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  • Greens Opt for Old School Campaigning in the Age of Million Dollar TV Ads

  • PM's “captain's call” disastrous for Tasmania, must not be repeated

    Australian Greens Leader Christine Milne says Tony Abbott has once again made a disastrous captain's call in backing his Liberal ideologues on Tasmanian forests, and now risks repeating the mistake.

    "The disaster that is the Tasmanian forest industry is clearly at the feet of Tony Abbott with his stupid captain's call. Don't do it again, Prime Minister.

  • Victoria pulls out of tobacco investments

    Greens congratulate the Victorian Funds Management Corporation (VFMC) on finally divesting from tobacco companies, after pressure from the Victorian Greens and community campaigners over recent years.

    In late 2013, the Greens MP Colleen Hartland launched the campaign to pressure the VFMC to act, but after little movement from the Victorian fund manager, in late 2014 she introduced a bill to parliament to secure the divestment in law.

  • Restore funding to Women's Mental Health

    In parliament today the Greens have called on the Minister for Mental Health to restore funding to women's agencies that had their mental health funding cut under the Napthine Government restructuring of the sector.

  • Greens respond to fracking report

    After reviewing the NT fracking report the NT Greens call for a moratorium on fracking in the NT.


The debate about nuclear power in South Australia needs to be had, if only to put the issue to bed once and for all, writes Scott Ludlam.

Queensland Senator Larissa Waters says the majority of Australians support abortion – but too many women can’t access these services.

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