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Greens leader slams private schools for 'leeching' money off public students

Richard Di Natale has entered a risky fight with the Catholic school lobby, which intends to campaign in key seats.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Shorten will be next PM: Greens leader

Barring a catastrophe, Bill Shorten will be Australia's next prime minister, Greens leader Richard Di Natale has declared.
Credit: SBS - Published

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Senators Pauline Hanson and Richard Di Natale Battle Over Proposed Burqa and Niqab Ban [Video]Senators Pauline Hanson and Richard Di Natale Battle Over Proposed Burqa and Niqab Ban  06:46

Senators Pauline Hanson and Richard Di Natale went head-to-head in the Senate on Thursday, September 13, after Hanson attempted to introduce a petition targeting hijab and niqab wearers.The petition,..

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Australian Greens Leader Tears Into Coalition During Leadership Chaos [Video]Australian Greens Leader Tears Into Coalition During Leadership Chaos  07:02

The leader of the Australian Greens launched a broadside at the remnants of the Liberal government on August 24, after a power grab from the conservative right in the Liberal National Party resulted in..

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Greens party leader lays out policy vision

Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale has detailed a wide-ranging package to reform Australian politics during a speech in Melbourne.
Credit: SBS - Published

Manning tour organisers remain hopeful

Calls for US whistleblower Chelsea Manning to be allowed into Australia for a speaking tour are growing , with the Greens Richard Di Natale leading the charge.
Credit: SBS - Published

Di Natale scolds 'self-congratulations' after Fraser Anning speech

Greens leader Richard Di Natale believes the condemnation of a Queensland senator's anti-Muslim speech will do very little to improve the immigration debate.
Credit: SBS - Published

Greens 'must do better' on misconduct

After several women come forward, Greens leader Richard Di Natale acknowledges the minor party needs to do better responding to sexual misconduct allegations.
Credit: SBS - Published

Greens scold speech 'self-congratulations'

Greens leader Richard Di Natale believes the condemnation of a Queensland senator's anti-Muslim speech will do very little to improve the immigration debate.
Credit: SBS - Published

Di Natale says sorry to women who claim Greens bungled their sexual misconduct complaints

The Greens leader has apologised after an ABC investigation revealed a number of women felt let down by the Greens when they came forward with allegations.
Credit: SBS - Published

PM's visit a photo opp: Di Natale

Malcolm Turnbull's visit to Tennant Creek will be dismissed as a photo opportunity unless he backs it up with real action, says Greens Leader Richard Di Natale.
Credit: SBS - Published

Graduates on $730 a week to pay back loans after government strikes deal on student debt

Greens leader Richard Di Natale said the move was an act of intergenerational theft
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW Greens member declares 'win for grassroots democracy' in court victory over party

Richard Di Natale's former chief of staff took her own party to court after it attempted to block her preselection bid
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Dicey Topics: Richard Di Natale on money, politics and bodies

The 47-year-old Victorian senator is leader of the Australian Greens. His training as a doctor helped shape his views on both health and politics.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Hunt down the Greens saboteurs, says Di Natale

The party's leader has blamed leakers for Saturday's byelection loss and wants them kicked out of the Greens.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published

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