The Greens question minister about compulsory land acquisitions
Abigail ask the minister about Transport NSW undervaluing residents' properties as well as their bullying and harassment directed towards residents in order to acquire land for the New England Highway upgrade.
Another round of Budget Estimates!
A crazy three weeks of Budget Estimates have just wrapped up here in NSW Parliament. So, what have we learned?
Unjust land acquisition process leaves residents distressed and displaced
The Legislative Council's Transport Committee today handed down its long-awaited report on the State's acquisition of land in relation to major transport projects.
Coalition Government must provide greater toll transparency
Abigail spoke in parliament on toll transparency, calling for a reduction of toll costs to no more than $2.20.
Greens oppose Government bill that fails regional communities and their right to public transport
Abigail spoke to oppose the Government's rail trails bill, which actually stands to disenfranchise regional communities and their public transport.
Sydneysiders bearing brunt of toxic toll arrangements - Tolling Inquiry report slams NSW Coalition Government’s record on toll road privatisation
The Legislative Council's Transport Committee today handed down its long-awaited report on the State's road tolling regime.
GREENS MPS STAND UNWAVERING IN SUPPORT FOR ALL INDUSTRIAL ACTION
Abigail, along with every one of her NSW Greens colleagues, wrote an open letter to all teachers, nurses and midwives, transport workers and unions taking industrial action this week in support and...
Perrottet Government does not regret privatising toll roads
Abigail questioned the Minister for Roads today about the Government's privatisation of toll roads across the State at the profit of big corps such as Transurban.
Supporting e-conveyancing and anti-monopolisation of public services
Abigail spoke in support of e-conveyancing legislation, and touched on the importance of public services remaining in public hands.
Greens continue to fight to block Coalition Government's draconian anti-protest laws
Abigail demanded transparency from the Minister for Roads, questioning whether the Government received any external legal advice before ramming through anti-protest laws.