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Koalas are on the brink of extinction but the Liberal/National government has just introduced new laws that will make it harder to protect critical koala habitat on private land. Meanwhile, our forests are still being logged and habitat for a healthy koala colony in southwest Sydney is being bulldozed by a developer for a new suburb we don’t need. 

This World Environment Day we need politicians to hear us loud and clear. Will you take the Koala Pledge to take action in the lead up to 5 June? 

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Drug Summit welcome but we can’t delay pill testing: Greens

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The Catholic Church is set to earn billions of dollars from a bill before Parliament this week that will hand it control of a significant share of the Crown cemetery sector, and everything they’ve been lobbying both sides of politics for years, says Greens MP Cate Faehrmann.

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