cyclists will all benefit from this critical infrastructure project,” Mr. Pyne said.

The project contributed $1.5 million to the project through its Building our Regions critical infrastructure program, with Cairns Regional Council contributing the remaining $1.6 million.

Mr. Pyne said, “The bridge is now complete. Demolition of the existing bridge occurred in 2016. Construction of the pier and abutments commenced in September 2016 and all other works were completed this week.”

The footpaths, landscaping and lighting are all  completed now and the new bridge is open to traffic.

“Replacing this ageing bridge has improved flood mitigation, provide safer access for cyclists and pedestrians and also offers better driving conditions – particularly for heavy vehicles. This has been a critical upgrade to the Edge Hill, Captain Cook Highway and Cairns Airport connection,” Mr. Pyne said.

“The new bridge has improve safety for pedestrians, while continuing to provide an important link to a popular arts and leisure area for our city,” he said.

Name: Rob Pyne
Location: Cairns
Website: http://www.robpyne.com.au
Education: JCU and QUT
Employment: Member for Cairns
Website: Date of Birth: 23 April 1967
Education: BA (JCU)., LLB (QUT).
State: Queensland
Country: Australia
Interests: Folk music, social justice and good government
Wins for Cairns: www.robpyne.org
Wins for Queensland: www.robpyne.net

Call for a Queensland State Insurance Office

Member for Cairns Rob Pyne has called on the Palaszczuk Government to establish a state owned insurance office as an affordable insurance alternative to ease the increasing financial burden of insurance for Cairns residents.

Queensland established the State Accident Insurance Office in 1919, to provide mandatory injury compensation insurance to workers in the state’s business sector. Soon after created a larger insurance body, the State Government Insurance Office (SGIO) which took over the State Accident Insurance Office. General insurance, third party and life products were added. SGIO later expanded into building society operations, superannuation, and finance.

The privatisation of the SGIO in the 1990’s has resulted in workers and consumers paying unaffordable high insurance premiums and was bad decision for Queensland (The business was fully privatised by 1997).

Revelations by Cairns insurance broker Roger Ward reveal that the both the LNP and the ALP have accepted massive political donations from the insurance industry.  The article (Cairns Post 6 March 17) listed more than $600 000.00 in donations made by major insurance companies.

Mr. Pyne said, “This is another big issue that begs the question – are the big parties working for the people or the corporations who pay them?”

One of the regular complaints in the Far North, from residents and businesses alike is the heavy burden of excessive insurance costs.

Mr. Pyne said, “I have had people in my office in tears about the cost of insurance. People in body corporate units feel particularly discriminated against.”

“This is a major election issue in the Far North. Should I be re-elected, I will table legislation establishing a Sate Insurance Office for Queensland. I will be campaigning on this and should I be re-elected I will have a mandate to act,” Mr. Pyne said,’

Name: Rob Pyne
Location: Cairns
Website: http://www.robpyne.com.au
Education: JCU and QUT
Employment: Member for Cairns
Website: Date of Birth: 23 April 1967
Education: BA (JCU)., LLB (QUT).
State: Queensland
Country: Australia
Interests: Folk music, social justice and good government
Wins for Cairns: www.robpyne.org
Wins for Queensland: www.robpyne.net

Pyne calls on Council and Palaszczuk to support Cairns Men’s Shed

Member for Cairns Rob Pyne has condemned the Cairns Regional Council and the Palaszczuk Government for a failure to support Cairns Men’s Shed. Mr. Pyne said, “The Men’s Shed is Australia’s largest male based Community Development organisation and the Cairns Men’s Shed has strong community support. Cairns Men’s Shed should be supported by government by either an allocation of funding or a grant of land. Mr. Pyne asked the following question in Parliament:

Will the Health Minister advise what support the Palaszczuk Government is providing for Men’s Sheds, such as the Cairns Men’s Shed, in light of the important role they play in men’s health issues?

The call follows on the failure of Cairns Regional Council to find a building or land for the Men’s Shed group. Mr. Pyne said, “Most men have learned from our culture that they don’t talk about feelings and emotions and many do not take an interest in their own health and well-being. Most men are reluctant to talk about their emotions and that means that they usually don’t ask for help. Many men are less healthy than women, drink more, take more risks and suffer more from isolation, loneliness and depression. Relationship breakdown, retrenchment or early retirement from a job, loss of children following divorce, physical or mental illness are just some of the problems that men may find difficult to deal with on their own.”Cairns Mens Shed

Mr. Pyne said he felt the Health Minister should be more supportive of Cairns Men’s Shed, “Good health is based on many factors including feeling good about yourself, being productive, contributing to your community, connecting with friends and maintaining an active body and mind.” The Men’s Shed provides a great opportunity to talk with men about serious health issues. Mr. Pyne said, “It is a safe environment where men can find many of these things in an atmosphere of old-fashioned mateship.”

