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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.
SBS - Published

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.
SBS - Published

Setting of pension rates to be referred to Senate inquiry

The Greens will push for a Senate inquiry into how the pension is set, calling for the process to be independent after the government's cut to deeming rates.
SBS - Published

Push for Senate inquiry into pension rates

The Greens will push for a Senate inquiry into how the pension is set, calling for the process to be independent after the government's cut to deeming rates.
SBS - Published

'Attack on democracy': Greens, councils oppose single councillor wards

The Victorian Greens and some local councils are opposing a government push for single councillor wards.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens seek audit of Agriculture Department's live exports branch

The Greens have asked the Auditor-General to investigate the Department of Agriculture branch that oversees the regulation of live exports of sheep and cattle after an inquiry into potential corruption..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens' candidate horror show comes to the big screen

Heart-wrenching, distressing, traumatic, ghastly: The Candidate is no rom-com.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Ministerial code is 'useless': Greens

The Greens want parliament to look broadly at ministerial standards after two retired ministers took jobs that appear to be related to their portfolios.
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

Budget office modelling reveals beneficiaries of Coalition's tax cuts

The Coalition refused to hand over costings detailing the benefits that would flow to high-income earners, but analysis commissioned by the Greens reveal it.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Melbourne socialite swaps her designer wardrobe for prison greens

Prison green is the new black for former TV presenter Simone Semmens who has been convicted of evading $1.85m in GST on the sale of several luxury homes.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens gear up to snatch LNP wards in Brisbane City Council

The Greens hope their positive results in Queensland in the recent federal election will feed into the 2020 local government elections.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens urged to refuse 'tainted' CFMMEU donations from John Setka

Controversial union leader John Setka's rift with the ALP could deliver an unprecedented war chest to the Greens ahead of the next federal election, with the minor party refusing to rule out accepting..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens defector teams up with One Nation to form inquiry into plans to raise Warragamba Dam wall

The government plans to raise the wall by at least 14 metres, but opponents say it could irreparably damage parts of the Blue Mountains bushland in the event of a major flood.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW elects five new senators alongside Greens' Mehreen Faruqi

Senators for NSW have been confirmed, with five fresh faces to enter the upper house after Jim Molan's below the line campaign didn't get him elected.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'A really beautiful way to learn': Foraging for food popular in Sydney

Growing up on a farm in Italy, Diego Bonetto remembers being tasked with "collecting the wild greens of spring, the summer berries and the autumn mushrooms."
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •The Age

Plans to boost electronic spy agency meet with extreme caution

A proposal to allow Australia's electronic spy agency to carry out cyber operations against domestic criminal targets has met with extreme wariness from Labor and the Greens, while it is understood the..
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens foreshadow legal challenges to Adani approval

Greens MP Michael Berkman warned the fight against the Adani mine was not yet over.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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.
SBS - Published

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