• We’ve all heard it before. One side complains about those “crazy cyclists”. The other grumbles about those “thoughtless drivers”. Sometimes it seems an impasse that we can’t break through.

  • We'll need everyone

    Tax time. A minor inconvenience? Maybe. A pain in the proverbial? Probably. Time to make a tax-deductible donation? Definitely.

  • The world wants to end the fossil fuel era and move to the age of renewables. But Abbott's attacks have seen jobs in the renewables sector plummet.

  • The most important thing Julie Bishop does in her whole life could be what she does in Paris this year.

FROM THE CONVENORS

It's been a big week! Giz Watson and Penny Allman-Payne reflect on a seamless transition from one Parliamentary leader to another and are looking forward to the next steps.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

seitliches Kopf-und-Schulter-Porträt einer jungen, brünetten Frau mit gelben Bauhelm als Kopfbedeckung und optimistischen Blick in die Kamera; rechte Hand am Helm

As the financial year comes to an end and we prepare to fill in our tax forms again, the Young Greens ask 'what's the purpose of work anyway?' Is there another solution?

When is a community victory not a community victory? Are politicians part of the community? And how do we celebrate our collective wins in a way that acknowledges the community's work?

FROM OUR MPS

A fundamental Greens value is compassion. A caring society reduces inequality wherever it can — which is why we've been working on removing negative gearing, fixing super and standing strong to protect family payments and parental leave.

PARTY NEWS

After 13 years in the Tasmanian parliament, this former saw miller turned Greens MP is ready to step into a new life. He reflects on a career of standing up for what matters.

Five ways that everyone won at the SA Greens’ Eurovision party — an innovative fundraiser to really get the life of the party into the Party.

EMPLOYMENT AND VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

The Greens (WA) are seeing a Volunteer Coordinator & Organiser who will be responsible to work with the Greens (WA) Election Campaign Committee and our Regional Groups to implement the Election Campaign Organizing Strategy for elections at all levels of Government.

AND IN OTHER NEWS…

When the national conversation has shifted so far to the right that the idea of 'centre' has disappeared, perhaps it's time to change how we see our role.

We’ve been engaged in a global experiment over the last few months: just how much campaigning can you do for an election in another country? Quite a lot, it turns out.

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