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SAPOL Secrecy Must End

March 31, 2023

Greens Police Spokesperson Tammy Franks MLC has renewed her party’s call for greater transparency on police misconduct following news that Police Commissioner Grant Stevens will not release details about police officers at the centre of proven or admitted misconduct, despite a request from the...

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Greens Stand in Support of Julian Assange

March 22, 2023

The Greens will today support a motion in the Upper House recognising Julian Assange’s prosecution as an attack on freedoms of the press. Tammy Franks MLC will also speak at rally at 1pm on the steps of Parliament House organised by Adelaide for Assange...

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Liberals Must be Crystal Clear about Crystal Lake

March 15, 2023

The Greens have called on the Marshall Liberal Government to release all of the data and documents they have relating to the water quality and safety at Highbury Quarry, following their announcement that they want to turn the disused quarry into a recreation park...

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Greens Move to Create Independent Office of Animal Welfare

March 09, 2023

Greens MLC Tammy Franks has introduced a Bill in the state’s Upper House to create an Independent Office of Animal Welfare in South Australia, which will ensure independent oversight and review of animal welfare laws. Animal Welfare is currently managed by a complex web...

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Greens Call for End to Greyhound Racing In Hot Weather After Dog Dies on Track

February 23, 2023

The Greens have called on the State Government to immediately ban greyhound racing in temperatures over 38°C following the tragic death of a young greyhound at the Gawler racetrack yesterday. According to the Steward’s report, three-year old Weblac Gem collapsed and died immediately after...

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Landmark Greens Social Work Bill Comes into Effect Today

February 23, 2023

South Australia will be the first state to maintain a registration system for social workers after a Greens bill was today enacted after passing in Parliament in late 2022. The Social Workers Registration Board of South Australia will safeguard the public interest by confirming...

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Greens Warn of Facial Recognition Tech Risks

February 02, 2023

The Greens have called on the State Government to ‘step up’ on progressing privacy protections to address risks in the use of facial recognition technology after Police Commissioner Grant Stevens this week called for greater SAPOL access to facial recognition capabilities. No specific laws...

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