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Women’s safety not a Budget priority

15 May, 2024 - “Last night’s Budget was a betrayal of women experiencing violence, who deserved so much better than rehashed ScoMo policy and re-announced old m...

Labor’s budget falls short on childcare

15 May, 2024 - Greens Early Childhood Education and Care spokesperson Senator Steph Hodgins-May has criticised the Government’s decision to trumpet a surplus ov...

Labor’s budget surplus betrays renters, mortgage holders and students while keeping a future for coal and gas

14 May, 2024 - The Australian Greens say that Labor’s third budget betrays those doing it tough by prioritising a surplus ahead of helping people. It will fuel ...

NT Greens Budget Response 2024

14 May, 2024 - Contact: Suki Dorras-Walker, NT Greens candidate for Fannie Bay E Suki.dw@nt.greens.org.au M 0405 244 380   Suki Dorras-Walker o...

New Greens Senator Steph Hodgins-May sworn into Parliament today

14 May, 2024 - Greens Senator Steph Hodgins-May was sworn into Parliament today taking on the portfolios of Science, Industry and Innovation, and Early Childhoo...

ALP and Coalition green light AUKUS nuclear waste dumps without public consultation

13 May, 2024 - Labor and the Coalition are seeking to pass legislation that can make anywhere in Australia a nuclear waste dumping ground with no public consult...

ALP and Coalition green light AUKUS nuclear waste dumps without public consultation

13 May, 2024 - Labor and the Coalition are seeking to pass legislation that can make anywhere in Australia a nuclear waste dumping ground with no public consult...

Greens celebrate big animal welfare win, with Government decision to legislate live sheep export ban

11 May, 2024 - Senator Mehreen Faruqi, Australian Greens Deputy Leader and Spokesperson for Animal Welfare, has welcomed the Government’s decision to ban live s...

Albanese must scrap their anti-refugee and travel ban Bill after high court case

10 May, 2024 - The Albanese Labor Government must now scrap their anti-refugee, travel ban Bill as the only supposed claim of ‘urgency’ has been removed followi...

PRRT Bill

10 May, 2024 - The Government’s proposed changes to the Petroleum Resources Rent Tax will see revenue go down, not up, and shows the Labor Party are being used ...

Arts and festivals sector in crisis requires budget package to thrive, not just survive

9 May, 2024 - Today a Senate inquiry interim report into Australia’s national cultural policy has called for greater support to the Australian festivals sector ...

Cost of Living Inquiry evidence is clear: Labor must raise the rate

9 May, 2024 - The Greens have urged Labor to lift all income support above the poverty line in the upcoming budget, with the weight of evidence given to a Senat...

Political parties work together to deliver Antarctic science outcomes

9 May, 2024 - Axed science programs, distressed scientists, a toxic culture, and plagued icebreaker are just some of the issues stemming from failures in the Au...

Labor offers nice words for active transport, but no real funding

7 May, 2024 - This morning Labor has announced a $100 million Active Transport Fund with a commencement date of 1 July 2025.  This falls far short of th...

Zero support for Labor’s attack on people seeking asylum and diaspora communities

7 May, 2024 - In a historic failure, the Albanese government has been unable to get a single stakeholder to support their shambolic Migration Amendment (Removal...