Defend mass media diversity in Australia

Media laws must be urgently reformed to prevent further concentration of ownership of Australia’s media.

Fisheries Minister misses the obvious

The response of Fisheries Minister, Craig Wallace, to the preliminary report from Veterinary Scientist Dr Matt Landos on the health of barramundi caught in Gladstone Harbour is unsatisfactory and misses the point according to the Queensland Greens.

Grave concerns remain after license granted to Lynas

The Australian Greens have expressed grave concerns over the Malaysian Government's approval for a new rare earth refinery in Pahang.

West Australian Senator Scott Ludlam said many local residents, environment groups and other parties were still deeply troubled by the proposed refinery and the process by which it has been established.

We want a nurturing culture not more audits in schools

State spokesperson for the Queensland Greens, Libby Connors, said that the Greens were not surprised at the split in ministerial ranks over the release of school audit results.

"The obsession with measuring and ranking is the antithesis of the stress-free but stimulating environment required for learning.

"That is true for children and it is true for teachers.

Healthy Wetlands Equal Healthy, Happy People.

Today is World Wetlands Day and the Greens candidate for Whitsunday, Jonathon Dykyj, is asking people to give wetlands and the role they play a second thought.