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You Shouldn't Trust Pre-Washed Greens—Here’s the Quickest Way to Clean Them [Video]

You Shouldn't Trust Pre-Washed Greens—Here’s the Quickest Way to Clean Them

Look, we’re not thrilled to do it either.

Credit: My Recipes     Duration: 00:59Published
NZ's next parliament will be most diverse ever [Video]

NZ's next parliament will be most diverse ever

[NFA] New Zealand's next parliament is set to be the most inclusive ever, with several people of color, members from the rainbow communities and a high number of women. Emer McCarthy reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:26Published
Wonderful video of a 'four seasons' garden bursting with autumn colours in the industrial heartlands [Video]

Wonderful video of a 'four seasons' garden bursting with autumn colours in the industrial heartlands

Jaw-dropping aerial pictures show Britain's best garden bursting with autumn colours - despite being in the industrial heartlands.Green-fingered Marie, 72, and Tony Newton, 70, have spent 38 years and..

Credit: SWNS STUDIO     Duration: 01:17Published
We're Open Y'all: Ms. June's Gumbo 'N Greens [Video]

We're Open Y'all: Ms. June's Gumbo 'N Greens

Ms. June's Gumbo ‘N Greens wants you to know, "We're Open, Y'all!" Their authentic Cajun family recipes transport your taste buds down to the bayou. Sample one of their seven types of gumbo, seafood,..

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5 Vegetable Tops That Are Totally Edible (and Delicious) [Video]

5 Vegetable Tops That Are Totally Edible (and Delicious)

Waste less, save money, get healthier!

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Iguana gets regular treats from the man who rescued him long ago [Video]

Iguana gets regular treats from the man who rescued him long ago

Nito is a man with a big heart who lives in San Pedro, on the island of Ambergrise Caye, in Belize. He has been a scuba dive master for the past 15 years, leading people on adventures in the ocean and..

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Chrissy Makes Fried Oyster Mushrooms [Video]

Chrissy Makes Fried Oyster Mushrooms

Join brand new Bon Appétit video host Chrissy Tracey in her home kitchen as she makes fried oyster mushrooms, collard greens and cornbread. Chrissy is a vegan chef extraordinaire and one of her..

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Try These Delicious Parmesan Zucchini Fries with Green Goddess Dip [Video]

Try These Delicious Parmesan Zucchini Fries with Green Goddess Dip

A great side-dish alternative to french fries!

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Emily Beswick explains her healthcare appeal to NZ PM Jacinda Ardern [Video]

Emily Beswick explains her healthcare appeal to NZ PM Jacinda Ardern

Major health and diplomatic experts in New Zealand are calling for a rethink of the healthcare system and have slammed Jacinda Ardern’s Labour Party for not doing enough before the general election..

Credit: Zenger News     Duration: 07:41Published
Meet the mum who has spent half a decade turning her home into a shrine to the 1970s [Video]

Meet the mum who has spent half a decade turning her home into a shrine to the 1970s

Meet the mum who has transformed her home into a spectacular tribute to the 1970s.Estelle Bilson, 43, has loved all things vintage since her student days and spends hours tracking down original pieces..

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Fall leaves put on a show as New Hampshire hits peak foliage [Video]

Fall leaves put on a show as New Hampshire hits peak foliage

And now, a moment of zen. Stunning fall leaves in New Hampshire's White Mountains were captured at their peak by a drone as mist moved across an array of reds, oranges, yellows and greens.

Credit: nypost     Duration: 00:42Published
Nordqvist suffers chipping woe [Video]

Nordqvist suffers chipping woe

Anna Nordqvist demonstrated how even the world's best can struggle around the greens during the Shoprite LPGA Classic.

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Indian Army meal: What do troops eat at LAC? | Oneindia News [Video]

Indian Army meal: What do troops eat at LAC? | Oneindia News

As the Indian Army prepares to keep a watchful eye on China at the border for the long haul, and as harsh winters approach at the inhospitable terrain in the frontiers near Leh, the Defence Research..

Credit: Oneindia     Duration: 02:07Published
Students learn outdoors in Farm to School learning program [Video]

Students learn outdoors in Farm to School learning program

Students at James N. Gamble Montessori High School are making the shift from the classroom to outdoor learning through agricultural sciences.

