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Living Greens Farm touts water-saving aeroponic system

Living Greens Farm will expand into a 60,000-square-foot space that will allow the Minnesota-based aeroponic growing system t -More- 
SmartBrief - Published

A 14-month battle to run for parliament: a triple-citizen's experience

Greens candidate Tim Hollo says his difficulty nominating for parliament shows Australia's dual-citizenship laws are a barrier to democratic participation.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Philippe Lamberts on Brexit, Venezuela and European Elections [Video]Philippe Lamberts on Brexit, Venezuela and European Elections

The Co-Chair of the Greens-European Free Alliance talked to Good Morning Europe about the various issues Europe face this year.

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 08:07Published

ULISES MERIDA Madrid Fashion Week Fall/Winter  2019-20 [Video]ULISES MERIDA Madrid Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019-20

MADRID - The collection presented by Úlises Mérida on the Madrid catwalk under the name 'Vals' borrows inspiration from this elegant ballroom dance. Fabrics such as silk, satin, gauze and tulle were..

Credit: FashionTV     Duration: 14:55Published

Designer Francesco Ragazzi makes a jagged New York splash for fall/winter 2019 [Video]Designer Francesco Ragazzi makes a jagged New York splash for fall/winter 2019

The designer merges the spirt of Marilyn Manson, informal hooded sweatshirts and sportswear. Rough cut (no reporter narration)

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 00:51Published

Does Pineapple Belong On Pizza? Here are Some of the Most Popular Pizza Toppings [Video]Does Pineapple Belong On Pizza? Here are Some of the Most Popular Pizza Toppings

If you’ve ever hosted a pizza party, you know it can be hard to decide what toppings everyone will like! Buzz60's Mercer Morrison has the story.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 01:07Published

Bill Murray and Clint Eastwood play Pebble Beach for charity [Video]Bill Murray and Clint Eastwood play Pebble Beach for charity

Concerns about greens keep spectators at a distance

Credit: KSBW     Duration: 02:31Published

Sergio Garcia Gets Disqualified for Damaging Greens [Video]Sergio Garcia Gets Disqualified for Damaging Greens

Alex Myers discusses a wild weekend in golf that included Rickie Fowler’s ugly win and an ugly temper tantrum that led to Sergio Garcia getting disqualified.

Credit: Golf Digest     Duration: 02:13Published

Study Says Climate Change Will Affect The Color Of Oceans [Video]Study Says Climate Change Will Affect The Color Of Oceans

A new MIT study found that the colors of the ocean will intensify by the end of the century, with the blues and greens becoming even bluer and greener. The color change will be a result of global..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:32Published

Eat Your Greens! Caring Owner Feeds Mushy Peas to His Sick Koi Fish [Video]Eat Your Greens! Caring Owner Feeds Mushy Peas to His Sick Koi Fish

Ray Stein built a fish pond in his garden in Cape Town, South Africa, around 10 years ago. Since then, he’s built up a close relationship with his koi fish. When one of the fish got sick, Ray fed it..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:40Published

Invasion Day Protesters Flood Sydney Streets on Australia Day [Video]Invasion Day Protesters Flood Sydney Streets on Australia Day

Thousands turned out to march in a peaceful rally held in Sydney city on January 26 to protest Australia Day as ‘Invasion Day’.January 26, Australia Day, marks the date in 1788 when Captain..

Credit: Storyful Studio     Duration: 00:11Published

40 Easy Vegetarian Recipes for Busy Weeknights [Video]40 Easy Vegetarian Recipes for Busy Weeknights

Totally veggie-friendly, and flavor packed, these easy recipes will satisfy everyone in the family, whether vegetarian or not.

Credit: Cooking Light     Duration: 01:19Published

cf3fdfffe4ae492795df8694fb58b7b2Our Best Show-Stopping Vegetarian Recipes [Video]cf3fdfffe4ae492795df8694fb58b7b2Our Best Show-Stopping Vegetarian Recipes

These healthy, plant-based main dishes will have you and dinner guests swooning.

