Greens bring travelling film festival to Albury and the Riverina

A travelling film festival focused on social and environmental justice will be heading to Albury and the Riverina from 19 – 22 July. Greens MP David Shoebridge, the Albury and Riverina Greens will be hosting the festival, with engaging and entertaining films that will challenge and educate the audiences on the seriousness of climate change, […]

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Treaty Now Petition

  Our Treaty Now stickers have been hugely popular, and we’ve seen them gracing car bumpers, computers and front doors all the way from Redfern out to Wilcannia, up to the Northern Territory and in Victoria and South Australia. If you’d like to support the campaign for a treaty with our first peoples, and show […]

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Attacks on unions are quite literally killing young workers

A permanently disabling and potentially deadly lung disease has returned to Australian workplaces due to falling work safety standards and attacks on union rights of entry. A series of new cases of silicosis, a lung disease caused by inhaling silica dust, have been diagnosed in workers in the manufactured stone industry. As reported by the […]

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Pell has been charged, the Vatican’s immunity must now end

With Cardinal George Pell today charged with multiple counts of historic child sex abuse, the Greens are renewing the call for Australia to end its diplomatic protection of the Vatican. Greens MP’s have written to the Federal, NSW and Victorian Attorney Generals urging them to implement an extradition treaty with the Vatican and put an […]

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Sky high plans overshadow Chatswood community

Willoughby council will tonight consider plans to let developers build buildings as tall and as large as they want in a recipe for disaster for Chatswood. News that Liberal dominated Willoughby Council is using its last few months in office to further a proposal to remove height restrictions and floor space ratio requirements on development […]

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Bill to fix forced amalgamations passes Upper House

In a win for communities and councils across the state, the Upper House has today passed a bill to end forced council amalgamations. All parties other than the government have voted to halt all outstanding forced amalgamation proposals until residents are given their say in a binding referendum. The bill also gives residents in councils […]

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