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  • Greens condemn Direct Action's taxpayer-funded forest furnaces

    Greens condemn Direct Action's taxpayer-funded forest furnaces

    The Greens have condemned the government’s sanctioning of burning native forests for energy in their Direct Action program, with big business lining up to take advantage of taxpayer-funded handouts.

  • Face The Music Gets Political With New Panel Program

    The impending Face The Music conference is throwing its hat into the political arena with the introduction of Vote For Me! State Election: The Parties Bring It, a new political panel in the lead-up to the Victoria state election featuring members of five parties contesting the ballot.

  • Solar booming in Victoria

    Victorian Greens leader Greg Barber says the latest data shows solar is booming in Victoria, but changes in state and federal government policies are a risk to the industry.

    “Australia’s solar revolution is slashing household electricity bills and creating jobs in an exciting new industry,” Mr Barber said.

  • Labor Put Budget Bottom Line Before Injured Workers

    The Weatherill Labor Government and the Liberals today voted to worsen conditions for injured workers with claims under WorkCover.

     

    Greens Industrial Relations Spokesperson Tammy Franks MLC said: “The Weatherill Labor Government has again set the bar low when it comes to the protection of injured workers’ rights”.

     

    “This Bill isn’t a ‘Return to Work Bill’ but a ‘Harder to Return to Work’ Bill,”

     

  • Mandatory data retention will be fought

     

    Media Statement

    Greens spokesperson for Communications

    Senator for WA Scott Ludlam

    October 30, 2014

WATCH & READ

It is a sad time but the good that people do lives on after them. And this is truer of Gough Whitlam than almost any other figure in our history. 

The new AYG convenors report back newly invigorated from the annual Young Greens National Conference. The Greens do politics differently, they say.

Australia’s economic landscape is changing, with or without the Abbott government. The divestment movement proves that Australians won’t be left behind.

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