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Download the Blue Haven divestment report from Associate Professor Martin O’Brien to see how this will impact on stakeholders




Policy on Native Forest Logging announced:

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The Rural and Regional Health Care Package launched

Kiama Greens candidate Dr Tonia Gray with Dr Amanda Cohn – Greens, Amanda Findley for South Coast & Jamie Dixon, Greens we launched our rural and regional health plan. We all know our health system is in crisis especially in our regional and rural areas.

“Your health shouldn’t depend on your postcode. But the reality is that communities across rural and regional NSW don’t have fair access to health care – in fact, on average people living in metropolitan areas of NSW live 2.2 years longer than people in regional, rural and remote areas,” Dr Cohn said.

“As a GP who has worked in rural communities across NSW, I have seen first-hand the consequences of a healthcare system that is in crisis due to decades of Liberal/National governments who have not taken sufficient action.

“This package will save lives and foster healthier communities across NSW,” Dr Cohn said.

Read the full Rural and Regional Health package here.


The Greens Policies in Detail

Click here to see the broad spectrum of Greens Policies which are the basis of the Greens campaign for the March 2023 State Election. Check out the policies to see why the Greens should have the balance of power in the next State Parliament.
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Help with the campaign

There are many ways that you can help support the campaign to achieve a change of government and greater Greens representation in the NSW Parliament. (A) Donate to the costs of running the campaign (B) Attend and or help organise the campaign events (C) Have a campaign poster in your...
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Tonia Gray preselected for the seat of Kiama

We are excited to announce that Tonia Gray has been preselected as the Greens candidate for Kiama in the March 2023 State Election. Tonia, who currently lives in Berry, is a Ward 1 Councillor on Shoalhaven City Council and is a Professor in the School of Education at Western Sydney...
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GREENS ANNOUNCE PLAN TO END NATIVE FOREST LOGGING IN NSW

2023-02-09 GREENS ANNOUNCE PLAN TO END NATIVE FOREST LOGGING IN NSW  The Greens NSW have today announced their plan to end native forest logging and transition to a 100% sustainable plantation timber industry. Greens MP and spokesperson for the environment and agriculture, Sue Higginson, said “Logging of public native forests...
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Humanity’s hope – Bringing back hope and Kindness – Wed 8th February

The next event in the campaign is an evening of comedy and discussion with Mandy Nolan (Comedian and MC), Dr Tonia Gray (Greens candidate for Kiama), Dr Amanda Cohn (Greens candidate for the NSW Upper House) and Christie Arthur (June Medical Officer, born and raised in Gerringong). Click here to...
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LYNDA-JUNE COE, NSW UPPER HOUSE CANDIDATE – Berry 29th January

Lynda-June is a proud Wiradjuri and Badu Island woman from Erambie Cowra NSW.  She is an educator, activist and PhD student at Macquarie University.  Lynda-June is currently the Family Wellbeing and Campaign Manager with the Dhadjowa Foundation supporting First Nations families who have been impacted by deaths in custody. “I...
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New Agritourism legislation challenges the future of local farmland

The Greens candidate for the seat of Kiama, Professor Tonia Gray, is taking on the task of highlighting the threats to one of the electorate’s key resources. "The Kiama electorate is the home of some of Australia’s most rich and productive soils and combined with the excellent local rainfall they provide the...
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