Wikipedia strikes back – where is the Australian Government?

As Wikipedia goes on strike to protest the proposed ‘Stop Online Piracy Act' (SOPA) currently before the US Congress, the Greens have called on the Australian Government to take a stand in defence of Australian internet users and protect the viability of the medium.

Vacant building space in Perth can deliver for housing and small business

Unused building spaces could be converted into affordable housing under a Greens initiative that is attracting growing support.

Local Roads a little Safer

The Australian Greens Member and candidate for Nanango Electorate, Mr Grant Newson, has made life safer for motorists and volunteers in the Brooklands Rural Fire Brigade. 

Qld Greens candidate says the debate on a new Noosa Council misses the most important issue

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Qld: Mining Minister, Let's get back to the facts for Ipswich residents

Residents and business owners of the Ipswich Region might feel a sense of relief with Stirling Hinchliffe, Minister for Employment, Skills and Mining, declaring that “there have been no approvals for large scale commercial mining on the area” (letter Courier Mail 29/12/2011).