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The Australian Greens, commonly known as The Greens, are a centre-left, green political party in Australia. As of the 2019 federal election, the Greens are currently the third largest political party in Australia by vote.

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Scott Ludlam has strict bail conditions dismissed after Extinction Rebellion arrest

A magistrate has torn up bail conditions imposed on ex-Greens senator Scott Ludlam that had banned him from being involved in Extinction Rebellion protests.
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Ludlam has bail win after climate protest

A magistrate has torn up bail conditions imposed on ex-Greens senator Scott Ludlam that had banned him from being involved in Extinction Rebellion protests.
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Scott Ludlam says shutting down climate protests like 'turning off smoke alarm'

Arrested former Greens senator Scott Ludlam has warned that shutting down climate protests is like turning off the smoke alarm in a burning building.
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Angus Taylor sick of ideology in renewable energy debate

The federal energy minister wants to move past ideologies and solve industry problems, as Labor and the Greens again call for a long-term policy for investors.
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Energy minister sick of ideology, politics

The federal energy minister wants to move past ideologies and solve industry problems, as Labor and the Greens again call for a long-term policy for investors.
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Senate votes to set up federal anti-corruption body

The Greens have won a vote in the Senate to establish a federal anti-corruption body with the support of Labor and crossbench senators.
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Call for Hong Kongers to be given permanent protection in Australia

The Greens are calling on the government to grant Hong Kongers in Australia permanent protection, just as Bob Hawke did for Chinese people after the Tiananmen Square massacre.
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Canada's two main parties tied ahead of October vote, Greens rise: poll

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals and the main opposition Conservatives are in a statistical tie of voters' preferences, according to a new opinion poll ahead of the Canadian federal..
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'Intimidation': Greens accuse disability royal commissioner of trying to shut them up

A commissioner appointed to the disability royal commission has warned Greens Senator Jordon Steele-John to stop saying defamatory things about him.
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Greens join Labor on drought fund concerns

Greens Leader Richard Di Natale says the federal government's drought fund will just funnel money to the National party's "big corporate irrigator mates".
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Greens seek 'climate emergency' this year

The Australian Greens are focusing on climate change and the need to transition to renewable energy at its annual conference in Adelaide.
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Greens senator Nick McKim returns to Australia after PNG deportation

Greens senator Nick McKim has arrived back in Australia after being deported from Papua New Guinea for trying to access refugee accommodation on Manus Island.
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Australian senator 'instructed' to leave PNG after trying to visit asylum seekers

Greens Senator Nick McKim said he was told a deportation notice would be issued to him on Thursday.
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Bob Brown calls for 'moderation' on renewable energy proposals

Former Greens leader Bob Brown has defended his stance against a wind farm proposed for Tasmania's north west.
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Bob Brown compares proposed Tasmanian wind farm to pokies

Former Greens leader Bob Brown has defended his stance against a wind farm proposed for Tasmania's north west.
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Scott Ryan re-elected as Senate president

Senate President Scott Ryan has been re-elected to his position after beating Greens senator Nick McKim.
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Greens senator aims to be Senate president

Greens senator Nick McKim says he should be Senate president, replacing Scott Ryan who is vying to be re-elected to the role.
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Di Natale reaffirmed as Greens leader

Victorian senator Richard Di Natale has been returned as leader of the Australian Greens at a party room meeting.
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Greens accuse Angus Taylor of 'hiding' overdue emissions data

Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young suspects the overdue data will show pollution is rising.
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Greens want climate change 'trigger' law

Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young says Australia's environment laws are "not fit for purpose" and climate change should be considered in project proposals.
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Germany's Greens shoot into first place in poll, overtaking Merkel's conservatives

The Greens have overtaken Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives to become the most popular party in Germany, an opinion poll released on Saturday showed, while her Socialist SPD coalition partners..
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Second powder envelope sent to Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young

Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young has confirmed a threat sent to the party's headquarters in Adelaide was directed at her.
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Second powder sent to Hanson-Young

Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young has confirmed a threat sent to the party's headquarters in Adelaide was directed at her.
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Hanson-Young targeted with package threat

Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young has confirmed a threat sent to the party's headquarters in Adelaide was directed at her.
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Adani mine stance costly for Labor: Greens

Labor's unclear position on the Adani coal mine proved costly to the party's federal election fortunes in Queensland, Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young says.
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Greed won in federal election: Bob Brown

