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Sea Shepherd doing the government #039;s job in the Southern Ocean
Peter Whish-Wilson
23 Dec 2016
Animal WelfareHealthy Oceans
Greens spokesperson for Whaling, Senator Peter Whish-Wilson says that the Australian Government's failure to keep their promise to monitor Japanese whaling activity in the Southern Ocean means a slaughter in the Southern Ocean is immenent this Christmas.
Senator Whish-Wilson said, 鈥淭he Liberal Government is showing a perverse lack of will in failing to send a patrol boat and protect Australian waters from whaling.
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2016 in Brief
Peter Whish-Wilson
23 Dec 2016
Our SocietyNew EconomyTreasuryEnvironmentHealthy Oceans
Once again it鈥檚 that time of the year, and boy what a year it has been! Firstly a big thank you for all your support, without the people behind us who are prepared to take action and change the world our cause would be impossible. You are making a difference and it has been a privilege to be with you on this journey as one of your elected representatives.
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Greens comment on PFAS contamination threat, funding uncertainty
Lee Rhiannon
22 Dec 2016
Environment and Biodiversity
Six months after the Coalition government announced a $55 million funding package to deal with contamination at Defence sites across Australia, including at Williamtown in New South Wales and Oakey in Queensland, details of the package remain unclear. The figures were released on Monday, in the Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook report.
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Greens NSW Senator Lee Rhiannon and Greens NSW MP Mehreen Faruqi have commented on uncertainty over funding package, and on the threat that PFAS chemicals pose to human health, plants and animals.聽
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PC report into copyright changes must not be the trojan horse for further attacks on Australian arts
Sarah Hanson-Young
20 Dec 2016
Arts
Proposed changes to copyright laws in Australia do nothing to protect artists and devalue their contribution to our society, The Australian Greens say.
"The Productivity Commission's report is more about a establishing a protection racket for the big multi-national corporations like Google, than a genuine response to audience needs or investing in Australian jobs or industry," Greens Arts spokesperson Senator Sarah Hanson-Young said.
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Young people lose out in MYEFO as generation gap worsens
Sarah Hanson-Young
20 Dec 2016
Education
Australian Greens Finance and Youth spokesperson Senator Sarah Hanson-Young has slammed the Turnbull government for its inaction in bridging the generation gap in today鈥檚 MYEFO.聽鈥淭he Turnbull government has done nothing today to tackle looming generational inequality,鈥 Senator Hanson-Young said.聽"With budget cuts to services and little to tackle slow wage growth or housing affordability, young Australians remain the big losers under this Government.聽聽
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Government fails to address real issues of inequality in MYEFO
Rachel Siewert
19 Dec 2016
Family, Ageing, Community and Disability Services
The Government鈥檚 MYEFO has once again proven to be a budget document lacking imagination that seeks to pick apart the thread of our social safety net while offering no real solutions to overcoming barriers people face that keep them below the poverty line and out of work.
鈥淎nother MYEFO has passed and the Government has once again failed to meaningfully address major underlying issues with our social safety net that are having a huge impact on our most vulnerable and increasing inequality.
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Greens respond to poor Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook report card
Richard Di Natale
19 Dec 2016
Finance and TradeTreasury
The Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook released today highlights the Turnbull Government鈥檚 dead-end plan to balance the budget on the backs of the most vulnerable Australians, Leader of the Australian Greens Dr Richard Di Natale said.
鈥嬧淭here is one message in this MYEFO for everyday Australians: unless you鈥檙e a big corporation or Liberal Party donor, you don鈥檛 matter.鈥
鈥淢alcolm Turnbull鈥檚 plan to hand out tax cuts to the wealthiest Australians while wage growth remains stagnant is a slap in the face to ordinary Australians doing it tough.鈥澛
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Release of CCTV footage of Ms Dhu a welcome development, Govt must now stop jail for non-payment of fines
Rachel Siewert
16 Dec 2016
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Issues
Findings by the WA Coroner that Ms Dhu鈥檚 death could have been prevented as early as the day before she died should jolt the Government into acting on Aboriginal deaths in custody, particularly the practice of jail time for non-payment of fines.
鈥淭he coroner鈥檚 findings are no doubt incredibly distressing for the family and friends of Ms Dhu, but the coroner鈥檚 decision to release the CCTV footage is testament to immense determination from Ms Dhu鈥檚 family who wanted it released鈥, Australian Greens Senator Rachel Siewert said today.
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Ombudsman report shows Aboriginal people in remote communities disadvantaged by new approach to DSP
Rachel Siewert
16 Dec 2016
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Issues
A Commonwealth Ombudsman report on struggles experienced by remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people trying to access the Disability Support Pension (DSP) demonstrates how flawed the process has been that has effectively excluded vulnerable members of the community.
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Richard responds to government dental cuts
Richard Di Natale
15 Dec 2016
Health
Leader of the Australian Greens Dr Richard Di Natale condemned the Turnbull government's huge cuts to dental services funding announced today by Health Minister Susan Ley.聽鈥淭he is another attempt by this Government to balance the budget off the back of health care for the most vulnerable people in our society. Cutting the value of the Child Dental Benefits Schedule by $300 per child will significantly reduce the amount of dental care that Aussie kids can access.鈥澛
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Instead of setting their sights on the big tax-avoiding multinationals who deny us billions billions of dollars in revenue every year, the government is going after people who can least afford it -- and it seems often incorrectly too. Here's some handy tips for if you get a Centrelink debt letter.
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Exactly. The current punitive approach to drug use is failing terribly, so let's start doing things differently.
The Greens are committed to a new approach, where the resources we currently pour into policing personal drug use are redirected into well-funded drug treatment programs and harm reduction policies to help keep people safe.
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