We looked inside some of the tweets by @greensSA and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
Scotty’s new spin? Saying gas is a “kinder” fossil fuel. Don’t be fooled – there are no kind fossil fuels. Gas is as dirty as coal. Our world is on fire, the Liberals are pouring fuel on the flames and Labor is egging them on: https://t.co/xCwvFHHpMP
Government has repeatedly claimed public interest immunity to avoid answering questions on legality of Robodebt at the Senate Inquiry into Centrelink Income Compliance Program https://t.co/pinWP6cyZ5
The PM says he's fed up with looking after people looking for work - because he wants that money to go to tax cuts for the rich, instead. Ask anyone out of work: the jobs aren't there. The PM doesn't have a clue. https://t.co/EsAzKmOe1x
I’ve written an urgent letter to Minister Fletcher today urging him to step in and save AAP from collapse. If Government cares about jobs, local news and media diversity, they need to act. All AAP needs is $5.9m. That pales in comparison to the $40m they Govt’s given Foxtel
Good news that the Govt has agreed to help keep AAP afloat and doing its important work. Local communities deserve good quality, independent, fact-based news. This type of experienced, local journalism is essential for transparency, democracy and media diversity! https://t.co/ATzDIVl5ed
Good news that Australia’s independent newswire @AAPNewswire has been given the funding it deserves to keep doing its important work! Local, fact based news is in the public interest and is essential for democracy. Now we need to make sure the ABC & SBS are treated fairly too!
The Liberals' malice toward public unis is ruining lives and our future. When I moved a vote to include public unis in JobKeeper, the Government blocked us. Now hundreds of job losses are being announced daily while private universities get the support. https://t.co/ypC116t1ll
We are in the midst of a recession, the jobs are not there and we are basically making people chase their tails, pushing paper to keep this Government happy and line the pockets of private companies who are making a lot of money out of the unemployment industry. https://t.co/OO8gNlrB3l
The key point: "Job seekers may be subject to income support payment suspensions or penalties if mutual obligation requirements are not met and there is no valid reason https://t.co/YlH8iQJ77b
Mutual obligations are punitive and they don’t help people find work. The Government is missing an opportunity to reset this flawed approach. Mutual obligations should be abolished. https://t.co/My0pnodIf3
RMIT: $0 in JobKeeper, 1200 jobs going (sept) ANU: $0 in JobKeeper, 215 redundancies (sept) UNSW: $0, 256 redundancies (sept), 493 more (july) Deakin: $0, 400 redundancies (july) UTS: $0, 500 redundancies (aug) Monash: $0, 300 redundancies (aug) Unimelb: $0, 450 redundancies (aug
How is this not just straight corruption? I don’t think any politician who takes millions from the gas or coal industry should be able to control energy policy. https://t.co/3OcjXs4VYF
What is Morrison's actual plan to bring #strandedAussies & their families home? Today more promises of increased cap, but no consultation with states. Fed Gov must take responsibility on quarantine cap and take steps to end airline price gouging.
Tax cuts for the super wealthy during a recession? Seems like a great way to keep more money out of the economy and put it directly into the pockets of those who need it least. https://t.co/nPbouB1Pie
Rod Sims @acccgovau confirms he ‘hand balled’ the issue of revenue for ABC/SBS from Google/Facebook code to the government and the parliament. @AAPNewswire would benefit indirectly from the code via tech giant payments to AAP subscribers. @TheAusInstitute https://t.co/ua1tJQNt28
Well, then us in the Parliament better get on and fix it! Greens want ABC & SBS included, and we want small and independent players to benefit properly. And we have asked the Government to stop AAP form collapse. https://t.co/AwcjUCxaZE
The Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety will issue a special report on the COVID-19 pandemic in aged care ahead of its Final Report, due on 26 February 2021. The report will be delivered to the Governor-General on Wednesday, 30 September 2020 #auspol #COVID19Aus
The Government should never have used the ‘wait for the Royal Commission’ excuse before taking the urgent action that is needed, they do not have any excuse not to act now. #AgedCare https://t.co/dKVMhSV7oa