Members of Men’s Sheds come from all walks of life – the bond that unites them is that they are men with time on their hands and would like something meaningful to do with that time. Mr. Pyne said, “Our Men’s Shed is a great example of mateship and deserves support. Our local Council has not helped the Cairns Men’s Shed. It is time for our Council and the Palaszczuk Labor Government to step up and support this wonderful community organisation.”

Name: Rob Pyne
Location: Cairns
Website: http://www.robpyne.com.au
Education: JCU and QUT
Employment: Member for Cairns
Website: Date of Birth: 23 April 1967
Education: BA (JCU)., LLB (QUT).
State: Queensland
Country: Australia
Interests: Folk music, social justice and good government
Wins for Cairns: www.robpyne.org
Wins for Queensland: www.robpyne.net

Historic Commitment for ‘A Woman’s Right to Choose’ in Queensland.

Mr. Speaker, today I was happy to secure a commitment from this government to reform abortion laws in the state of Queensland. This commitment is consistent with my belief that in 2017 there should be no place for this procedure in the Criminal Code and that it should be treated as a women’s health issue.

Yesterday the leader of the opposition basically reneged on his commitment to give LNP members a conscience vote. It became clear a majority of MPs were not prepared to support my bills, despite the weight of public opinion. I table an article from the Courier Mail dated February 21st 2017 stating over 80 per cent of Queenslanders favour removing this matter from the Criminal Code.

Mr. Speaker, I say to Catholic MPs. Pope Francis has given all priests the power to forgive women who have had an abortion, saying that God’s mercy could wipe away for those with a repentant heart. The move marked the end of the Vatican’s holy year of mercy in 2016. Pope Francis said we should focus on the personal situations that force some women to get abortions, saying he was “well aware of the pressure that led them to this decision.” Pope Francis has indefinitely extended priests’ right to grant forgiveness. This shows an understanding that each woman’s situation is unique to her. I applaud this leadership from the Pope.

This is an emotive area and there has been considerable misinformation distributed as part of this debate. One misconception is that people who are pro-choice are in some way pro-abortion and seek to see more abortions performed. I have never met anyone who is pro-abortion, least of all medical specialists who perform the procedure. As part of their care, these medical professionals offer valuable advice on women’s sexual health and provide sound advice on contraception.

I am disappointed that misinformation has been circulated that decriminalisation will encourage terminations up to 9 months. Such claims are unfounded, nonsensical and offensive. Indeed the only medical intervention at 9 months is to induce labour. The only other name for what happens at 9 months is child birth.

Regarding late term abortions, an estimated 1.3 percent of abortions happen later than 21 weeks into pregnancy and sometimes obstetricians will induce labor at 36 weeks due to anencephaly (when a major portion of the brain is missing and the baby cannot survive). But that is not an abortion. It is induced labor to deliver a baby that will not live.

Queensland and NSW are the last two states to not have updated legislation to protect vulnerable women and the doctors that are risking prosecution to assist them. Removing termination of pregnancy from the criminal code will place abortion where it should be: in the hands of women, their health care providers and support services.
We must improve clarity for health professionals and patients in the area of medical termination of pregnancy. It is not acceptable that many medical practitioners perform their duties under the risk of criminal prosecution.
Can members of this Legislative Assembly honestly say in that if abortion was not already in the Queensland Criminal Code that we would vote to have it included as a crime?

Abortion in Australia had previously been regulated by colonial law. Before the end of the 19th century. It is now time to change the law. The great tide of history is in favour of women’s emancipation:
1902: Getting the vote
1922: Founding of CWA
1961: The Pill
1962: Women in Pubs
2010: First Female elected as our Prime Minister
2017: A Woman’s right to choose
It is a better time than ever to end the uncertainty surrounding medical termination of pregnancy, to protect and advance the law for Queensland women. I look forward to the recommendations from the Queensland Law Reform Commission later this year and a re-elected Labor Government introducing legislation into this house, in line with the commitment given today.

Name: Rob Pyne
Location: Cairns
Website: http://www.robpyne.com.au
Education: JCU and QUT
Employment: Member for Cairns
Website: Date of Birth: 23 April 1967
Education: BA (JCU)., LLB (QUT).
State: Queensland
Country: Australia
Interests: Folk music, social justice and good government
Wins for Cairns: www.robpyne.org
Wins for Queensland: www.robpyne.net

Crossbenchers unite against cuts to community legal centres

The federal government has failed Australians with its decision to slash 30% of funding to community legal centres from 1 July 2017.

Member for Cairns, Rob Pyne put a question on notice to the Attorney General and secured the support of the crossbench during the first sitting week against the cuts. Bringing together often divergent MPs as part of an agreement to cooperate on common matters affecting their constituents.

