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Demand a 90-day cap on holiday lets!

We desperately need homes for people in our community to rent long term. Our already existing housing crisis has become acute in the aftermath of the floods. We were promised at the 2019 State election that Byron Shire council could cap holiday letting of whole...
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Climate Action Now!

Call on the Australian Government to triple its emissions reduction target NOW! The world’s scientists have sounded the warning bell: time is running out to act on the climate emergency. We are facing an existential climate crisis that threatens human civilisation – our governments must...
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Stop GMO crops in NSW

The NSW Government is planning to lift the ban on the use of Genetically Modified (GM) crops by allowing an 18-year moratorium to lapse. This means that farmers - particularly organic farmers in NSW – will lose the ability to say no to the commercial...
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Support regional communities and businesses in NSW

Even if social distancing measures end soon, the financial fall-out from the coronavirus will be felt across the state for a long time - especially in regional areas. As Greens’ spokesperson for Tourism, Regional Communities and the North Coast, I am calling on the government...
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Help older people stay connected

Throughout this global pandemic, older people need specialist services to help them stay connected with loved ones and the community.  I am calling on the government to increase funding to ensure safe visitor access in this time of crisis. This means: 1. Unless COVID-19 is...
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We need an ambulance for Alstonville

  Alstonville and Wollongbar have a combined population of over 8,000 but rely on Ballina and Lismore for their ambulance, whilst smaller towns, such as Yamba and Maclean, have dedicated ambulance stations. This means that the best case scenario for an ambulance call out is...
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Ban the Bag NSW #banthebagNSW

It is estimated 4 billion plastic bags are used in Australia each year. Only 5% of these bags are recycled, 20% are reused (such as for bin liners) and the majority, around 75%, is sent directly to landfill. These light-weight bags are susceptible to being...
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Remove Shark Nets in NSW

Shark nets are currently located at 51 beaches across NSW. The nets are deployed for half the year (from 1st September to the 30th April), the first three months of which coincide with the whale migration season. This overlap causes a high number of easily...
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