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  • Vale Tom Uren

    Tom Uren 1922-2015: a great humanitarian – and wonderful human being

  • Greens call for additional funding for Westmead Hospital Cystic Fibrosis clinic

    Clinical services at the state’s three cystic fibrosis services, including at Westmead Hospital, are falling far behind the growing need and National Standards for this rare and debilitating disease, according to Greens NSW MP John Kaye.

  • Climate warning: PM Abbott leads Australia down a withering garden path

    Greens leader Christine Milne says dire projections for Australia in the new CSIRO climate change report must be a wake-up call for the Abbott government and big business, which are harming people and missing huge economic opportunities by refusing to minimise global warming.

    "If the natural world is in trouble, then so are we, and the Abbott government's climate denial and policy destruction has got us in serious trouble indeed," said Senator Milne.

  • Greens Stand with Pensioners Against Rebate Cut

    The South Australian Greens have pledged their support for pensioners and will join with the non-Government parties in the Parliament to block cuts to pensioner concession payments on local government rates, Greens’ Social Inclusion spokesperson Tammy Franks MLC says.

    “We urge the Weatherill Government to continue to provide this important rebate for pensioners despite the Federal cuts,” Ms Franks said.

    “We are talking about an annual increase to rates of $190 for those who can least afford it.

  • Greens will impale VLAD

    27/01/2015

    The Greens will defend the people’s hard won civil liberties and repeal the Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment Act 2013 (VLAD). 

WATCH & READ

Scientists have confirmed it: 2014 was the hottest year on record. We need more action on climate change, not less.

2014 ended with the glow from the Victorian election; as 2015 begins, the challenge of the NSW election presents us with a new opportunity to demonstrate the growing popularity of the Greens and to build on that success.

2015 is off to a quick start: a snap election in Queensland on the one hand and the hard slog of redrafting by-laws on the other. 

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