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Not if but when - Parliamentary Inquiry recommends NSW criminalise coercive control

20 June, 2021 - The NSW Parliament Joint Select Committee on Coercive Control, of which Greens NSW MP Abigail Boyd was a member, has recommended that NSW introd...

The Greens NSW condemns the bombing of Gaza

19 June, 2021 - The 19 June 2021 meeting of the State Delegates Council of The Greens NSW unanimously endorsed the following proposal, and urged its delegates t...

Fresh documents show scale of bushfire fraud under Coalition Grants scheme

18 June, 2021 - A series of new internal documents show the scale of the fraud on the bushfire grants scheme run by the NSW Coalition Government. Because of a c...

Police Caught Breaching RDT Procedures while Drug Testing Greens MP

3 June, 2021 - Cate Faehrmmann, Greens MP and spokesperson for Harm Reduction and Drug Law Reform, has written to NSW Police Minister David Elliott and the Atto...

Greens Welcome Affirmative Consent Reform

25 May, 2021 - Responding to the NSW Attorney General’s announcement to reform consent laws in NSW, including a model of affirmative consent, the Greens Women’s...

Greens Committed to Enthusiastic Consent Reform in NSW

24 May, 2021 - With reports that Cabinet is meeting today to consider consent law reforms in NSW, Member for Newtown and Greens Women’s Rights spokesperson, Jen...

Concern for family, another death, ripple of pain

21 May, 2021 - First Nations Death in Custody is a brutal outcome of the underservicing and overpolicing of rural First Nations communities.  If the ans...

BOCSAR: Reduction in Over Policing Leads to Less Indigenous Young People in Detention

14 May, 2021 - The NSW  Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research has today released its report into ‘understanding the decline of Aboriginal young people in...

Greens give notice of bill for a Great Koala National Park

14 May, 2021 - Cate Faehrmann Greens MP and spokesperson for the Environment & Wildlife visited the Great Koala National Park Visitor & Information Cent...