Last Week's Media Releases

media-releases

Morrison’s approach to drugs is dangerous: Greens

28 Aug 2015

Australian Greens Leader and Health spokesperson Dr Richard Di Natale today slammed Minister Morrison’s suggestion that drug use cannot be dealt with as health issue.

media-releases

Queensland shark cull by-catch report shows the state must move to effective non-lethal measures

27 Aug 2015

Australian Greens Senator Rachel Siewert has said recently released figures showing the amount of by-catch killed in Queensland nets and drumlines shows why Western Australian’s rejected drumlines along their coasts last year.

More from the last week

Recent Media Releases

media-releases

Australian Greens Senator Rachel Siewert comments on PM’s backflip on Aboriginal conferences

20 Aug 2015

"It is great to see reports that the Prime Minister has flipped on his Captains call rejecting calls for Aboriginal conferences as part of the process leading to the referendum on Constitutional Recognition.

media-releases

Senate fails to call for investigation into Montara oil spill six years after the tragic event

20 Aug 2015

The Senate has failed to allow a motion to receive a vote that calls for the Federal Government to negotiate a full investigation on Montara Oil Spill with Indonesia, six years after the spill.

media-releases

Greens: We must break ‘poverty premium’ debt cycle

20 Aug 2015

The Australian Greens will support a Private Members Bill that will halt predatory loan repayments being paid by Centrepay, however Senator Rachel Siewert said that ‘this is only a small part of what needs to be done to address debt and poverty of low income Australians, particularly those on income support payments’.

media-releases

Focus on adoption disappointing: Siewert

20 Aug 2015

 

Australian Greens Senator and chair of Community Affairs References Committee Senator Rachel Siewert said today that it was ‘very disappointing the release of the Out of Home Care Report was overshadowed by a focus on adoption rather than the 39 recommendations that aim to fix the system as a whole’.

More recent posts

Browse by month