Christine Milne delivers the Greens' 2014 Budget-in-reply Speech

15 May 2014

"We will stand with you, against the Abbott Government. We will stand with you to kick this mob out."


Domestic Violence Candlelight Vigil

08 Nov 2013 | 5:30 pm

Senator Penny Wright to attend a candle lighting vigil to remember those who have died as a result of domestic and family violence and the loved ones left behind. 

This event is organised by the Coalition of Women's Domestic Violence Services South Australia. 



2013 Federal Election Platform

13 Jul 2013

Standing Up For What Matters - The Greens' Plan for a Better Australia.


Q&A with the Greens in Mayo - McLaren Vale

02 Jun 2016 | 7:15 pm

The Greens continue their series of Q&A sessions in the electorate of Mayo, with an evening event in McLaren Vale on Thursday 2 June.


Greens comment on Whitlam Liberal candidate pulling out

26 May 2016

Greens NSW Senator Lee Rhiannon and Greens candidate for Whitlam Tom Hunt have commented on Liberal candidate for Whitlam Dr Carolyn Currie’s decision to pull out of the election 13 days after she was declared a candidate. 


Greens welcome local traders proposal to manage drug issues in Richmond

25 May 2016

The Greens today said the proposal from local traders in Richmond to support a supervised injecting facility for the area and not simply CCTV cameras was worthy of consideration to help deal with drug issues present in Richmond.


Sunday Session at the Sceptre with Senator Scott Ludlam

29 May 2016 | 6:30 pm

Senator Scott Ludlam is swinging by Adelaide for one night only to support the South Australian Greens' election campaign, welcome new volunteers and celebrate our amazing current volunteers.


Malcolm Turnbull disappoints in Tasmania yet again

20 May 2016

Launceston-based Greens Senator Peter Whish-Wilson makes the following comment on the Malcolm Turnbull visit to Launceston today.

Senator Whish-Wilson said, “There was more money invested in Tasmania in the stage-management of a press event than there was in actual funding announcements for the Tasmanian community.

“Malcolm Turnbull tried to roll out new campaign lines, but instead found himself unable to find answers on Tasmania’s seven consecutive months of jobs losses across the state or University of Tasmania relocation funding.

“Another visit from the senior levels of the Liberal government, another time they bat away answers on the University funding. It’s time for Turnbull to stop dithering and make the call.

“Turnbull brought his Trade Minister to town to talk up new trade deals but the Liberals were speechless when asked about the crisis in the dairy industry that the free trade deals have done nothing to prevent.

“If the Prime Minister was fair dinkum about Tasmania he would visit with CSIRO scientists and hear their concerns about what his government’s cuts have done to Hobart’s climate science community.



Greens call on Illawarra Labor – put young casuals first, back penalty rate protection

17 May 2016

Greens Cunningham candidate Cath Blakey and Greens NSW Senator Lee Rhiannon are calling on Illawarra Labor branches and MPs to support union and Greens plans to protect penalty rates through legislation. 


Ground breaking report sets secure future for south east forests

17 May 2016

Greens Eden Monaro candidate Tamara Ryan and Greens NSW Senator Lee Rhiannon have strongly backed a ground breaking report by the NSW National Parks Association that details how the Regional Forests Agreements have failed.

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