Community views to be ignored in new $34m supermarket/retail complex

A new $34 million supermarket complex planned for the former Le Cornu site on Anzac Highway, Forestville will be assessed without public consultation and with no regard to a Parliamentary inquiry about to be conducted into the re-zoning of the land.

New $1 per trip transport tax should end when taxi compo ends

The Greens will again move in State Parliament to ensure that the $1 per trip levy on all taxi, Uber and chauffeur rides will end once the taxi compensation scheme has been paid for*.

Fairer Public Transport Fares

The Greens want to see a major revision to bus, train and tram fares to encourage more people to use public transport, according to Mark Parnell MLC, Parliamentary Leader, Greens SA.

No More Bad Investments - Greens urge renewable future, not new fossil fuel power stations

Greens SA Parliamentary Leader (and environmental lawyer) Mark Parnell MLC, will today be appearing before the State Commission Assessment Panel (SCAP) to argue against the construction of a new fossil fuel power station at Reeves Plains in the State’s Mid-North.

Greens welcome Labor switch on nuclear waste dump

The Premier’s apparent change of heart on a national nuclear waste dump in South Australia is a late but welcome development, according to Greens SA Parliamentary Leader, Mark Parnell MLC.

Government Declares War on SA Environment

Three environmental decisions this week show that the State Government has declared war on the South Australian environment, according to Greens SA Parliamentary Leader, Mark Parnell MLC.