Former Greens leader Bob Brown has denied his anti-Adani convoy during the election campaign led to Labor's federal election obliteration in Queensland.
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Greens still hopeful of winning more seats

The Greens say their candidate Adam Bandt has been returned in the seat of Melbourne he has held since 2010.
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Greens' Bandt claims victory in Melbourne

The Greens say their candidate Adam Bandt has been returned in the seat of Melbourne he has held since 2010.
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Candidates vie in 'tight' race for Kooyong

Greens candidate Julian Burnside expects to win the seat of Kooyong, currently held by Josh Frydenberg, because locals want to tackle climate change.
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Climate crisis demands war footing, but we won't even vote for the Greens

So climate-consciousness is now common sense. Yet still the party most devoted to it – the Greens - is generally seen as radical and nonsensical.
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Greens pitch jobs plan on election eve

The Greens say they will create 270,000 jobs in a final pitch ahead of Saturday's federal election, with the energy sector to provide most of the new jobs.
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What a vote for the Greens will get you at Australia's federal election

A host of minor parties hope to snaffle votes at the ballot box from people disillusioned with the policies and goings-on of Australia's two major political parties.
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Greens candidate defends telling Christians their beliefs are a joke in expletive-laden spray

Greens candidate Connor Parissis says he confronted a group of "Vote No" campaigners in 2017, who were claiming that marriage equality would lead to "paedophilia and bestiality".
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'Confronting hate and bigotry': Greens candidate stands by protest footage

Greens candidate Connor Parissis says he confronted a group of "Vote No" campaigners in 2017, who were claiming that marriage equality would lead to "paedophilia and bestiality".
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Greens push for Bight protection

The Greens have proposed a plan to save the Great Australian Bight from oil exploration.
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Greens hopeful steps down over FB comment

Greens candidate for Parkes David Paull has stood down after it was reported he questioned the facts of the Port Arthur massacre.
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Greens proposal 'to cut SA power prices'

The Greens have released a proposal they say will cut South Australians' power bills by at least $200 per year.
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Libs, Labor urged to reveal dam wall plans

Ex-Greens leader Bob Brown has called on federal coalition and Labor to declare their position on the raising of NSW's Warragamba Dam wall before the election.
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Greens lose candidate for online posts

A Greens federal election candidate has quit after his social media comments were revealed, including a racist joke and liking racist memes.
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Greens defend link to failed egg hit on PM

Greens leader Richard Di Natale has condemned the attempted egging of Prime Minister Scott Morrison, but dismissed the protester's links to his party.
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'Vile': Hinch takes aim at Leyonhjelm in Hanson-Young defamation case

Victorian Senator Derryn Hinch has supported Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young's claim she that did not say in Parliament that "all men were rapists".
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Racist vandals target Indigenous Greens candidate Major 'Moogy' Sumner’s election poster

An election poster for Indigenous South Australian Greens Senate candidate Major 'Moogy' Sumner has been defaced with a racist slur.
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'Not all men': Sarah Hanson-Young hits back in defamation trial

"I don't like all men. I don't like David Leyonhjelm," the Greens senator told the Federal Court in her defamation case against the former politician.
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Greens seek to push Labor on environment

Greens leader Richard Di Natale hopes the party will hold the new Senate's balance of power and be able to push a Labor government further on climate action.
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Stop Adani activists 'abused and threatened' on second day of Clermont protests

Former Australian Greens leader Bob Brown and his Stop Adani protesters are facing another day of heckling from pro-coal locals.
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Stop Adani protest continues in Queensland coal belt

Former Australian Greens leader Bob Brown and his Stop Adani protesters are facing another day of heckling from pro-coal locals.
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From Bob Brown to Richard Di Natale: how the Australian Greens have grown

Since the turn of the century, the Australian Greens have replaced the Australian Democrats as the third main Australian voting choice behind the two major parties.
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Dutton draws second on ballot for Dickson

The Greens have taken out the top spot on the ballot in Liberal MP Peter Dutton's marginal Dickson seat, followed by Mr Dutton and Labor's Ali France.
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Adani an Australian litmus test: Bob Brown

Former federal Greens leader Bob Brown is leading a convoy of people opposed to Adani's planned coal min the Queensland's Galilee Basin.
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