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4 days 4 hours ago

Andrea Dawkins MP | Greens' Water spokesperson

The Auditor-General’s report into TasWater confirms what we knew - TasWater inherited a large amount of work to be done over a short period of time, but progress has been significant.

5 days 7 hours ago

Rosalie Woodruff MP | Greens' Marine Environment spokesperson

5 days 7 hours ago

Andrea Dawkins MP | Greens' Environment spokesperson

In their ideologically-driven rush to log the State’s native forests, the Liberals are destroying the habitat of the endangered Swift parrot. They’ve authorised logging of critical parrot habitat in Southern Tasmania, without a thought for the endangered bird.

5 days 7 hours ago

Rosalie Woodruff MP | Greens Member for Franklin

Premier Will Hodgman needs to work with Bruny Islanders to develop a tourism plan that retains the beauty of the environment, protects people's lifestyle, and identifies the carrying capacity for island tourism. 

5 days 7 hours ago

Rosalie Woodruff MP | Greens' Marine Environment spokesperson

The Minister for Primary Industries, Jeremy Rockliff’s announcement of Tassal’s exploration of finfish farming operations off eastern King Island is a desperate attempt to create fictional jobs in his home electorate of Braddon.

6 days 11 hours ago

Premier Will Hodgman needs to work with Bruny Islanders to develop a tourism plan that retains the beauty of the environment, protects people's lifestyle, and identifies the carrying capacity for island tourism. 

The Bruny Island Neck's car park scars the very landscape people go there to see. It shows the Liberals’ indifference to local communities and to Tasmania’s natural values. 

1 week 5 days ago

Andrea Dawkins MP | Greens' Animal Welfare spokesperson

The Greens commend the RSPCA for their position to ban whips in horse racing industry, as a matter of priority. Banning the whip is a solid first step to making the industry more humane.

1 week 6 days ago

Andrea Dawkins MP | Greens' Gambling spokesperson

The Greens welcome the Tasmanian Small Business Council’s policy to reduce poker machines in Tasmania. This is a unique opportunity to free the community from these parasitic machines, and for small businesses to reap the financial reward.

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