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The fate of journalism and Julian Assange

13 December, 2019 - Julian Assange’s extradition to the country whose war crimes he exposed sets a dangerous precedent for press freedom – and our democracy. Ho...

The PM needs to grow some ... climate ambition

13 December, 2019 - Much of Australia is on fire and yet our PM is nowhere to be seen. Instead, it’s people like you powering the movement for action on climate...

Canberra’s coffee cup scheme starts today!

11 December, 2019 - The ACT Government has today launched a new reusable coffee cup scheme to help reduce the amount of single-use cups in our region. More ...

Koala Inquiry to Hear Evidence That More Than 30% of North Coast Koala habitat Destroyed by Fires

9 December, 2019 - Ecologist Dailan Pugh will present evidence to a NSW Upper House Inquiry into Koala Populations that up to one third of koala habitat on the ...

Manufactured stone so dangerous that suppliers can’t get product liability insurance

7 December, 2019 - Manufactured stone is considered so dangerous the industry that sells it can’t get product liability insurance. This will leave people exp...

North East Link approval highlights Victoria's broken environmental laws

6 December, 2019 - The Victorian Greens have called for a complete overhaul of the environmental effects process for major infrastructure projects in Victoria, ...

ACT Greens announce lead candidates for 2020 election as climate becomes Australians’ number 1 concern

6 December, 2019 -   With bushfires raging near the city, water restrictions not far off, and climate becoming the number one concern of Australians, th...

Transparency and accountability lacking as rate of WA strip-searches rises 60%

6 December, 2019 - Greens spokesperson for Integrity in Government Hon Alison Xamon MLC has called on the WA Government to improve transparency and accountabili...

Latest numbers show bus patronage has fallen in parts of Canberra

5 December, 2019 - The latest public transport patronage data obtained by the Greens from Questions on Notice shows that bus use is falling in Woden, Belconnen ...

The Greens call on the Premier to remove shark nets immediately

4 December, 2019 - Tamara Smith, Member for Ballina and NSW Greens spokesperson for Marine and Fisheries is today calling on the NSW Government to remove shark ...

Canberrans urged to keep themselves, and the environment, safe this Christmas

2 December, 2019 - Minister for Climate Change, Sustainability and Consumer Affairs Shane Rattenbury has reminded Canberrans to stay safe and reduce their envir...

Release of Victorian transport plan blocked by Labor and minor parties

29 November, 2019 - Victorians will continue to be kept in the dark about the Victorian Government’s transport planning after a Greens amendment was bizarrely d...

Logging while NSW burns

29 November, 2019 - Images have emerged which show continued logging operations in NSW native forests by Forestry Corporation contractors despite the widespread...

Speech - Daily acknowledgment in Ngunnawal language

28 November, 2019 - Madam Speaker it is with great pleasure that I rise today to speak to this item of Assembly business. Firstly, I’d like to acknowledge th...

Greens secure better housing deal for vulnerable South Australians

28 November, 2019 - After intensive consultation with numerous stakeholders, the Greens have supported the passage of the Government’s Land Tax Amendment Bill t...