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Greens announce national plan for legal, accessible and affordable abortion

24 May 2016

The Australian Greens today announced a $15 million plan to improve the accessibility and affordability of abortion nationally. 


Greens push for state cash-for-container scheme and announce national scheme for if state government fails to deliver

20 May 2016

The Greens are calling on the state government to establish a cash-for-container scheme and have announced a national scheme to be established should the state government fail to act to protect the Gold Coast’s beaches from plastic pollution. 


Greens to power up Sunshine Coast solar with battery-storage plan

19 May 2016

The Greens have announced a costed plan to support the tens of thousands of Sunshine Coast solar households to install battery storage and to encourage even more homes to shift to clean-energy.

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Old parties want to gut agency funding ground-breaking UNSW solar research

18 May 2016

UNSW's world-leading research, announced today, which breaks a world record for solar efficiency, is funded through the Australian Renewable Energy Agency, which both the old parties want to cut by $1 billion.


Cape Grim and poll finding global warming a vote-changer show old parties ignoring science and community

16 May 2016

Confirmation from Cape Grim that atmospheric carbon dioxide has reached 400 parts per million and another poll showing Australians want action on global warming show the old parties are out of touch with the science and the community.


QLD families to be slugged $287m by childcare delay

12 May 2016

The Australian Greens have expressed concern for the thousands of Queensland families who will be disadvantaged by the government's decision to delay the implementation of childcare reforms by one year, as revealed in the May Budget.

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