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Media Alert: Greens MP to observe the opening of the cruel Victorian duck shooting season

It is so very disappointing that the Andrews government has allowed a full, 12-w

Duck hunting 2018: Victorian Game Management Authority slammed

VICTORIA’S duck season will go ahead, despite a damning report into the game regulator’s handling of the season last year.

The report by Pegasus Economics, commissioned by the Game Management Authority, reportedly found “noncompliance with hunting is commonplace and widespread”.

End duck shooting in Victoria now

The Victorian Greens are calling for the Game Management Authority to be shut down and the 2018 duck shooting season to be cancelled following damning findings contained in a review leaked to the ABC.

Protective Services Officer appears to strike man with baton during Merri Station arrest video

THE Greens have called for an investigation into a dramatic arrest caught on camera at a Northcote train station last night.

A Protective Services Officer appears to repeatedly strike a man with a baton while another officer grapples with the man.

Tighter duck shooting regulations will make no difference

Victorian Greens spokesperson for Animal Welfare, Sue Pennicuik, has seen the impact of duck shooting first hand, and says the problem is not about regulation, but enforcement.

Greens force rethink of public housing privatisation

The Greens have forced a rethink of the government's plan to privatise public housing estates, supporting the revocation of a planning scheme amendment which would initiate the first sell-off of publicly owned land.

Controversial Ormond station tower blocked in rare move

A controversial plan for a high-rise tower on top of Ormond train station has been dramatically blocked at the 11th hour after a motion to reject the project was passed in Parliament.

Animal Welfare Victoria: Victorian farmers blindsided

The Government’s decision to announce Animal Welfare Victoria comes as Labor faces a challenge from the Greens in next month’s Northcote by-election, where the preferences of the Animal Justice Party are expected to be influential.

Greens say the government’s re-announced animal welfare plan is hollow if it doesn’t ban duck shooting, jumps racing, greyhound racing and factory farming

The Andrews government’s re-announced plan to develop an animal action plan and a review of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act are simply hollow if the Andrews government continues to allow duck shooting, jumps racing, greyhound racing, battery hens and sow stalls in Victoria, Greens animal

Greens say F1 Grand Prix continues to cost Victorian taxpayers millions

"The annual report of the Australian Grand Prix Corporation reveals that this year’s F1 grand prix cost an incredible $97.2 million to stage, but only managed to raise $32m in ticket sales and $8m from ‘other sources’, leaving taxpayers to cover the $57.12 million shortfall, Greens MP for the Sou