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Safeguarding the welfare of older people

21 April, 2020 - Safe Visitor Access campaign launched today to help older people in our community throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Member for Ballina Tamara ...

Environment cannot become a casualty of the COVID-19 crisis

21 April, 2020 - The Andrews Government has continued to green-light the destruction of Victoria’s environment under the cover of COVID-19 with the release of i...

Safeguarding the welfare of older people

21 April, 2020 - Safe Visitor Access campaign launched today to help older people in our community throughout the COVID-19 crisis. Member for Ballina Tamara ...

As COVID pandemic continues, ACT Greens call on Government to immediately house all rough sleepers

20 April, 2020 - Canberra’s rough sleepers should be immediately housed to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, the ACT Greens said today. “We all need a saf...

Millions of taxpayer dollars being spent propping up damaging and loss-making native forest logging

20 April, 2020 - The NSW Government is handing Forestry Corporation $46 million from its $100 million regional grant scheme and there are fears it will lead to ...

Driver licence extensions due to COVID-19

17 April, 2020 - ACT learner licence holders will have their licence renewal date extended under temporary changes to the ACT’s driver licensing scheme in respo...

Struggling Artists and Entertainers need an Arts Minister

17 April, 2020 - Premier Gladys Berejiklian needs to urgently step in and support struggling artists, entertainers and other creative workers or appoint an Arts...

Government must implement reduced deferral period for gay and bisexual men to donate blood

16 April, 2020 - The Victorian Government must promptly implement a reduced deferral period for gay and bisexual men to donate blood following approval by the T...

Splinter could save Local Council workers

15 April, 2020 - A newly proposed 12 month Splinter Award that will be made in the NSW Industrial relations Commission today is the first step towards protectin...

Andrews' relief package could leave thousands of Victorian renters behind

15 April, 2020 - The Victorian Greens have cautiously welcomed the Andrews Government’s announcement of support for renters across the state, including legislat...

Government needs more balanced COVID-19 scrutiny committee

15 April, 2020 - The Andrews Government has announced that it will task the existing Public Accounts and Estimates Committee (PAEC) with scrutinising its COVID-...

Victorian renters need protection both during and after the COVID-19 crisis

14 April, 2020 - The Victorian Greens have said that any package to support renters during the COVID-19 pandemic must also protect them from being saddled with ...

Greens call for roll-out of permanent automated pedestrian signals

14 April, 2020 - The Victorian Greens have called for the urgent roll-out of permanent automatic pedestrian signals at intersections to help reduce the potentia...

Putting an end to native forest logging would save the Government $191.9 million

13 April, 2020 - The Victorian Greens have called on the Andrews Government to immediately stop all native forest logging in Victoria, as new costings show it w...

Now is the time to save the Powerhouse and $1.5 billion

11 April, 2020 - With the resignation of the NSW Arts Minister now is the time for the Premier to step up and scrap his $1.5 billion Powerhouse mistake. With...