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  • Palaszczuk government breaks first election promise with new permits for gas and oil mining

  • Greens Support Hopeland Gas-Field Free Community


    The Greens today came out in support of the first gas-field free community on the Darling Downs.

  • Preliminary State Budget Response

    28 May 2015

    Nick McKim MP | Greens Treasury spokesperson

  • Greens to put Labor ‘under the pump’


    The Queensland Greens announced today they will be campaigning over the next two-and-a-half years until the next state election to ensure the Palaszczuk government maintained a sensible reform program rather than protecting its slim majority by doing nothing adventurous.

  • Greens welcome ACTU intervention in the TPP debate

    The Greens spokesperson for Trade, Senator Peter Whish-Wilson, enthusiastically welcomes the ACTU passing a motion at their National Congress today calling on the Australian Government to release the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) text or to withdraw Australia from negotiations. Senator Whish-Wilson addressed ACTU members at a TPP breakfast yesterday.


With the dawn of the 2015 budget, it’s clear that students, university staff and the progressive left will again have to take up the fight against university fee deregulation. 

It’s been a big few weeks for the Australian Greens: leadership change, Budget week and then straight into the inaugural National Council. Good thing we’re nimble.

It’s been a huge fortnight in the federal parliament and I’m proud and excited to be writing to you for the first time as the leader of the Australian Greens.

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