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Where the problem starts!


This is a New Site. Slowly we'll bring it up to speed. We are negotiating for better technology to bring this message to the M1 affected residents. However there are many more roads that QDMR will ruin and force those roadside residents to live in anguish and mounting ill health, so this and its successor websites will be consolidating all the information the residents need to fight their fight.

In the meantime please consider the message below...

Stuart Robert has organised for us an e-petition to be presented to Qld Government. We need signatures and lots of them. Please ask all those residents and sufferers of the noise to go to the following site through this link and sign the e-petition. Everyone living in your house can sign. Thanks
The e-petition is officially on the Queensland Government website at

Link to our sister website:

RAIN as a group welcome your comments and ideas on how we can advance our aim.

CONTACT US: email:

Telephone: David Page:0416 178920

Noise affected residents and friends of the cause, it's important that you understand that under no circumstances will we, as a group or individually, tolerate any personal verbal or otherwise abuse on anybody. This is not to say don't be passionate about your feelings towards any inaction, incompetence, stupidity but do not debase yourselves or our cause by becoming personal. Not only does it demean the person vocalising the abuse to being considered irrelevant and possibly dangerous but their arguments go nowhere. What's worse is that it takes away the credibility of our cause and campaign.

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