Credit: Cooking Light     Duration: 01:11Published

How Canada's new diet recommendations compare to the U.S. ones [Video]How Canada's new diet recommendations compare to the U.S. ones

This week, Health Canada released their newest diet recommendations. Key takeaways included eating more greens and vegetables, substituting water for milk and finding other sources of protein besides..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 01:33Published

How Canada's new diet recommendations compare to the U.S. ones [Video]How Canada's new diet recommendations compare to the U.S. ones

This week, Health Canada released their newest diet recommendations. Key takeaways included eating more greens and vegetables, substituting water for milk and finding other sources of protein besides..

Credit: WKBW Buffalo     Duration: 01:32Published

Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl [Video]Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl

High in hunger-busting, antioxidant-rich healthy fats, the Atkins Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl from the lifestyle book “Atkins: Eat Right, Not Less” features nuts, seeds, and greens that make for an..

Credit: MonkeySee.com     Duration: 00:39Published

These Are the Best Healthy Foods to Eat When You're Sick [Video]These Are the Best Healthy Foods to Eat When You're Sick

If you're feeling under the weather this season, fill your fridge and pantry with these healthy foods to help you get out of bed and back on your feet much faster.

Credit: Cooking Light     Duration: 01:33Published

'Nutrient mist' grows bumper crop, say urban farmers [Video]'Nutrient mist' grows bumper crop, say urban farmers

Bristol-based start-up LettUs Grow has developed a patent-pending aeroponics system that they say significantly boosts yields in urban farms. Matthew Stock reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio     Duration: 01:39Published

These Are the Best Foods to Help Prevent Losing Your Vision [Video]These Are the Best Foods to Help Prevent Losing Your Vision

You might had been told as a kid to eat your spinach so you could be strong like Popeye. And now as an adult you might hear something similar like eat your carrots for healthy vision. And it’s all..

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 01:34Published

Go behind the scenes with three MPs caught up in Brexit vote chaos [Video]Go behind the scenes with three MPs caught up in Brexit vote chaos

As parliament rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal by a historic margin, the Guardian went behind the scenes with three MPs who have dramatically opposing views: Suella Braverman, a Tory Brexiter;..

Credit: The Guardian Studio     Duration: 10:03Published

Go behind the scenes with three MPs caught up in Brexit vote chaos – video [Video]Go behind the scenes with three MPs caught up in Brexit vote chaos – video

As parliament rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal by a historic margin, the Guardian went behind the scenes with three MPs who have dramatically opposing views: Suella Braverman, a Tory Brexiter;..

Credit: Guardian     Duration: 10:04Published

Forget Pets! Millennials Love Their Plant Babies [Video]Forget Pets! Millennials Love Their Plant Babies

Millennials are weeding out the stress of mothering a four-legged friend and have opted to nurture #plantbabies. Buzz60's Holly Morgan has more.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 01:05Published

NSW Politician Jeremy Buckingham Retches Repeatedly During Speech on Mass Fish Kill [Video]NSW Politician Jeremy Buckingham Retches Repeatedly During Speech on Mass Fish Kill

New South Wales MP Jeremy Buckingham was unable to finish his speech regarding the mass fish kill in the state’s Darling River when the stench of rotting fish caused him to retch repeatedly on..

Credit: Storyful Studio     Duration: 03:14Published

Eating Salad Keeps Brain 11 Years Younger [Video]Eating Salad Keeps Brain 11 Years Younger

According to a study from Chicago's Rush University Medical Center, leafy greens could be the best resource for boosting memory. Researchers found that people who ate 1 to 2 servings of leafy green..

Credit: IBTimes     Duration: 03:05Published

The Cheapest Time To Travel For All Seasons in 2019 [Video]The Cheapest Time To Travel For All Seasons in 2019

You said you will travel more in 2019, now it's time to put your money where mouth is. Buzz60's Maria Mercedes Galuppo has more.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 01:32Published

Are Breakfast Salads the Next Big Thing? [Video]Are Breakfast Salads the Next Big Thing?

It might seem a little uncouth to have a salad for breakfast, but science says it may be the best thing to eat when you wake up. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 00:59Published

Improving Your Health with The Balancing Act [Video]Improving Your Health with The Balancing Act

On this episode of The Balancing Act, we're kicking off the new year with helpful stories and solutions relating to health and wellness.

