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Proposed East West Link panel hearings start today

The work of the Assessment Committee starts in earnest on Monday 3 March with opening statements from all the key parties. A joint statement from the Community groups will be delivered by Tom Pikusa at 4:15pm. The Chair is expected to clarify some of the issues left over from the Directions Hearing and the shape of the case to be presented by the LMA and the Councils will become clearer.

There will be updates during the day on the community blog and Twitter


Human Rights Advocate Preselected For Greens In Richmond

Media Release – 19 December 2013 HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCATE PRESELECTED FOR GREENS IN RICHMOND Human rights advocate Kathleen Maltzahn will be the Greens candidate for Richmond for the 2014 state election. Ms Maltzahn has been pre-selected in a ballot of local Richmond Greens members. “I am honoured to have been chosen by local Greens members to stand up for the people of Richmond. There is so much at stake this election,” Greens Richmond candidate Kathleen Maltzahn said. “With Abbott in the Lodge, state parliament matters more than ever.



What we believe

The Greens believe in a society where equity, diversity and sustainability are essential qualities.

The Greens have made Yarra the most progressive local government in Australia. We have strong social and environmental policies, we are financially rigorous and have a strong record of working co-operatively with residents and businesses to develop innovative and practical policies.

What we do

Yarra Council

We have three elected councillors in the City of Yarra:

  • Sam Gaylard (Nicholls Ward)
  • Amanda Stone (Langridge Ward)
  • Misha Coleman (Melba Ward)

Yarra Greens branch

We are a branch of the Australian Greens Victoria, based in the City of Yarra. We actively support our Greens councillors on Yarra Council.

We are involved in local community action, and support and work with our neighbouring Greens branches in Melbourne, Darebin, Moreland, and Moonee Valley.

Join us

Join the branch by joining the Australian Greens Victoria — you will automatically become a member of your local branch. Members can attend branch meetings and have a say on local and state Greens policy.

Branch meetings are open to members and are held on the last Tuesday of each month at the Workers Club (formerly the Rob Roy), 51 Brunswick St, Fitzroy, which is easily accessible by public transport. The meeting begins at 6:30pm, or you can join us for dinner from 6:00pm.

All supporters are welcome at public events as advertised on this website.