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Why we need more Greens in the upper house

10 March, 2021 - There are two things we can be relatively sure of in the upcoming state election: Labor will win the lower house, and that voting below the lin...

Have YourSay on updated standards for classifying waste

10 March, 2021 - The ACT Government is calling on the community to have their say on the updated standards for classifying waste in the ACT. The ACT Governm...

Morrison, Andrews have dropped ball on Yallourn

10 March, 2021 - The Greens have responded to the early closure of Yallourn by 2028 by slamming the Federal and State governments’ refusal to legislate a clear ...

Two First Nations deaths in custody in last week in NSW jails  

9 March, 2021 - Evidence in the Budget Estimates hearing into Corrections this morning has disclosed that two First Nations people have died in NSW prisons in t...

Government sets Koalas up for extinction

9 March, 2021 - A new Koala SEPP just released by the Government is a win for the logging industry and a huge loss in the fight to save koalas from extinction i...

Vulnerable witnesses heard during first year of ACT Intermediary Program

9 March, 2021 - Over 150 vulnerable witnesses have provided their best evidence to the justice system with the help of the ACT’s Intermediary Program, which mar...

Canberra’s vulnerable witnesses heard during first year of ACT Intermediary Program

9 March, 2021 - Over 150 vulnerable witnesses have provided their best evidence to the justice system with the help of the ACT’s Intermediary Program, which mar...

Technology Upgrade Fund to build digital capacity for community organisations

9 March, 2021 - The ACT Government is consulting with community organisations to deliver a $478,000 Technology Upgrade Fund to help build their digital capacity...

Greens welcome commission, say truth-telling must be central to any Treaty process

9 March, 2021 - The Greens today welcomed the announcement of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission in Victoria - a historical opportunity for First Nations peo...

Teach Us Consent’ Launches NSW Parliament E-Petition

8 March, 2021 - Backed by NSW women MPs from across the political spectrum, Chanel Contos has launched a NSW e-petition on International Women’s Day. The petiti...

ACT Greens Correspondence to Prime Minister Hon Scott Morrison

8 March, 2021 - Dear Prime Minister We are writing with regard to the announcement by your Attorney-General Christian Porter that he is the Cabinet Minister ...

NSW Greens MPs call for reinstatement of sexual assault minister

8 March, 2021 - NSW Greens MPs Jenny Leong and Abigail Boyd are urgently calling on the Premier to reinstate the Minister for the Prevention of Sexual Assault. ...

Motion directing NSW Parliament to provide sexual consent training and review it’s processes passes upper house

7 March, 2021 - A motion calling on NSW Parliament to take proactive measures to ensure it is a safe workplace for all women and is free from sexual assault and...

New funding to help local heritage projects

6 March, 2021 - Applications are now open for the 2021-22 ACT Heritage Grants Program which helps celebrate the history and heritage of the ACT. “This is suc...

Creating an underclass of gig workers

5 March, 2021 - The leaked NSW Cabinet proposal to create a cut-rate workers compensation scheme for gig economy workers threatens to create a permanent undercl...