14 Sep 2012
Stand up for local music
Help us maintain a vital project that gets new Australian music to reach our airwaves.
20 Jul 2009
It's easy to approve a new uranium mine when it is out of mind and out of sight - but just because we don't see a place every day doesn't mean that we should risk ruining it forever.
That's how the Environment Minister Peter Garrett and Resources Minister Martin Ferguson are able to approve environmentally destructive projects like General Atomics new Beverley 4 Mile mine, 500 kilometres north of Adelaide.
The Australian Government allows our uranium to be sold to nuclear weapon states such as China. Uranium sold for nuclear power frees up uranium for nuclear weapons so our exports directly or indirectly fuel growing nuclear instability and threats across our region and around the world.
That's why it's important to let our politicians know, in their own backyards, that this massive expansion of uranium mining must stop.
With your help, we are proposing to send the postcard message below to every of the 87,930 voters in Batman electorate, the backyard of the Resources Minister Martin Ferguson.
For every signature we receive here, one postcard will be sent to a resident in this electorate, with the following message:
19 Aug 2009
The Greens have been calling for review of our anti-terrorism laws since well before the Rudd government was elected. Rammed through our Parliament in 2005, the Howard-Ruddock anti-terrorism laws demand urgent review and overhaul rather than strengthening, because of how seriously they undermine our human and civil rights.
A 448-page National Security Legislation Discussion Paper on Australia's anti-terrorism legislation was introduced to the parliament by the Attorney General Robert McClelland on 12 August 2009. It is open for comment until 25 September 2009.
21 Nov 2011
A radioactive path