The Greens have called for emergency service announcements to be translated into Auslan (Australian Sign Language), ensuring they are fully accessible for deaf and hard of hearing South Australians.
The SA Best lower house candidate most likely to be elected, Tom Antonio in Giles, has yesterday strongly contradicted SA Best claims of standing with the region’s communities against a nuclear waste dump, while being interviewed on ABC North and West Radio.*
The Greens have today come out in support of the challenge from AnglicareSA and Uniting Communities for a new approach in SA to resolve the child protection crisis.
The Greens have challenged all parties contesting next month’s South Australian election to commit to Industrial Manslaughter legislation, following a recent workplace death at the construction site of a new power farm near Port Augusta.
With the federal NXT Team today voting to support a Senate motion calling for poker machines to be phased out, the Greens have called on Nick Xenophon to clarify his position at a state level, inviting SA Best to stand with them on gambling reform.
At least 6000 South Australians who will die this year will miss out on the palliative care they need and want. Greens Health Spokesperson, Tammy Franks MLC, is calling for all parties contesting the state election to address this urgent situation and pledge an additional $24.5m so that those 6,000 people and their loved ones may access the care they need to die with dignity and comfort.
Speaking at the Council for Education Associations of South Australia Education (CEASA) Policy Forum, Greens Education spokesperson Tammy Franks MLC has demanded that an Education Ombudsman must be a top priority for whom ever is the state's Premier after March 17.
Greens education spokespeople Senator Sarah Hanson-Young and Tammy Franks MLC are calling out both the state and federal Labor parties for trying to hide from scrutiny surrounding the crisis hitting TAFE in South Australia.