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Australian politician

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Nick McKim: Australian politician
Nicholas James McKim is an Australian politician, currently a member of the Australian Senate representing Tasmania. He was previously a Tasmanian Greens member of the Tasmanian House of Assembly elected at the 2002 election, representing the Franklin electorate from 2002 to 2015, and led the party from 2008 until 2014. On 21 April 2010, he became the first member of the Greens in any Australian ministry.

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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.
SBS - Published

Papua New Guinea deports Australian senator after Manus Island visit

Nick McKim spoke with SBS News as he was being 'forced to leave' Manus Island.
SBS - Published

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.
SBS - Published

Scott Ryan re-elected as Senate president

Senate President Scott Ryan has been re-elected to his position after beating Greens senator Nick McKim.
SBS - Published

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.
SBS - Published

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