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  • Victorian election 2014: Facing the music in the state of the arts

    What are your priorities in the arts, culture and creative industries over the next four years?

    Sue Pennicuik, Greens MLC, arts spokeswoman
    The Greens would focus on supporting and promoting local and emerging artists and local projects in Melbourne and regional Victoria through programs such as the Seed Fund and more flexible touring grants.

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  • No legal barrier to VRET

    Victorian Greens leader Greg Barber says new independent legal advice proves there is no legal barrier to Victoria introducing its own renewable energy target.

    “This advice confirms what we have known all along – there has never been a legal barrier,” Mr Barber said.

    “While the Labor and Liberal parties hide behind a range of excuses to justify their lack of action, the Greens have a plan to move from dirty coal power to renewable energy sources.

  • Greens will fight Western Suburbs campus closures

    The Victorian Greens have vowed to fight plans to close St Albans and Melton Victoria University campuses*.

    "I know the value of Victoria University as it is where I gained my TAFE qualifications as a mature-age student at St Albans campus," said Greens MP for the Western Suburbs Colleen Hartland.

    "Victoria University is the biggest provider of education in the Western Suburbs, so these campus closures would be devastating and create a uphill battle for people in the West to get an education."

  • Act to end discrimination - Same-Sex Adoptions

    Greens MP Sue Pennicuik said her party was "fully committed" to amending the law in Victoria to remove discrimination.

    Gay and lesbian activists are petitioning the state's major political parties to allow same-sex couples to adopt children within 100 days of the next parliament.

    The just-launched Adoption Equality Now petition asks the Liberal-National Coalition, Labor and Greens to outline ahead of Saturday's election when discrimination would end.

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