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  • Abbott govt in $65million blackmail to South Australia over vocational education

    The Australian Greens say the Abbott government has again sided with private interests over public education in its decision to withhold money from South Australia because of the states' new policy of prioritising TAFE in the provision of training.

  • Great Result for Bonorong but Fireworks Permit System Needs Reviewing

    29 May 2015

    Nick McKim MP | Greens Environment spokesperson

  • Budget Rhetoric Not Matched by Reality

    29 May 2015

    Nick McKim MP | Greens Treasury spokesperson

  • Ellen calls on parliament to keep Melbourne liveable

     The year 2014 marked the fourth year in a row Melbourne has been named the world’s most livable city, but what are the ingredients of livability? I think it describes a city built with people in mind, one with robust public transport and bike paths, open green space, public art, places for commerce and entertainment, and which protects our heritage

  • Ellen calls on parliament to keep Melbourne liveable

     The year 2014 marked the fourth year in a row Melbourne has been named the world’s most livable city, but what are the ingredients of livability? I think it describes a city built with people in mind, one with robust public transport and bike paths, open green space, public art, places for commerce and entertainment, and which protects our heritage

WATCH & READ

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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