Credit: Rant Sports     Duration: 20:10Published

 

Refugee bill will help erode trust in democracy

Kerryn Phelps, Labor and the Greens do not speak for the majority of voters, they speak for activists.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Philippe Lamberts on Brexit, Venezuela and European Elections

The Co-Chair of the Greens-European Free Alliance talked to Good Morning Europe about the various issues Europe face this year.
euronews - Published

Glyphosate ban was out of pesticide committee’s scope, co-rapporteur says

Greens did not back the call to ban glyphosate because out of the mandate of pesticide special committee, pledging to battle for it at the right time and moment, Greens co-rapporteur on the final..
EurActiv - Published

Scunthorpe RUFC have to be up for the challenge

scunthorpe rufc have to be up for the challenge
The Greens face Nuneaton at Helsam Park this weekend
Grimsby Telegraph - Published

Enemies within as Greens caught in civil war

The Greens have lost focus amid a civil war between 'Tree Tories' and 'Watermelons'.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Super funds survive $3 billion insurance push after Coalition-Greens deal

New workers will be up to $50,000 better off by the time they retire but still face the prospect of insurance policies draining their superannuation account.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens in desperate bid to combat climate change and win back voters

In a move to strengthen its environmental credentials, the Greens has devised a new policy to tackle climate change.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •The Age

Scientists, conservation groups welcome senators' call for Great Barrier Reef cash to be returned

A Greens-chaired Senate committee has recommended all unspent government money from a $444 million grant for a Great Barrier Reef charity be returned.
SBS - Published

Senators call for Great Barrier Reef cash to be returned to the government

A Greens-chaired Senate committee has recommended all unspent government money from a $444 million grant for a Great Barrier Reef charity be returned.
SBS - Published

Superannuation reforms pass upper house

Superannuation reforms designed to protect low-value accounts from excessive fees have passed the Senate after the government did a deal with the Greens.
SBS - Published

Kerryn Phelps led the passage of the Medevac law. Will voters reward her for it?

Reports of Phelps drinking champagne with the Greens following this week’s legislative victory may turn off some Wentworth voters, and not just because the champagne was from Aldi.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Coalition and Greens in $3 billion super negotiations

The Coalition and the Greens are locked in last-minute negotiations over the government's superannuation package.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

WA government rebuffs calls for mine dam safety review after Brazil disaster

Greens WA mining spokesman Robin Chapple has called on the state government to conduct a safety evaluation of all the mine tailings dams in the wake of the Brazil tragedy on January 25.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Garcia 'ashamed' of Saudi tantrum

The 2017 Masters champion was banished from the European Tour event when he intentionally damaged at least five greens at the Royal Greens Golf and Country Club in the third round.. Earlier in the..
SBS - Published

Rehabilitation must be available if cannabis legalised: minister

Greens minister Shane Rattenbury says government must prepare for a surge in cannabis users seeking mental health support, if the drug is legalised in the ACT. 
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Developer donor ban delayed after amendments deemed 'unconstitutional'

The bid by the Greens to extend the ban to stop clubs from bankrolling political parties has been called "unconstitutional".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Fresh push to repeal water buyback limit

Labor and Greens senators will pressure the government to repeal a 1500 gigalitre cap on water buybacks for environmental use in the Murray-Darling Basin.
SBS - Published

Medivac bill: Greens accuse Labor of making situation worse for sick asylum seekers

The Greens won't support Labor's three amendments to a bill to give doctors more say in whether asylum seekers are transferred to Australia for medical treatment.
SBS - Published

Labor and Greens close to transfer deal

Labor and the Greens are close to a deal on asylum-seeker medical transfers after the Greens rejected Labor's original plans.
SBS - Published

Di Natale sorry for Rudd 'sociopath' slur

Australian Greens leader Richard Di Natale has apologised to former prime minister Kevin Rudd, after calling him a sociopath.
SBS - Published

Pig out on these native edibles

Among the edible Australian natives are kangaroo apple, mountain pepper, Warrigal greens, native raspberries and salt bush.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW Greens push for mandatory solar and batteries for all new homes

The bidding war among NSW political parties over solar panels has been joined by the Greens who want photovoltaics and batteries to be made compulsory for all new dwellings.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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