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Greens announce plans to reverse income management

24 Jun 2016

The Australia Greens have announced a policy initiative to stop compulsory income management, which has repeatedly failed to reduce disadvantage in the Northern Territory.

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DSP applicant claims plummeting a cause for concern: Greens

24 Jun 2016

News that the vast majority of DSP applicants are being rejected since the Government changed eligibility rules and assessment process is not a cause for celebration and should be urgently addressed, Australian Greens Senator Rachel Siewert said today.

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Greens commit to Royal Commission into abuse, violence and neglect of people with disability and call on ALP and Coalition to do the same

23 Jun 2016

The Australian Greens have today committed $400m over four years to fund a Royal Commission into abuse, violence and neglect of people with disability in institutional and residential settings.

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Greens announce support for older Australians

21 Jun 2016

 The Greens have today launched a package that supports older Australians; ensuring they have a quality aged care system, support in finding and maintain employment for mature workers, and additional funding for palliative care and dementia.

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Greens announce package to help farmers sell direct

20 Jun 2016

The Australian Greens have announced plans to break the duopoly of major supermarkets with an initiative that will help farmers sell their produce directly to members of the community, Senator Rachel Siewert has said today.

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Wine tax changes threaten jobs in the South West: Greens

17 Jun 2016

The Coalition's Wine Equalisation Tax reforms  support the big end of town at the expense of local businesses, resulting  in hardship and a loss of jobs across the South West’s wine growing regions, the Greens said today.

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