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For Queensland Residents who are in favour of Daylight Saving for the whole state with no time zone anomaly correction in Far West Queensland.

Dear (Your MP’s name),

As my local elected member of Queensland Parliament, I am writing in regards to Daylight Saving.

It’s been a quarter of a century (25 years) since the 1992 Queensland Daylight Saving referendum that was narrowly defeated by 150,000 votes.

In 1991 Queensland’s population was just over 3 million, now it has increased to almost 4.9 million people today. Western Queensland has a population of around 35,779 out of an estimated 5 million state-wide. In which around 31,009 of those people are registered to vote out of 3,096,281 state-wide.

Queensland now has a new generation of voters that are yet to have their say on Daylight Saving.

(Type in your reasons for Daylight Saving in Queensland here)

I therefore support a move for Queensland to observe Daylight Saving Time to be in line with New South Wales, ACT, Victoria and Tasmania.

In regards to the recent closed Queensland Parliament Daylight Saving Petition on 20/02/2017, that has attracted over 23,000 signatures and been referred to the Honourable Yvette D'Ath MP for consideration plus recent changes of rules which allows for petitions with more than 10,000 signatures to be sent to a committee. I would like you as my elected MP to advocate for the petition to progress onto the next stage. Being referred to a parliamentary committee, leading to debate in Parliament for implementation of Daylight Saving state wide.

Yours faithfully,

(Your name)
(Your contact details)

* East Queensland represents an estimated 95% of the state's population.
For Queensland Residents who are in favour of Daylight Saving for the whole state with the late Sunrise and Sunset anomaly corrected in Far West Queensland.

Dear (Your MP’s name),

As my local elected member of Queensland Parliament, I am writing in regards to Daylight Saving.

It’s been a quarter of a century (25 years) since the 1992 Queensland Daylight Saving referendum that was narrowly defeated by 150,000 votes.

In 1991 Queensland’s population was just over 3 million, now it has increased to almost 4.9 million people today. Western Queensland has a population of around 35,779 out of an estimated 5 million state-wide. In which around 31,009 of those people are registered to vote out of 3,096,281 state-wide.

Queensland now has a new generation of voters that are yet to have their say on Daylight Saving.

(Type in your reasons for Daylight Saving in Queensland here)

I therefore support a move for Queensland to observe Daylight Saving Time to be in line with New South Wales, ACT, Victoria, and Tasmania; with the towns of Western Queensland being Mount Isa and Birdsville, specifically to observe Central Daylight Time and Central Standard Time all year. The same as the far western NSW town of Broken Hill, to correct the anomaly of later sunrises and sunsets in the region.

I would like you as my elected MP to advocate for the recent tabled and responded petition for Daylight Saving for Queensland progress to the next stage. Being referred to a parliamentary committee, leading to debate in Parliament for implementation of Daylight Saving state wide.

Yours faithfully,

(Your name)
(Your contact details)

* Note: These times are a proposal to correct the anomaly with sunrise and sunsets which currently occur in Broken Hill, Far West NSW.

* West Queensland represents an estimated 5% of the state's population.


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