Credit: WCPO Cincinnati     Duration: 03:13Published
12th annual charity golf tourney raises money for pediatric cancer [Video]

12th annual charity golf tourney raises money for pediatric cancer

A great cause to start the week was led by former O's great Kenny Singleton, who gathered friends and colleagues at Hillendale Country Club. The 12th annual event brings together former Orioles and..

Credit: WBAL     Duration: 01:35Published
BRUNCHIN' with BELL: Fresh fennel salad and house made vinaigrette dressing [Video]

BRUNCHIN' with BELL: Fresh fennel salad and house made vinaigrette dressing

On this weeks Brunchin' with Bell we make a fennel salad mixed with baby greens that's topped with a house made vinaigrette. The dressing is made with a locally grown Buena Vista Extra Virgin Olive..

Credit: 23ABC News | Bakersfield     Duration: 09:30Published
Moria migrant camp an 'insult' to European values, insists MEP Philippe Lamberts [Video]

Moria migrant camp an 'insult' to European values, insists MEP Philippe Lamberts

"Europe is not leaving up to its values by parking people in such camps. We should have acted earlier", says Greens EFA's co-president Philippe Lamberts.View on euronews

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 04:40Published
Bartley and Berry pledge to make Greens the ‘main opposition’ after re-election [Video]

Bartley and Berry pledge to make Greens the ‘main opposition’ after re-election

Jonathan Bartley and Sian Berry have pledged to make the Green Party the “mainopposition” to the Government after they were elected as co-leaders for thesecond time. The pair won with 49% of the..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 00:51Published
The importance of magnesium in your diet [Video]

The importance of magnesium in your diet

The importance of magnesium in your diet

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Heartbreaking moment mother elephant tends to her baby killed by car in Malaysia [Video]

Heartbreaking moment mother elephant tends to her baby killed by car in Malaysia

This is the heartbreaking moment a mother elephant tried to wake her dead calf that was hit by a passing car. The baby elephant was crossing the road in Johor, Malaysia, when a black sedan smashed..

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Nino's Southern Sides serves southern comfort food [Video]

Nino's Southern Sides serves southern comfort food

Nino's Southern Sides is open for homey comfort food.

Credit: TODAY’S TMJ4     Duration: 01:19Published

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Greens pledge reform with 'citizen juries' to shape neighbourhoods

Ahead of the state election in October, the Greens and the LNP both say planning policy in Queensland needs reform.
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Labor promises to make 50 per cent of Gabba train site into parkland

A re-elected Labor state government promised on Monday to make 50 per cent of the area over the underground train station at the Gabba public parkland. The Greens made a similar call in August 2020.
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Bowling greens become battlefields as club takes council to court

Double Bay Bowling Club is taking legal action against Woollahra Council over compensation from the sale of a townhouse.
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Politics gets dirty in South Brisbane in week one as Greens taunt ALP

Politics in one of Queensland’s most hotly contested seats, South Brisbane, has turned ugly and it is over a social media post.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Resources Council registers as lobby group after being caught out by Greens

The lobby group has been running a strong campaign against the Greens, including large billboards splashed across Brisbane's CBD.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Hike mining royalties to fund free breakfasts for school students: Greens

The Queensland Greens want to adopt free school breakfast policies in Victoria and NSW to boost the scheme currently run by the YMCA.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Origin, BHP suspend lobby group ties over 'vote Greens last' campaign

Origin Energy has joined BHP in cutting ties with the Queensland Resources Council for running a political advertising campaign attacking the Greens.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

One Nation, Greens form unlikely alliance to support gambling card

The government wants to move to cashless poker machines and require players to register for a government-issued gambling card in the most sweeping gaming reforms in the state's history.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'I'm swearing allegiance to the coloniser': New senator says it's not easy

New Greens senator Lidia Thorpe says Indigenous Australians need guaranteed seats in Parliament, not a tokenistic Voice, but a treaty must come first.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens choose familiar face to replace dumped candidate

A former senator has been chosen to replace a dumped candidate in Clayfield following a bitter internal feud over campaign funding.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How to grow greens with a touch of African colour

No backyard? No problem. Plenty of balcony or courtyard-friendly edible growing systems are big enough for eight salad plants.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

Big banks should pay for kids' club sport in Queensland, say Greens

The Greens propose revisiting an SA Labor idea to levy the banks to cover the cost of a free season of club sport each year for students.
Brisbane Times - Published

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