Zero and Low Emission Vehicle Distance-based Charge Bill 2021
Uniquely in the world, Victoria proposes a tax on the only cars that have zero emissions. Putting a tax on these is a bit like putting a tax on some other clean technology very early in its evolution.
Greens Move To Scrap Victoria's Undemocratic Voting System
The Victorian Greens will today introduce a motion calling on the Victorian Labor Government to overhaul the state’s flawed and undemocratic upper house voting system.
Brunswick for Bikes Art Trail - Submissions Now Open
Call for Submissions – Brunswick for Bikes Art Trail
Vaccine Roll-Out Pause A Bump But Not A Disaster
You’ve probably heard that the Federal Government are no longer recommending the AstraZeneca COVID vaccine for people aged under 50 years. Their language is a little less explicit, but that’s what they mean. Given two of Australia’s vaccine choices have suffered unforeseen setbacks (University of Queensland’s vaccine was the other),...
Brunswick Bulletin: March
In this month’s newsletter, State Parliament When is a child too young to be charged with a crime? Good and bad climate news. EV Tax Introduced Spent Convictions Becomes Law Other News March4Justice The end of rental protections - survey Local News Ride2SchoolDay, Bicycle Network and Brunswick East Primary Nicholson...
Victorian Government COVID Restrictions
As of 6pm on Friday, 26th of March, the Victorian government relaxed a number of coronavirus restrictions, including reduced mask wearing and an easing of capacity limits in both homes and venues. Below is a summary of these new rules. For up-to-date information, check the DHHS website.