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Barbara Pocock
Senator for South Australia

Nuclear Industry Can’t be Trusted to keep Us Safe

2 February, 2023 - South Australians are increasingly concerned about the prospect of a Radioactive Waste Dump in their state following the incident in WA where...

Big Four Reap Big Rewards from Big Donations

1 February, 2023 - 1 February 2023 The Big 4 consultancy firms are amongst the biggest corporate donors to the LNP and the Labor Party over the last financia...

Work & Care Inquiry Hearings in Sydney

30 January, 2023 - MEDIA ALERT 11.45AM MEDIA CONFERENCE AT  STAMFORD PLAZA SYDNEY AIRPORT HOTEL Work, Care and Predictable, Fair Working Conditions: ...

Minister Ignores Reality of Intermediate Nuclear Waste

16 January, 2023 - Last week on Thursday, Federal Resources Minister Madeleine King visited the Kimba community to discuss her plan - mirroring the LNP's previo...

Senator Sponsors Two Iranians On Death Row

13 January, 2023 - Australian Greens Senator Barbara Pocock has announced her sponsorship of two Iranian prisoners recently sentenced to death after they partic...

Right To Disconnect

23 November, 2022 - MEDIA RELEASE GREENS APPLAUD RIGHT TO DISCONNECT FOR QUEENSLAND TEACHERS 23/11/2022 Greens Senator Barbara Pocock, who chairs the S...

Future Fund holds $3.4 billion of shares in the world’s top 50 polluting companies

9 November, 2022 - “The government’s Disaster Ready Bill is proposing only a third of the climate infrastructure funding we need to keep Australians safe from n...

Parents and carers left waiting for Labor’s far off budget promises

26 October, 2022 - Greens spokesperson for Finance Senator Barbara Pocock is disappointed by Labor’s delayed attempts to improve support and lower cost of livin...

Senate Select Committee interim report backs Greens blueprint for IR reform

18 October, 2022 - The Senate Select Committee on Work and Care, Chaired by Greens Senator Barbara Pocock, has today released its interim majority report. Evide...

Commonwealth $10 million nuclear waste dump legal spend revealed

15 October, 2022 - Since 1 January 2017 the Commonwealth Government has spent at least $9,905,737 on legal work for the nuclear waste dump and the AWRA (Austral...