ACCC calls BS on Turnbull/Abbott war on renewable subsidies: Bandt

WA Greens hopeful Senate committee will recommend stronger protections for Ancient Burrup rock art

Monday, 16 October 2017

The WA Greens are hopeful a senate report into the impact industry emissions are having on the Burrup Peninsula’s ancient rock  art, due to be handed down this Wednesday, will initiate action to ensure this internationally significant site remains protected.

Enhancing democracy – it’s more than just reducing the number of MPs

South Australians are poorly served by a State Parliament in desperate need of reform to make it more accountable, according to Green SA Parliamentary Leader, Mark Parnell MLC.

Child poverty in Australia a national shame

First citizens’ jury hearings an opportunity to get deliberative democracy right

Caroline Le Couteur

The ACT’s first-ever citizens’ jury will commence this weekend (14-15 October 2017).

Huge win for community and environment as Chevron abandons drilling in the Bight

ACT Greens: Statement on pill testing trial

Shane Rattenbury MLA

The ACT Greens today say the Canberra Liberals have serious questions to answer when it comes to pill testing and harm minimisation in the Territory.

Congratulations Dr Samantha Ratnam, our new Victorian Greens Leader

Rangeland reform must be prioritised to protect our outback: Greens

Friday 12 October

The WA Greens have called on the state Government to heed advice on the governance and ecological sustainability of our state’s pastoral lands, after the findings of an audit tabled to Parliament yesterday revealed decades of policy failure.

Greens call for Inquiry into Air Emissions from Toll Roads

Qld Greens propose citizen juries and binding votes under new bold planning scheme

The Queensland Greens have announced an ambitious plan for a major overhaul of Queensland’s planning system.

Kimberley’s beauty will be lost forever if Rangeland reform not prioritised: Greens

Thursday 11 October

The WA Greens have called on the state Government to heed advice on the governance and ecological sustainability of our state’s pastoral lands, after the findings of an audit tabled to Parliament yesterday revealed decades of policy failure.

Another outrageous attack on our social safety net

Penalty Rates decision shows labour laws broken and parliament must now override cuts: Bandt

Dutton shifts his prisoners between islands

Government response to Centrelink Robo-Debt Inquiry shows contempt for the people affected

Abbott a dangerous fool who still runs the show: Bandt

Greens say F1 Grand Prix continues to cost Victorian taxpayers millions

"The annual report of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation reveals that this year’s F1 grand prix cost an incredible $97.2 million to stage, but only managed to raise $32m in ticket sales and $8m from ‘other sources’, leaving taxpayers to cover the $57.12 million shortfall, Greens MP for the Sou

Tony Abbott should be disendorsed for his promotion of climate change denialism

Kings Run return a seminal moment for the future of takayna