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  • Michaelia Cash ducks for cover on WestConnex

     

    After failing yesterday to publicly release key documents on the WestConnex project, the Abbott government has today refused to answer questions in the Senate about the motorway.

  • Abbott-Shorten coalition passes data retention regime

    The Australian Greens have condemned an Abbott/Shorten unity ticket that has passed data retention laws through federal parliament this afternoon.

    “The ALP has caved in to Tony Abbott's self-interested fear campaign and supported a bill that entrenches a form of passive mass surveillance over 23 million Australians," Senator Scott Ludlam, Australian Greens communications spokesperson said following the vote. 

  • Senator Larissa Waters, Australian Greens environment spokesperson, comments on the Abbott Government excluding Environmental Defenders Offices from its reversal of funding cuts to community legal centres:

    Senator Larissa Waters, Australian Greens environment spokesperson, comments on the Abbott Government excluding Environmental Defenders Offices from its reversal of funding cuts to community legal centres:
    "The Abbott Government is adding insult to injury by leaving out EDO from its announcement about funding cut reversals.
    "Grassroots community groups face a David and Goliath battle in trying to protect their land, water and climate from big coal and gas.

  • Legal aid reversal welcome, but just the start

    Australian Greens spokesperson for legal affairs Senator Penny Wright says the Government should not stop at reversing cuts to the legal assistance sector, but look at increasing funding in the upcoming budget.

    "Legal assistance services were operating on a shoe-string budget before the Attorney-General's cuts," Senator Wright said.

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