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Penguins Little Penguins living along the coast of Southern Australia, and especially around Tasmania, are under increasing threats to their habitat, both on land and in the ocean. We respectfully acknowledge the palawa people as the Traditional Owners and ongoing custodians of lutruwita/Tasmania, pay tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and give respect…

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Infrastructure Investment Having stronger infrastructure supports a better society. By increasing infrastructure investment we can provide better hospitals, schools, roads, rail, clean energy and a better environment. A Core Business of Government Public infrastructure is a core business of government. Roads and rail, electricity and sewerage, hospitals and schools; services paid for by the public for the…

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Foreign Investment Challenging the power of big multinational companies. Advocating Greater Transparency & Accountability Pete has been a strong advocate for greater transparency and accountability around foreign ownership and the signing of free trade deals. Along with former Greens leader, Christine Milne, he has consistently questioned the benefits of globalisation and highlighted the risks to our…

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Fix the Banks The Royal Commission laid bare the problems with Australia’s banks, uncovering fraud, bribery, fee gouging and other misconduct. The cause was the pursuit of profit at the expense of the customer. Conflicts of interest within banks and soft touch regulators meant that it got out of control and left tens of thousands…

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