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02 Mar 2012
Bob Brown and Larissa Waters press conference about the Great Barrier Reef, mining magnates, the media inquiry and Cabinet - 2 March 2012
02 Mar 2012
Bob Brown press conference - Forestry Tasmania, Labor's Cabinet, and the media inquiry - 1 March 2012
01 Mar 2012
27 Feb 2012
Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown spoke to reporters in Canberra today about his visit to Queensland, Tony Abbott's lack of confidence in winning a no-confidence motion, and the Greens getting on with the hard work of good governance.
"If you're fed up with the old parties, vote Green," Senator Brown said.
Bob Brown and Larissa Waters press conference on coastal impacts of mining, Great Barrier Reef, and the ALP saga - Mackay, 24 February 2012
24 Feb 2012
Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown and Greens Senator for Queensland Larissa Waters, alongside local Greens candidates Jonathon Dykyj and Luke Mathews, speak to reporters in Mackay about the coastal impacts of mining, the Great Barrier Reef, Google maps, and the ALP leadership saga.
23 Feb 2012
Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown, alongside Greens Senator Larissa Waters and Queensland Greens candidate for Mt Coot-tha Adam Stone, spoke to reporters in Brisbane today about food and water security, coal seam gas, health, and climate change. Other topics included the Labor leadership saga.
Bob Brown press conference about the Christchurch earthquake, extending the mining tax, marriage equality, nuclear subs, and leadership - 22 February 2012
22 Feb 2012
Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown, part way through the Senate inquiry into the minerals resource rent tax, spoke to reporters in Canberra today, calling for the mining tax to be extended to gold and uranium.
The anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake, the Greens' move for a Senate inquiry into the draft Murray Darling Basin plan, equal marriage, nuclear submarines, and the Labor leadership saga were also discussed.
20 Feb 2012
Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown, speaking to reporters in Hobart, urges the federal government not to delay on heeding the Gonski Review's call for billions of dollars to be injected into the school system.
Senator Brown commented on Premier Giddings' vilification of environmentalists and also described how, amid all the turbulence in federal politics, the Greens are getting on with the job, be it education or protecting the great wild forests of Tasmania.
19 Feb 2012
Australian Greens Leader Senator Bob Brown spoke to journalists about the release of the Gonski report into Australia's education. He called on both the government and the opposition to support an increase in education funding to bring Australian results into line with similar OECD nations.
He also called on Tasmanian Premier Lara Giddings to apologise for her claims that there have been incidents of tree spiking in Tasmania's forests.
17 Feb 2012
16 Feb 2012
Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown spoke to press gallery journalists this evening about Senator Brandis' secret "recusal" from the Senate's powerful privileges committee, only recently revealed in a letter to Senator Brown's and Deputy Leader Christine Milne's legal counsel.
Bob Brown at Senate doors on forests, doodling, Four Corners, national health and dental care - 14 February 2012
14 Feb 2012
Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown spoke at Senate doors today about Four Corners, doodling, Tony Burke's attempt to rejig history on the August 2011 Intergovernmental Agreement on forests, and the Greens' defence of universal healthcare and push for more funding for dental care.
Bob Brown press conference on Rob Oakeshott's move to allow native forest furnaces - 9 February 2012
09 Feb 2012
Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown, speaking to reporters in Canberra this evening, urged Rob Oakeshott to honour all agreed aspects of the Multi Party Climate Change Committee agreement.
09 Feb 2012
Australian Greens Leader Bob Brown, speaking to reporters in Canberra today, outlined the Greens' moves to seek better funding for dental care.
Senator Brown also called for the Syrian embassy in Canberra to be closed as it no longer represents the people of Syria. Other topics included the need for Senator Brandis to recuse himself from the Senate privileges committee; debate on the mining tax; government advertising; and Point Henry.