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Brisbane council condemns Jonathan Sri's comments on police violence

The LNP administration moved an urgency motion condemning the Greens councillors' comments on his social media pages.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Schools, police stations: Andrews to sell off 2600 hectares of public land

Former schools, police stations and a potato farm are on the government's for sale list and the Greens are not happy.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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12th annual Community Cup Golf Invitational held Monday [Video]12th annual Community Cup Golf Invitational held Monday

People hit the greens on Monday for a good cause as the Building for God Community Foundation hosted its 12th annual community cup golf event at the Maryland Country Club.

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:47Published

Will the Greens gets their first MPs elected in coal-hungry Poland? [Video]Will the Greens gets their first MPs elected in coal-hungry Poland?

Will the Greens gets their first MPs elected in coal-hungry Poland?

Credit: Euronews English     Duration: 01:57Published

Austria elections: Will far-right return to power despite video scandal? [Video]Austria elections: Will far-right return to power despite video scandal?

Former conservative chancellor Sebastian Kurz is cruising to victory but it is not clear which coalition partners he will pick — the far-right party FPO or a so-called 'Jamaica' alliance with the..

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 01:59Published

Sebastian Kurz expected to become Chancellor again as Austria goes to the polls [Video]Sebastian Kurz expected to become Chancellor again as Austria goes to the polls

He will, however, again need a partner to gain a majority in parliament. His most likely choices are a three-way coalition with the Greens and the liberal, pro-business Neos, or reviving his coalition..

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 01:10Published

Party Leaders Exchange Jabs At The First National Debate [Video]Party Leaders Exchange Jabs At The First National Debate

The NDP leader said his party differs with the Greens on 4 key points.

Credit: HuffPost Canada     Duration: 02:20Published

 

Bob Brown's convoy hurt Labor, says Richard Di Natale

The major parties and the Greens are gearing up for a politically charged inquiry into transitioning jobs from coal to renewables.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Angus Taylor sick of ideology in renewable energy debate

The federal energy minister wants to move past ideologies and solve industry problems, as Labor and the Greens again call for a long-term policy for investors.
SBS - Published

Energy minister sick of ideology, politics

The federal energy minister wants to move past ideologies and solve industry problems, as Labor and the Greens again call for a long-term policy for investors.
SBS - Published

Government considering changes to proposed religious freedom laws

Proposed religious freedom laws have not won support from Labor, the Greens and crossbenchers, but the government is hoping changes can win them over.
SBS - Published

Changes considered for religious laws

Proposed religious freedom laws have not won support from Labor, the Greens and crossbenchers, but the government is hoping changes can win them over.
SBS - Published

Greens' anti-corruption bill passes Senate

The Greens have won a vote in the Senate to establish a federal anti-corruption body with the support of Labor and crossbench senators.
SBS - Published

Senate votes to set up federal anti-corruption body

The Greens have won a vote in the Senate to establish a federal anti-corruption body with the support of Labor and crossbench senators.
SBS - Published

Greens push for anti-corruption body to stamp out political scandals

The Greens are pressuring the Morrison government to strengthen their stance on a federal anti-corruption body by using recent scandals to sway political support.
SBS - Published

'They're out of ideas': Greens propose stimulus package as building approvals collapse

The Greens' stimulus package includes more spending on railways and pay rises for public servants amid fresh evidence of a collapse in apartment construction.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Morrison government faces battle over welfare drug test plan

Labor and the Greens condemned the plan while key crossbench senator Jacqui Lambie says she won't back it unless politicians submit to random drug screening too.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

'Proved a failure': Labor, health experts reject welfare drug testing plan

Labor and the Greens have joined health experts in condemning the Morrison government's plan to revive drug testing for welfare recipients as "ineffective".
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Call for Hong Kongers to be given permanent protection in Australia

The Greens are calling on the government to grant Hong Kongers in Australia permanent protection, just as Bob Hawke did for Chinese people after the Tiananmen Square massacre.
SBS - Published

Morrison pushed to offer safe haven to Hong Kong citizens in Australia

The Greens have called for a Hawke-style humanitarian response for Hong Kongers living in Australia, as concerns grow for the safety of Australians living in the Chinese territory.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Kangaroo Point pedestrian bridge plan just 'a line on a map', Labor says

Labor's candidate for mayor says the council's preliminary plans for pedestrian bridge are "light on detail" but the Greens welcomed the announcement.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Thousands rally across Australia in support of Tamil family

Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has been accused by the Greens of taking pleasure in others' suffering, after refusing to let a Tamil asylum seeker family stay in Australia.
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

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