The Attorney General did not reply to the question on notice. A letter signed by crossbenchers calling for pressure on the Turnbull government to stop the cuts has been emailed to the Attorney General.

Crossbench letter to Attorney General

Mr. Pyne said “I recently visited Cairns Community Legal Centre, one of 190 free legal centres around Australia. These centres assist a range of disadvantaged people, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait peoples with essential legal needs such as family law, housing, welfare and women and children fleeing domestic violence. They do it all on a shoestring budget already.”

“Cairns Community Legal Centre faces planning uncertainty as there is no clarity on how the cuts will manifest for individual centres. If they lose 30% of federal funding, they will lose more than one full time staff, and around 400 vulnerable clients a year will be turned away.”

“Malcolm Turnbull talks about supporting action on domestic violence while his government is ripping out more than $34 million to this vital service over three years. Unfortunately some services are already shedding experienced staff, and the community is missing out on the legal help they need.”

“Talk is cheap – and they haven’t put their money where their mouth is. They have been ignoring calls from the community and domestic violence campaigners.”

Mr. Pyne and crossbenchers: Steve Dickson, Robert Katter, Shane Knut and Billy Gordon called on the Attorney General to treat this matter as a high priority saying the Queensland Government must put more pressure on the Turnbull Government. It is essential we secure long-term funding to these essential services.

Name: Rob Pyne
Location: Cairns
Website: http://www.robpyne.com.au
Education: JCU and QUT
Employment: Member for Cairns
Website: Date of Birth: 23 April 1967
Education: BA (JCU)., LLB (QUT).
State: Queensland
Country: Australia
Interests: Folk music, social justice and good government
Wins for Cairns: www.robpyne.org
Wins for Queensland: www.robpyne.net

Cairns MP Rob Pyne supports medical cannabis for suffering constituents over big corporations

People suffering from illness, including the terminally ill, and their carers purchasing or growing medicinal cannabis should not be charged as criminals in Queensland.

Rob Pyne said ‘no one should be charged for seeking relief from pain. That’s why I voted in favour of the Public Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Bill 2016.’

The Bill however has a very specific regulatory framework that provides for conditional access to medicinal cannabis for GPs, pharmacists and specialists for prescriptive purposes.

Growing whole plants for personal medicinal use remains illegal. Cairns people like Debbi Cliff and ‘fearless father Adam Koessler’ (father of the late Rumer Rose) deserve laws to ease their pain and suffering and that of terminally ill family members. http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/rumer-rose-once-given-cannabis-oil-by-her-father-dies-of-cancer-20160509-goq6v3.html

Rob Pyne said ‘dealing with serious illness is expensive and stressful for everyone involved.’

‘Why should we force people to spend money on pharmaceutical products if you can grow the whole plant organically in your backyard for medicinal use? Police have better things to do than to look over fences of the ill.’

‘I will support the Private Member’s Bill by Member for Buderim Steve Dickson that legislates for the access to organic whole plant medicinal cannabis for people who are seriously ill or their carers.’

Mr. Pyne said he was concerned the Government Bill passed last year (Public Health (Medicinal Cannabis) Bill 2016) was overly bureaucratic and favoured to interests of drug companies. He said, We know the pharmaceutical companies donate to the major parties. Unlike the major parties I am not concerned with the interests of big pharmaceutical companies, I am concerned with the interests of ordinary Queenslanders who are suffering.”

‘I also support an Amnesty for anyone who has been charged for purchasing or accessing medicinal cannabis. I have previously stated my support for Steve Dickson MP on this and continue to do so,’ Rob Pyne said.

Name: Rob Pyne
Location: Cairns
Website: http://www.robpyne.com.au
Education: JCU and QUT
Employment: Member for Cairns
Website: Date of Birth: 23 April 1967
Education: BA (JCU)., LLB (QUT).
State: Queensland
Country: Australia
Interests: Folk music, social justice and good government
Wins for Cairns: www.robpyne.org
Wins for Queensland: www.robpyne.net

Call for a “Political Revolution” in Queensland by Cairns MP.

A first term MP, I became uncomfortable with what I saw of the politics class. People voting along party lines, often against their conscience and the interests of the people they represent. So I have decided to challenge current dysfunctional paradigm and run for election as an Independent MP.

In 2017 I will take on the major parties and their corporate funding, in a fight for political survival. I want to win, and I want my win to signal the start of a political revolution in Queensland and Australia.

I want people to donate to my campaign in an attempt to prove that as a community we can do politics in another way. A way that prioritizes people over the current politics of money and power.

