Greens MP calls for mandatory height controls on the Ivanhoe precinct

Greens MP for Eastern Metropolitan Samantha Dunn has called on the Andrews Government to limit the height of the proposed development at the Ivanhoe shopping centre precinct.

Australian Greens welcome ex gratia payment and formal apology to the family of Ms Dhu

Turnbull fails to show leadership over Rohingya crisis

Time to invest in remote area firefighting

Speech in praise of climate scientists and meteorologists

State Agreement Acts a major hurdle to overcoming state debt

Thursday, 14 September 2017
 
The WA Greens have labelled the Premier’s announcement of a new State Agreement Act for the Pilbara as irresponsible, especially given the fiscal outlook delivered in last week’s budget.
 

​Senate supports motion asking LGBTIQ community R U OK?

On marriage equality, every vote matters: don’t delay, post your views straight away

Shane Rattenbury, MLA
Caroline Le Couteur, MLA

Canberrans will soon receive a survey question asking their views on whether same-sex couples should marry. The ACT Greens today encouraged all Canberrans to complete and post their survey as soon as possible to make sure their voices are heard.

Canberrans back harm minimisation efforts to #KeepCanberraSafe

Shane Rattenbury, MLA

Today Greens MLA Shane Rattenbury will today table a petition of more than 1,000 signatures backing a pill testing trial in the ACT.

“The Greens are strongly committed to an evidence-based and health-focused approach to drug law reform, ensuring that Canberra’s young people can make informed choices and stay safe

Australian Greens welcome City of Moreland’s change the date push

National MPs should go and talk to Newstart recipients in their communities rather than demand they be dumped on the cashless welfare card

Senate agrees to strike out Dutton's hateful Citizenship Bill

Rachel Siewert receives Missen Award for integrity in politics

Sydenham to Bankstown Metro Project’s EIS Reveals Project will Adversely Impact Threatened Ecological Communities and Local Heritage

Greens MP and Transport Spokesperson, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, has responded to the Environmental Impact Statement for the Sydenham to Bankstown phase of the Sydney Metro project.

Dr Faruqi said:            

Government shuts down debate on water theft scandal

Greens welcome Plastic bag ban, not happy with Minister’s comments

Wednesday, 13 September 2017
 
The WA Greens have welcomed the Government’s announcement a ban on plastic bags will be implemented in 2018, but say the Environment Minister’s comments trivialised what is an urgent and complex environmental concern.
 

Greens vote grows with successful council elections

The Greens are certain to increase their local government representation after yesterday’s successful council elections. 

With many votes still to be counted, the Greens already look likely to win 29 council positions this election and are in a strong position to win an additional 5 possible.

Western Sydney Zoo Approval Bad News for Animals and Public Green Space

NSW Greens MP and Spokesperson for Animal Welfare and the Environment, Dr Mehreen Faruqi MLC, has said that the approval of the Western Sydney Zoo at the Western Sydney Parklands is bad news for the environment and bad news for public green space.

Dr. Faruqi said:   

Nationals should be stripped of water portfolio after damning report