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5 years 10 months ago
  Upper House Scathing on Anti-Protest Legislation 

In a major embarrassment to the government, the Legislative Council has refused to send the radical anti-protest legislation to a parliamentary committee, with many MLCs scathingly critical of the Bill.

“This is a major embarrassment for the government. The Bill was supposedly so urgent that it was guillotined through the Lower House, and now it is languishing in the Upper House with no guarantee that it has the numbers to pass,” said Greens Justice spokesperson Nick McKim MP.

6 years 4 months ago
Workers Rights Still Need Protecting

This annual Labour Day is both a celebration of past recognitions of workers rights, as well as a source of inspiration for today’s workers facing the most anti-worker government Tasmania has seen for decades, Greens Leader Kim Booth MP said today.

“Labour day was a huge victory for workers rights, with its recognition of every person’s right to eight hours work, rest and sleep each day,” Mr Booth said.

6 years 4 months ago
Keeping heritage rail on track 

The Tasmanian Greens’ Tourism spokesperson Tim Morris MP today announced a $2.25 million plan to help the state’s heritage rail operators deliver world-class tourism experiences.   “Heritage rail already plays an important role in our tourism industry, and this funding will unlock a huge amount of new potential,” Mr Morris said.  
6 years 4 months ago
Keeping power at home

The Tasmanian Greens today released their energy policy initiative to keep power at home.    “Keeping power in Tasmania is of more economic benefit to the state than exporting it to the mainland,” said Greens Energy Spokesperson Kim Booth MP.   
6 years 5 months ago
United States President backs equality push 

6 years 5 months ago

"Unfinished Business: Time for a Tasmanian Aboriginal Treaty"

6 years 7 months ago

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