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Damning Federal Court ruling shows Andrews must stop logging now

27 May, 2020 - The Victorian Greens have called on Premier Andrews to immediately bring forward the state’s transition out of native forest logging, following t...

Public school solar batteries get fast tracked

25 May, 2020 - Public school solar batteries get fast tracked The ACT Government continues to build on its commitment to do the heavy lifting for the commu...

Protected bike lanes along Sydney Road are vital in the era of COVID-19 and cheap to build

25 May, 2020 - The Victorian Greens have called on the state government to establish protected bike lanes along Sydney Road as part of a six-month trial, to hel...

New complaints process to help Canberra’s vulnerable

22 May, 2020 - The ACT Human Rights Commission (HRC) can now take complaints about abuse, neglect or exploitation of vulnerable people in our community. The ...

Public and community housing upgraded with solar and sustainability improvements

22 May, 2020 - The ACT Government has allocated $365,000 to undertake solar and sustainability upgrades on public and community housing as part of the governmen...

Coalition Pork Barrelling - how a $250 million local government fund was lavished on Coalition electorates

19 May, 2020 - Analysis by the Greens of the $250 million "Stronger Communities Fund" shows the fund that was designed to help councils impacted by the Coalitio...

PAEC reveals double standard when it comes to decisions about Victoria's environment

19 May, 2020 - The Victorian Greens have called out the state government for its hypocrisy when it comes to significant environmental decisions being made durin...

Government's housing investment will hardly put dent in 100,000-strong waiting list

18 May, 2020 - The Victorian Greens have said the state government’s commitment to build 168 new social housing units goes nowhere near putting a dent in the st...

Student access to laptops and devices at home shouldn't be temporary

18 May, 2020 - The laptops and devices being loaned to Victorian students by the state government during the COVID-19 crisis should continue to remain available...

Growing back our local Sports Clubs

18 May, 2020 - Tamara Smith MP, Member for Ballina today announced $77.5k in funding for 17 clubs in the Ballina Electorate through the Local Sports Grant Progr...

Greens call for safe bike network in Melbourne in response to COVID-19

16 May, 2020 - The Victorian Greens have called on the state government to invest in a safe bike network for Melbourne as part of its economic response to the C...

One more misogynist off the airwaves: Good, say ACT Greens

12 May, 2020 - The ACT Greens have today welcomed the resignation of radio broadcaster Alan Jones. “Farewell Alan. On behalf of Canberrans and women everywhe...

May Day car convoy protests against attacks on workers’ rights through the COVID-19 pandemic

12 May, 2020 - Today, Friday, May 1, a coalition of unions and social justice groups in Sydney will hold a car convoy to celebrate May Day, International Worker...

Police Commissioner’s $87k pay rise must not stand

12 May, 2020 - The Greens will be moving in Parliament to reverse the $87,000 pay rise handed to the NSW Police Commissioner by Premier Berejiklian. In the midd...

Minister agrees to come to Manyana forest meeting

11 May, 2020 - The fight to save the forest that surrounds Manyana just took another step forward with the Minister for Planning and Public Spaces agreeing to m...