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Greyhound Welfare

Given that greyhounds are currently being kept in cages that are three metres squared for up 19hrs a day, Abigail today asked the Government if any Minister would be willing to spend their time locked in a cage of similar size and scope. Their response will not surprise you.

Berejiklian Government chooses to prop up the gas industry at the expense of community and climate

The Greens have slammed the Liberals' decision to back Santos' Narrabri gas project today. The Department of Planning, Industry and Environment has recommended the controversial project be approved "with strict conditions", and Planning Minister Rob Stokes has called on the IPC to hand down a decision within 12 weeks. 

COVID-19 and the State Economy

Given the impact that COVID-19 has had on our economy, today Abigail moved a motion recognising that to tackle this crisis we have to move beyond austerity and begin a just-transition to a renewable driven future.

COVID-19 and Young People

Today Abigail spoke in support of a motion recognising the impacts of COVID-19 on young people, especially in relation to employment opportunities, and the need for the government to provide additional support. 

Disability Advocacy Services Funding

After months and months of stalling, today Abigail asked again why the NSW Government had failed to commit to long-term, secure funding for independent disability advocacy services despite the recommendation from the Ageing & Disability Commissioner for NSW.

Stop the Wallarah 2 coal mine

Whether it’s greenlighting the toxic underground Wallarah 2 coal mine that will consume gigalitres of our supply and threaten its contamination, or allowing the Mangrove Mountain rubbish tip to contaminate our catchment, this government has shown us time and time again that they will ignore community needs in favour of propping up corporate interests.

Greens call for Government overhaul and single Ministry responding to Domestic Violence

This International Women’s Day, the Greens are calling for a single dedicated Ministry within the Premier and Cabinet cluster which has responsibility for both the prevention of and frontline responses to domestic and family violence.A shift to a central government unit responsible for sexual, domestic, and family violence was one of the 49 asks of the Safe State policy platform put forward by the NSW Women’s Alliance.

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