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Time to rally community behind constitutional recognition

26 Jan 2015

Australian Greens Leader Christine Milne says 2015 is the year Australia should recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Constitution, with a referendum that is fully understood and supported by the community.

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Greens congratulate Rosie Batty

25 Jan 2015

On behalf of the Australian Greens, Leader Christine Milne is congratulating Rosie Batty on being named the 2015 Australian of the Year.

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Greens ramping up push for country of origin food labelling

25 Jan 2015

This Australia Day weekend, Greens Leader Christine Milne is ramping up the campaign for country of origin food labelling to support Australian farmers and workers.

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Minimum wage and penalty rates under threat– Greens

23 Jan 2015

Greens Leader Christine Milne says the minimum wage and penalty rates are under threat in Australia. "It is absolutely clear that regardless of the findings of the Productivity Commission, the Coalition is intent on making life harder for Australian workers," Senator Milne said.

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Handout to private sector + increased fees the only parts of Pyne plan left standing

23 Jan 2015

The biggest components left of Christopher Pyne's higher education Bill are a $450 million windfall to private higher education providers and debt that could be as high as $200 000 for some students.

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Australian Government must apologise to David Hicks

23 Jan 2015

With reports that the United States Government has admitted that former Guantanamo Bay detainee David Hicks is innocent and his conviction in 2007 for providing material support for terrorism is invalid, Greens Leader Christine Milne has called for the Australian Government to apologise to for its part in his wrongful imprisonment, torture and the outrageous abuses of related legal processes.

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