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Budget Briefing - Scott Ludlam and Larissa Waters

When:  8 pm, Tuesday 26 May 2015

Where: Webinar - at home via your computer

The government's second budget looks fairly benign compared with the first. But is it?  Scott and Larissa will deconstruct Budget 2015 and discuss the Greens different path to the future.

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National Sorry Day Bridge Walk - Friday 22 May

The Commonwealth Avenue Bridge walk starts at`10.45am from Regatta Point

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When: 12:30pm-1:15pm, Friday 22 May
Where: CommBank branch at the Cnr Northbourne Avenue and London Circuit, Civic
What: The procession will feature a coffin of coal to symbolise this dead investment. With musical accompaniment we will travel from the Northbourne CommBank, through Civic, to the Ainslie Avenue CommBank. 

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When: 11am-12pm, Saturday 23 May

Where: Belconnen CommBank -- meet Margaret Timpson Park: Cnr Benjamin Way and Chandler St, Belconnen

What: People closing accounts with CommBank, powerful speeches, creative banner and photos, hopefully media coverage

Who should come: CommBank customers and all supporters of the campaign – there’ll be something for everyone

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Trivia night to raise funds for Orangutan conservation

Have a fun night out with a chance to win terrific prizes while helping to save orangutans from extinction. 6pm, 13 June at Eastlake Football Club, Griffith. Tables of 10 people (organise a team or we can add you to a table). $25 per person. There will be a raffle, games, silent auction, Orangutan merchandise for sale and Orangutan adoptions. Jungle attire encouraged. Bookings at (select "upcoming events"). No tickets at door. Proceeds go to The Orangutan Project. Tickets are selling fast!

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Rattenbury pays tribute to outgoing Greens leader

ACT Greens MLA, Shane Rattenbury, has paid tribute to outgoing Federal Greens Leader, Christine Milne, following her address to the Press Club today.

 “Senator Milne is one of the sharpest minds in federal politics, with great intellect and personal integrity,” said Mr Rattenbury.

 “She has led the party through periods of growth and consolidation that has strengthened the Greens nationally.

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Moving APS staff to airport would be bad for Canberra

ACT Greens MLA, Shane Rattenbury, says that reports that 5500 Immigration and Customs staff might be moved from Belconnen to the Brindabella Business Park is evidence of the Federal Government’s disregard for its public servants and shows a lack of understanding of the Canberra community.

 “A move like this would isolate a huge number of Canberrans, moving them away from good public transport options and retail facilities,” said Mr Rattenbury.

 “Removing 5500 staff from the area would be a significant blow to the Belconnen community, with these discussions are already causing a great deal of anxiety for businesses.

 “Belconnen is well served by public transport connections, has a strong retail sector, and is centred within the surrounding suburbs. These are all ideal attributes for a major employment hub, and every effort should be made to keep the Departments in Belconnen,” Mr Rattenbury concluded. 


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Australia's Fuel Security - She'll be right?

Join John Blackburn AO, author of "Australia's Liquid Fuel Security" for a discussion about Australia's Fuel Security.

This is a public meeting hosted by Shane Rattenbury MLA, organised by ACT Peak Oil. Everyone is welcome.


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Conservation Council's World Environment Day Dinner

Once again we look forward to sharing a night of great food, wine, entertainment, laughs and fun all for a good cause - so we can continue to be the voice for the environment in the ACT region.






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An interactive afternoon with Australians from theatre,
visual arts and music

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Festival of Peace

A 5-day festival for peace featuring world premiere performances of A Passion for Peace — a new choral drama in the style of an oratorio by Glenda Cloughley

28th April- 2nd May 



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