Name: Rob Pyne Location: Cairns
Website: http://www.robpyne.com.au  
Education: JCU and QUT Employment: Member for Cairns
Date of Birth: 23 April 1967 Education: BA (JCU)., LLB (QUT).
State: Queensland
Country: Australia
Interests: Folk music, social justice and good government
Wins for Cairns: www.robpyne.org
Wins for Queensland: www.robpyne.net

Cairns women behind push to ensure “A WOMAN’S RIGHT TO CHOOSE”

Dr. Caroline De CostaDr. Caroline De Costa

Cairns reformers have driven the push to have abortion removed from the Queensland Criminal Code, and treated not as a criminal issue, but as a women’s health issue.

In 2010 a young Cairns couple were charged with procuring an abortion and supplying drugs to procure an abortion. Thankfully they were acquitted after a three-day trial. However, the fact the young couple were subject to 18 months of glaring negative publicity (and had to discuss most personal aspects of their private lives in public), brought shame not on the young couple, but on the laws that allowed the prosecution to happen.

After leaving the ALP in 2016, I had the freedom to do what Members of the Legislative Assembly are paid to do: legislate! Around this time I was contacted by a group of forthright Cairns women, led by the formidable Dr. Caroline De Costa. The group ‘Pro-Choice Cairns’, included Dr. De Costa, Dr. Heather McNamee, Carla Gorton, Kay Haig and Dr. Carole Ford, an impressive group, deserving of public recognition.

Dr. De Costa, a specialist obstetrician and gynaecologist, has more than 43 years’ experience of caring for women in the area of reproductive health, including 22 years in North Queensland. With a longstanding professional interest in abortion law reform, she has been published extensively, including three books on the subject of abortion. Dr. De Costa says, ‘The legal principles governing termination practices in Queensland date from the mid to late 19th century whereas practice, as detailed in the following section, is taking place in the 21st century and is consistent with current medical practice in most other developed countries. It is this dichotomy which urgently needs resolving by rescinding the archaic legislation of the

Dr. Heather McNameeDr. Heather McNamee

Queensland Criminal Code.’ Dr. De Costa gives voice to the concerns of doctors practicing abortion in Queensland and NSW, now the only states in Australia where abortion law remains unreformed.

Dr. Caroline De Costa and many other Queensland doctors continue providing abortions despite risking prosecution under ambiguous laws. She said, “It’s done knowing that there is case law to protect you, if you are charged — but also knowing that it’s unlawful. This is the only health procedure that is dealt with like this in criminal legislation. It’s way out of date and belongs in the 19th century. We’re practising medicine in the 21st century.’

The current law in Queensland is causing great hardship and personal suffering. Children by Choice manager Amanda Bradley says, ‘We get reports of self-abortion, some women we speak to say if I can’t get an abortion I will do it myself.’ Children by Choice received 118 contacts relating to self-abortion or threats of self-abortion in the past year. The Bills I have tabled would not only help those women, but also our Queensland doctors.

De Costa has been supported by other Cairns women, including social reformer and sexual health educators Carla Gorton and Kay Haigh. Gorton observed, ‘Removing termination of pregnancy from the criminal code will place abortion where it should be: in the hands of women, their health care providers and support services. The responsibility for their wellbeing is, and should be, a medical and social care issue, not a legal one.’

Gorton is right and as a community we cannot continue treating this procedure as criminal – as this often results in the woman feeling victimised and marginalised and renders them unlikely to attend for care services even if they are offered. The opportunity to actively support and intervene in the person’s life in a positive manner is lost. While the decision to perform an induced abortion is a medical one . . . it is also an opportunity to provide women appropriate support services (like counselling, contraception and informed choice) which are available.

Coming from a womens rights perspective is matriarch of the group. Dr. Carole Ford, who says. ‘Women in Queensland continue to be controlled by a law that is more than 100 years old, contrived before they even had the vote, and based on English legislation that was revoked in England 40 years ago’. Ford says Canada as a country has it right. She says, ‘Canada is the only democratic country world-wide that institutes no civil or legal restrictions on abortion: abortion has the same legal status as any other health procedure. The Canadian Supreme Court identified abortion as a human right.’

Indeed it would interest the so called pro-life groups to know that since updating their law, in Canada abortions have become earlier and safer, and the number of abortions has become moderate and stable.

It is time to end the uncertainty surrounding medical termination of pregnancy. Passage of the Bills before Parliament would be a significant advancement to protect vulnerable Queensland women and the doctors that are risking prosecution to assist them. Other jurisdictions have already implemented legislative change and I urge Queensland MPs to support this important reform. After all, it is not 1899. Abortion should not be a crime.

Name: Rob Pyne
Location: Cairns
Website: http://www.robpyne.com.au
Education: JCU and QUT
Employment: Member for Cairns
Website: Date of Birth: 23 April 1967
Education: BA (JCU)., LLB (QUT).
State: Queensland
Country: Australia
Interests: Folk music, social justice and good government
Wins for Cairns: www.robpyne.org
Wins for Queensland: www.robpyne.net