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Labor’s coal and gas addiction is holding CQ back

12 April, 2024 - The Greens say that Labor must stop approving new coal and gas projects that divert critical skilled workers away from new industries, if regio...

Labor refuses action on school refusal

12 April, 2024 - The Greens have called on the Education Ministers Meeting to put action on school refusal at the top of its agenda, after Labor squibbed its re...

Labor’s smokescreen strategy to avoid action won’t fool voters: Greens

11 April, 2024 - The Greens have responded to Labor’s kite-flying on the subject of recognition of Palestinian statehood - which Labor almost immediately began ...

Labor’s merger reforms weak and inadequate

10 April, 2024 - Labor’s proposed merger reforms are weak and inadequate, and show how much the party is in the thrall of big business, the Greens say. “This...

Greens welcome Government's proposed decision to reject nature-wrecking project at Toondah Harbour

9 April, 2024 - Today Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek has announced her proposed decision to refuse a development in Toondah Harbour's globally significant...

Soundcheck report puts spotlight on lack of government support for festivals

9 April, 2024 - Senator Sarah Hanson-Young, Greens Spokesperson on the Arts and Chair of the Senate Inquiry into the National Cultural Policy said: ...

Supermarket CEOs to face Senate Inquiry

9 April, 2024 - The CEOs of Coles and Woolworths will next week face the Greens-led Senate inquiry into supermarket pricing. “They’ll have to answer for pric...

Gas pipeline rupture at ageing rig exposes need for stronger regulation of offshore fossil fuel industry

7 April, 2024 - The Greens have today raised concerns about NOPSEMA’s regulation of the offshore fossil fuel industry following a pipeline rupture at an ageing ...

Greens call for full transparency of Great Barrier Reef covert mission

6 April, 2024 - The Greens call for full transparency from Special Envoy for the Great Barrier Reef Senator Nita Green and GBRMPA CEO Josh Thomas on their recen...

Greens say no nukes, no waste, no AUKUS ahead of Rockingham public hearing

3 April, 2024 - The Senate Foreign Affairs Committee is holding a hearing in Rockingham to discuss the Government’s proposed legislation for the Australian Nucl...

Greens support vaping bill going to inquiry

29 March, 2024 - The Therapeutic Goods and Other Legislation Amendment (Vaping Reforms) Bill 2024 has proceeded to a Senate Inquiry.  The Australian Gre...

Emissions bill facing roadblock following Labor’s gas fast-track

26 March, 2024 - The Greens say that Labor’s continued attempts to weaken First Nations voices and fast-track new gas projects is a “roadblock” to the governmen...

Secretive NDIS Changes To Be Introduced to Parliament

26 March, 2024 - NDIS Legislation is to be introduced into the House of Representatives tomorrow, Wednesday 27th March 2024.  Senator Steele-John Greens...