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Gun ownership research reveals critical need for national firearms registry
Media Release 12 October 2017 Gun ownership research reveals critical need for national firearms registry New research by the Greens shows the extraordinary numbers of guns owned by private individuals in Australia and the urgent need for a national firearms registry across Australia. Detailed gun data is available from NSW, the ACT and South Australia and it shows private individuals owning hundreds of guns in suburban Sydney, Newcastle and Adelaide. In other States such as Victoria and Queensland State governments refuse to release details of gun numbers. You can find out how many guns are in NSW neighbourhoods by searching your postcode on the Greens website TooManyGuns  Greens Senator and Gun Control Spokesperson Lee Rhiannon said: “Why does anyone need to own more than 300 guns in suburban Sydney or Newcastle? “These numbers show that there’s clearly a problem with our gun laws that needs fixing. “At least in NSW, South Australia and the ACT the community can see the ext











Congratulations Dr Samantha Ratnam, our new Victorian Greens Leader
Australian Greens Leader, Dr Richard Di Natale has welcomed the announcement of Dr Samantha Ratnam as the new leader of the Victorian Greens. Samantha was announced as leader in Melbourne today, with Nina Springle selected as her deputy. “Samantha is an outstanding community leader and has committed so much of her time to helping make our nation better,” Senator Di Natale said. “As a councillor, mayor, social worker and project manager at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre, Sam has shown the kind of courage, strength and compassion that is woefully lacking in today’s politics. “I have known Sam for many years. She is extremely talented and well respected, as a Victorian Greens member, I’m incredibly proud to have her leading our party. “Alongside Sam, Nina Springle as deputy leader and their parliamentary team will continue to provide dynamic and progressive alternatives to the old parties as we look forward to the upcoming state election”. Media ReleaseGeneral











International fur ban puts limit on kangaroo products
MEDIA RELEASE 12 October 2017 International fur ban puts limit on kangaroo products             Greens animal welfare spokesperson Senator Lee Rhiannon has congratulated Humane Society US and its Italian-based animal welfare group LAV, for their work in achieving a permanent ban on the use of fur in Gucci fashion. “The ban on the use of fur by an international label is particularly significant for Australia as it includes a ban on the use of kangaroo fur,” Senator Rhiannon said. “This win for animals and animal groups is huge. It demonstrates again that no-one wants to be associated with the barbarity that is the fur trade. “Obtaining kangaroo fur can involve bludgeoning joeys, and shooting both their mothers and protective male kangaroos. “This ban by a world leading fashion house is a huge setback for the abhorrent commercial kangaroo fur and skin trade. “I am sure that the ban California already has in place on the importation of kangaroo products including t











Penalty Rates decision shows labour laws broken and parliament must now override cuts: Bandt
Penalty Rates decision shows labour laws broken and parliament must now override cuts: Bandt  Our labour laws are broken if they allow cuts to the wages of low paid workers and Parliament must now step in and back the Greens' move to override cuts to penalty rates, Greens workplace relations spokesperson Adam Bandt MP said today.  Unions have lost their legal bid to overturn the Fair Work Commission's decision to cut penalty rates for hospitality, retail and fast-food workers. “If a court can give the Fair Work Commission the green light to cut the pay of low paid workers, our labour laws are broken and Parliament must step in," said Mr Bandt. "The Greens were the first to commit at the last election to protect penalty rates in law and eventually, after the election, Labor came on board. The government now has nowhere to hide.” “Workers are facing record low wages growth and the Turnbull government’s cuts to penalty rates hits some of the lowest paid workers hard.” “The P














 
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