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Greens Call for Adelaide Concert Hall

December 02, 2022

The Greens have called for the State Government to construct a purpose-built concert hall to cement Adelaide’s global reputation as a city of music. Although Adelaide was designated as Australia's first UNESCO City of Music in 2015 and hosts world class music events including...

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Greens Move to Protect Workers from Harmful Silica Dust

December 01, 2022

A Greens bill to ban any work that would expose people to dangerous crystalline silica dust has successfully proceeded to a parliamentary committee today after receiving support in the Upper House. The bill proposed by Greens MLC Tammy Franks would amend the Work Health...

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Greens Flag Stronger Shelter Standards Following Animal Cruelty Charges

November 17, 2022

Greens MLC Tammy Franks will reintroduce a bill to the State’s Upper House to strengthen South Australia’s animal welfare laws, which are currently some of the weakest in the nation. The move comes after the directors of the South Australian Humane Animal Rescue Association...

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Premier Must Rule Out Any Public Monies to Saudi Sportswashing

November 01, 2022

Greens MLC Tammy Franks has called on Premier Peter Malinauskas to rule out providing any public monies to Saudi Arabia after he welcomed the LIV Golf International Series potentially coming to South Australia in 2023. The majority shareholder of the Series is the Public...

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Greens Support Community Action on Climate

September 29, 2022

Protestors gathered in Adelaide CBD to demand more action on climate. A protest organised by Uni Students for Climate Action was held Friday night on the steps of Parliament House. Tammy Franks MLC spoke at the rally, in support of the communities call for...

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Greens Welcome Better Supports for Grieving Families

July 26, 2022

The Greens have today welcomed the Government’s announcement that they will amend Work Health and Safety legislation to implement the recommendations of the Mansfield review into SafeWorkSA’s handling of the death of Gayle Woodford.   These changes would improve the confidentiality provisions in the...

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Greens Jump Racing Ban Bill Clears Final Hurdle

July 07, 2022

Today, the jumps racing carnage ends in South Australia. Jumps racing has finally been banned in South Australia with the Lower House passing the Greens’ Bill. This is a huge win for animal welfare in our state, and the culmination of years of advocacy...

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