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Dawn Walker, Greens
Tweed coast local and Greens MP in the NSW Parliament. Passionate about protecting our forests and revitalizing our public TAFE system.
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Dawn Walker, Greens 6h
I’be just been thrown out of the NSW Parliament for asking a question about the Liberal-Nationals destructive logging laws🌿
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Echonetdaily 12h
Government ignores own health strategy over Tweed Hospital site
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Legislative Council Aug 6
PC 6 is hearing from their final witnesses for today’s music and arts hearing - ’s manager, Ben Dennis and band, . The committee will sit again tomorrow from 9.00 am. View the schedule here:
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Legislative Council Aug 6
Portfolio Committee No. 6 is in Melbourne today and tomorrow to hear evidence about the local music and arts scene. The committee is currently hearing from Roger Field of
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Legislative Council Jul 3
Portfolio Committee No. 6 is in today for its first regional hearing into the music and arts economy in NSW. The committee is now hearing from .
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Echonetdaily Jul 2
Dawn Walker moots 3rd option for site
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NEFA Jul 1
Doctors for the Environment say protecting is a win for our health.
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Nature NSW Jun 20
Legendary activist Dalian Pugh OAM outlines a colourful history of blockades and protests to save our forests. Those protests could be illegal in NSW today. What a poorer state we'd be if those protests had failed!
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Jane Morton Jun 23
Good to see journalist speaking out on the in the Sunday Age and joining with in recognising the potentially catastrophic threat we face to human security as well as the natural world.
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Robert Long Jun 21
Time for to understand the importance of art colleges and reinstate funding. They gave few relief to apprentices we call for fee relief for all Art students.
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ICAN Australia Jun 21
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Dawn Walker, Greens Jun 20
Sad day for NSW Forests as State Govt passes new forestry bill that will result in expanded clear-felling and wildlife deaths 🌿
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Echonetdaily Jun 20
State budget slammed by Labor and the Greens
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Janet Rice Jun 18
Our voices have finally been heard! The bill to axe the tampon tax passed through the senate today! 👏 The bill still needs to pass through House of Reps, it's now up to the PM to show leadership and finally axe the bloody tampon tax.
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NCEC_NSW Jun 18
North East Forest Alliance NEFA and the NCEC are having a "Real" Forest Consultation tonight in Lismore. 5:30PM at the Lismore Workers Club
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NCEC_NSW Jun 18
Bellingen Environment Centre had a great turn out of over a 100 people at the North East Forest Alliance NEFA NCEC "Real" Forest Consultation.
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Dawn Walker, Greens Jun 12
People with intellectual disability are dying 27 years younger than the general population. The Health Minister can end by funding intellectual disability health teams in the NSW budget - sign the petition at
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Mehreen Faruqi Jun 12
Setting up the stall at Primex in Casino with Sue Higginson and the Northern Rivers Greens.
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Christine Milne Jun 11
Thank you my Twitter friends for generous messages. Env/social change is won by whole activist community. I'm grateful to be part of it.
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Bob Brown Jun 10
Congratulations on your award as Officer of the Order of Australia. Christine Milne has been a visionary and action-taker in a Tasmania often bereft of thinking politicians. Bob Brown.
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