I’m a Brunswick local, and I’m here to represent you in the Victorian Parliament.What matters to you?
As your local MP, I’m fighting for the issues that are important to our community. Please tell me which of the issues below matter to you most, so I can take your voice to Parliament.
Add your name to our letter to Daniel Andrews, calling on him to build protected bike lanes, wider footpaths and accessible tram stops in Brunswick.
The Greens have a plan to make homes affordable and available. The Government can make renting affordable with a 2-year rent freeze, and capping increases thereafter. Learn more!
While young people struggle to pay for rent, or save for a deposit, investors and property developers are getting richer. It doesn't have to be this way. Governments should make sure there is enough affordable housing for everyone.
In Victoria, a child as young as 10 can be arrested, sent to court and locked in prison. Aboriginal children are more likely than white children to be locked up. Both First Nations and medical groups want to change this.
We are in a climate emergency. It's not too late, but bold action is needed.
People in Brunswick want protected bike lanes, wider footpaths and accessible tram stops. Already, more people ride to work from Brunswick than from anywhere in Australia. But widespread concern about sharing roads with cars holds a lot of people back from riding.
The Greens have just won a major concession from the state Labor government, which will strengthen the integrity of our parliament and make it easier to hold the government to account.
A lot has changed since I was elected in 2018. But my vision for Brunswick remains one where you can easily walk to a beautiful green space, safely ride your bike to the shops, or hop onto frequent, accessible public transport - perhaps to catch a gig on Sydney Rd. ...
Thousands of people pass by or through Melbourne General Cemetery every day, but we aren’t treating it as a precious inner-city open space. Much of it is very dry and degraded, with minimal vegetation, and many old graves are in disrepair. It could be much better.
It’s official: Brunswick will get a skyrail like Coburg some time in the next five years. So what can we expect?