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Save Local Brunswick

We are collecting a list of local small businesses in the Brunswick electorate that need help.

Coronavirus and how you can help

I spent most of last week stuck at home with a cold. I was in a comfortable house stocked with food and supported by family. But I started to wonder how some others I know in Brunswick, who aren’t so fortunate, would cope.

100% Renewable Inquiry, Casey Council and dodgy political donations and more

So what happened in parliament this week? Read below or watch this week's episode of Inside Spring Street. Post by TimReadGreens.  

Ten stand-out moments from 2019

As 2019 comes to a close I want to thank you for your support over my first year as your MP and celebrate some of our achievements. ‘It’s been a big year, with some big wins on the board. And we couldn’t have done it without you.’ For everyone who came to a rally, signed a petition, or raised awareness of an issue via social media – thank you! Together we have made a difference. Here are ten stand-out moments from 2019 that we can all be proud of: 1. Starting a recycling revolution Victoria’s recycling system was sent into...

Extinction Inquiry success and Premier Andrews backing police brutality

Here’s a video rundown of everything that happened in Spring St this week. Read on for more. Post by TimReadGreens. We put extinction firmly on the Parliament’s agenda With help from environment organisations and supporters, and hard work by MPs and staff, we put pressure on Labor and the cross-bench to support our proposed extinction inquiry, and on Wednesday we won. The inquiry will run over the next six months or so, and will mean parliament hears from the experts on the problems (like logging) and the solutions. It will help us keep the pressure on the government and the...

A flying koala

On Sunday I was invited to tour forests near Toolangi, northeast of Melbourne to witness firsthand the destruction that VicForests, a state-operated logging company is reaping on Victoria’s Native Forests. During my visit, I learned a great deal about the Greater Glider, essentially a flying koala that floats along a forest highway living on gum leaves. Many Victorians are unaware that forests in our own backyard are being logged on an industrial scale. For the glider, logging is a death sentence. When their passage through the trees is disturbed, greater gliders starve to death. Gum leaves are not nutritious and...

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