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Greens move to keep pokies out of WA

Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Greens spokesperson for Gambling and Mental Health the Hon Alison Xamon MLC has put forward amendments to the TAB (Disposal) Bill 2019 that, if adopted, will remove the electronic gambling platform Trackside from the sale of the TAB.

The Bill is scheduled to be debated in the upper house this week after having been passed by the lower house in June, Ms Xamon said.

Penalty for teens death disgraceful: Greens

Thursday, August 1, 2019

Greens spokesperson for Worker Safety and Industrial Relations  the Hon Alison Xamon MLC is absolutely outraged by the inadequacy of the $38 000 fine meted out to Valmont WA  today for their part in the death of teenage construction worker Wesley Ballantine.

“It defies belief that Valmont WA received this woeful penalty even after admitting they were aware of the dangers that led to the death of teenage construction worker Wesley Ballantine.

Occupational exposure to silica major public health crisis for stonemasons: Greens

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Greens spokesperson for Workers’ Safety and Industrial Relations Hon Alison Xamon MLC is today calling on the Government to take immediate action to protect workers from the clear danger that exposure to silicosis presents.

“We know that this is a huge issue right across the country there is no reason to think WA is any different.  The figures on the numbers of workers with silicosis coming out of Queensland are staggering and early numbers from WA are indicating we may be heading the same way.

Prohibition of live export trade over summer months must be extended: Greens

Monday, July 22, 2019

Greens spokesperson for Animal Welfare Hon Alison Xamon MLC has today called on the Federal Department of Agriculture to extend the prohibition of the live sheep trade during the Northern Hemisphere summer to include both September and October.

Greens echo community sector peaks’ call for 6 month moratorium on public housing evictions

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Greens spokesperson for Communities Hon Alison Xamon MLC has today echoed the community sector’s call for a six-month moratorium on tenant evictions involving children or tenants with severe mental illness from public housing in Western Australia following revelations that more than 300 tenants were served with court orders or evicted by bailiffs in the 10 months to April.

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