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Greens bushwalking club: join now!

As part of our campaigning to protect wild places (and as a respite from campaigning!) we plan regular bushwalks around NSW with Greens members and supporters. Where possible we have local environmental or Aboriginal heritage experts with us, and we’ll often go on walks that include sites of important environmental or heritage significance. Are you […]

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Mambo shows needs for assessment before sale of public lands

The Greens are calling for urgent reforms to the Crown Lands Act to require public agencies to assess the ecological and other values of public lands before selling them. Today’s call follows Parliamentary Secretary Scot Macdonald’s statement on ABC radio this week in relation to the recent sale of part of the Mambo Wetlands at […]

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Congratulations to our new Greens Councillors

 Last Saturday those councils that have so far survived the Baird Government’s forced amalgamations went to the polls. With votes still being counted, The Greens look likely to have elected councillors in at least 19 of the 29 councils where we ran candidates. Those councillors, all of whom were democratically preselected by their local group, […]

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EVENT: Hawkesbury Activist Training Day

Calling all campaigners and activists!  We are running a training day for anyone who wants to become more involved in their community as a non-violent active campaigner. What do you need to do to run a successful campaign? What kind of skills does your organisation need to make an impact? A wider range of skills […]

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2013: A Green Review

As the year draws to a close we can look back on some of the great campaigning achievements of 2013. But most of all we want to thank you for your support. Without it none of the work of the Greens NSW MPs would have been possible: ​ Making public transport a priority for both Sydney and regional […]

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Democracy Returns to the Illawarra

The local government elections in Wollongong and Shellharbour are highly likely to produce outcomes where no party has an outright majority. This is a win for local democracy, according to Greens NSW Illawarra and Local Government spokesperson David Shoebridge.

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