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Rosalie Woodruff MP - 26 July 2019
There is no excuse for the abuse of animals. The actions of those individuals who maimed two defenceless wallabies, by shooting them with a bow and arrow, are despicable.
Rosalie Woodruff MP - 24 July 2019
The Tasmanian Government must undertake a thorough investigation of salmon farming processes as a matter of urgency, following advice that Tasmanian salmon has been confirmed as the source of a deadly listeria outbreak on the mainland.
Cassy O'Connor MP - 23 July 2019
Hobart City Council’s vote in support of pill testing puts new Health Minister, Sarah Courtney, in the spotlight.
22 July 2019

Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens Leader

The lies and corruption at the heart of the 2018 State Election has been laid bare by the sudden closure of the Glenorchy RSL.

Cassy O'Connor MP - 10 July 2019
The latest Tasmanian Gaming Commission data reveals that in the month of April alone, $1.5 million was poured into the EGMs in Glenorchy.
Rosalie Woodruff MP - 2 July 2019
Today’s swearing in of Mark Shelton as Minister for Police, Fire and Emergency Management halts the work of the Parliamentary inquiry into Tasmania’s gun laws. The report of the Committee will be delayed due to Mr Shelton stepping down, just as it was when former MP Adam Brooks’ resigned earlier this year. 
1 July 2019

Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens Leader and Disability Services spokesperson

An estimated 10 600 Tasmanians will now be eligible to receive services and supports, with the rollout of the full National Disability Insurance Scheme from today.

Rosalie Woodruff MP - 29 June 2019
The Liberals had the chance to make a bold statement and a tangible difference when it comes to tackling waste in Tasmania, but their plan falls far short of what’s needed. 
28 June 2019

Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens Leader and Animal Welfare spokesperson

When twenty senior farm managers put their serious concerns about animal welfare in writing, government must pay attention.

27 June 2019

Cassy O’Connor MP | Greens Leader

The Greens warmly welcome Police Minister, Michael Ferguson’s announcement that he will introduce legislation to remove the offence of begging from the statutes.