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WA Greens ready for election 2016

08 May 2016

Climate change, refugees, housing affordability, inequality and threats to our environment have galvanised the largest grassroots campaign ever organised by the Greens (WA) with hundreds of volunteers already doorknocking and phone banking for the upcoming election.

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Williamtown in crisis, Turnbull government offers peanuts

06 May 2016

State Liberal MP Niall Blair has admitted in parliament that there is tension between the Baird and Turnbull governments over the federal government’s response to the contamination crisis at Williamtown and other sites, Greens NSW Senator said today.

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Final Budget of Abbott-Turnbull government lays bare the economic policy failures for Tasmania

04 May 2016

Greens Senator for Tasmania, Peter Whish-Wilson, says that last night’s Federal Budget is an admission of failure by the Liberals to deliver for Tasmania's economy.

“First the Government wound up their $6.5 million employment incentive aimed at attracting 2000 jobs; it ending up employing just 160 people.

“The Cadbury’s $15 million grant was a farce from beginning to end. Not a cent of the money has been yet to be spent despite the Government’s term effectively being over.

“The Tasmanian Major Projects Unit has done little more than occupy an empty office in Launceston  and produce brochures on how to apply for development funds.

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Q&A with the Greens in Mayo - Mount Barker

25 May 2016 | 6:30 pm

Come along and meet Greens Senator Robert Simms and Greens candidate for Mayo, Dr Nathan Daniell, and hear the Greens' plans for Mayo and SA. 

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Turnbull rules for rich - $6 b ripped out education, health; $12b tax breaks for business

04 May 2016

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s first budget that will drive increasing inequality with its tax breaks for the very wealthy is a reminder why this budget should be the last for this Liberal-National government, Greens NSW Senator Lee Rhiannon said. 

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Australian Greens statement on the death of John Kaye MP

03 May 2016

The Australian Greens are deeply saddened by the death of our colleague and friend John Kaye.

Our hearts go out to his partner, Lynne, and his family at this time of deep loss.

 

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Greens May Day candidate launch - workers' rights priority for Blaxland, Senate campaign

01 May 2016

The Greens chose the eve of May Day to launch their Blaxland campaign with Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon indicating strong support for Blaxland candidate Suzan Virago's commitment to workers' rights. 

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Future Adelaide Forum: ensuring South Australia thrives in the 21st century

17 May 2016 | 6:00 pm

South Australia faces some big challenges, but with these challenges comes enormous opportunity. Our capital city could lead the world in sustainability, creativity and social justice. Let's talk about how.

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Q&A with the Greens in Boothby

18 May 2016 | 6:30 pm

Come along and meet Greens Senator Robert Simms and Greens candidate for Boothby, Jane Bange, and hear the Greens’ plans for Boothby and SA.

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Q&A with the Greens in Mayo - Mylor

19 May 2016 | 6:30 pm

Come along and meet Greens Senator Robert Simms and Greens candidate for Mayo, Dr Nathan Daniell, and hear the Greens' plans for Mayo and SA.

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