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Greens Commit to PokieLeaks

Following the Federal announcement from Greens Senator Larissa Waters, Senator Nick Xenophon and Andrew Wilkie MP to use parliamentary privilege to protect whistleblowers from the gambling industry; the ACT Greens have extended the PokieLeaks campaign to whistleblowers in the ACT who have information about industry tactics, poker machine design and payments, and committed to putting that information into the public domain.

"The Greens will always put people before pokies - in the Assembly and in the community," said ACT Greens spokesperson for Gaming Michael Mazengarb.


Everyone benefits from better, safer bike infrastructure

ACT Greens leader Shane Rattenbury has launched the latest tranche of the Greens’ transport plan to make Canberra quick and easy to get around - a plan for better bike facilities.

 

“Transport is a major priority for the Greens at this election. We are putting the community first and making it easier to get around our city,” said Mr Rattenbury.

 

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Greens announce $60 million for better walking and cycling infrastructure

The Greens have announced the latest plank of their transport plan, which includes a $60 million investment in walking and cycling infrastructure.

 

“The Greens are putting the community first by prioritising people and investing in cycling and walking infrastructure so people can get around our city, ” said ACT Greens leader Shane Rattenbury.

 

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Connecting Canberra 7 days a week

Hear more from the Greens in the ABC News coverage of this story.

Today the ACT Greens have launched BNT - an innovative weekend bus and taxi transport plan which will begin with trials in Weston Creek and Tuggeranong.

BNT will integrate buses and taxis to improve bus services at off-peak times, starting in Weston Creek and Tuggeranong on weekends.


Keeping Canberra Green

Hear more from the Greens in the Canberra Times coverage of this story.

The ACT Greens have announced a plan to keep Canberra green and liveable.

“Canberrans are proud of our beautiful bush capital,” said ACT Greens planning spokesperson Caroline Le Couteur.