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Time for federal government to go back to the drawing board on VET funding

23 Apr 2015

The federal government should immediately review the COAG agreement on vocational education and training funding that has seen hundreds of millions of dollars flow to private, for-profit providers.

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Coalition aid cuts are hurting world’s most vulnerable

20 Apr 2015

Australian Greens spokesperson for international aid and development Senator Lee Rhiannon says the Coalition’s $11 billion cut to overseas aid is adversely impacting aid agencies. 

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Senate voting reform about ending backroom preference deals

16 Apr 2015

The Greens have reaffirmed their support for Senate voting reform and criticised Senator David Leyonhjelm’s self-interested opposition to giving voters greater control of their preferences.

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They’re polluting the planet for free, and you’re paying the price

27 Apr 2015 | 6:00 pm

Greens leader Christine Milne will be speaking at the Sydney Environment Institute about Australia's global warming policy challenges.

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May Day March

03 May 2015 | 11:00 am

May Day is a day of celebration of the hard won rights of workers, including the eight-hour work day.

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Sniff Off Party

30 May 2015 | 7:00 pm

Drug sniffer dogs do not work. In fact they are wrong 64-72% of the time. When they do find drugs, it is normally a small amount for personal use - only 2% of searches result in a supply conviction.