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Greens to oppose War Memorial expansion, redirect funds to National Cultural Institutions

29 March, 2019 - The Greens are today announcing that they will oppose the unnecessary $498m expansion of the Australian War Memorial, using the $178m of those ...

This is a climate emergency, and Canberra can lead emergency action

18 January, 2019 - The record-breaking heatwave that Canberrans struggled through this week is only the latest sign that we are headed into a climate emergency,...

Canberrans have a clear path to help #StopAdani

13 December, 2018 - Tim Hollo, Greens candidate for the new seat of Canberra and a climate campaigner for the past 20 years, today welcomed the #StopAdani coali...

"People In" - Greens launch Participatory Democracy project for Canberra

10 December, 2018 - Amid growing concern about the state of our democracy, and days after the release of the damning University of Canberra report Trust an...

Canberra's tech jobs, human rights at risk from anti-encryption laws: Dr Penny Kyburz

6 December, 2018 - ACT Greens Senate candidate Dr Penny Kyburz has attacked the major parties for ramming anti-encryption legislation through Parliament, saying...

Nation's Capital Deserves Metro News Status - Greens

3 December, 2018 - The Greens today called on Nine to ensure the Canberra Times is not downgraded as part of the merger with Fairfax, following news that the in...

Hollo on drones: pause privatisation of our skies

9 November, 2018 - Tim Hollo, Greens candidate for Canberra, said today: "Canberrans are mighty sick of private companies coming in and steamrolling over com...

For the sake of research, Zed has to go: Dr Kyburz

1 November, 2018 - "The Liberal government's attacks on research independence are a threat to the work of hundreds of ACT residents and to academic freedom. Zed...

Donations shine light on major party ties to pokies, property developers

7 September, 2018 - Tim Hollo, Greens Candidate for Canberra With the annual returns released publicly today by Elections ACT, questions have again been rais...