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Belgium’s other election

The greens are poised to emerge as one of the largest groups in the Belgian federal parliament
FT.com - Published

Mixed Greens' result disappoints, but could deliver Senate balance of power

The Greens are on track to have all nine senators returned, with the party positioning itself as a balance of power force in the Senate.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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Man takes pity on camels when tasty grass is out of reach [Video]Man takes pity on camels when tasty grass is out of reach

The Peterborough Zoo is home to a variety of animals, including two Bactrian camels, a male and a female. They are amazing and majestic creatures, more inquisitive and intelligent than we give them..

Credit: Rumble Studio     Duration: 01:05Published

Higgins: why is the Liberal heartland turning its back on the party? [Video]Higgins: why is the Liberal heartland turning its back on the party?

Gay Alcorn visits Melbourne's inner east – a seat that usually gets very little attention during the campaign and has been held by the Liberal party since 1949. With the retirement of incumbent MP..

Credit: The Guardian Studio     Duration: 06:27Published

Higgins: why is the Liberal heartland turning its back on the party? – video [Video]Higgins: why is the Liberal heartland turning its back on the party? – video

Gay Alcorn visits Melbourne's inner east – a seat that usually gets very little attention during the campaign and has been held by the Liberal party since 1949. With the retirement of incumbent MP..

Credit: Guardian     Duration: 06:27Published

Berry: 'The far-right are now a sickness in our politics' [Video]Berry: 'The far-right are now a sickness in our politics'

Co-leader of the Green Party Siân Berry has said that the far-right are "a sickness" in British politics and that her party are "the cure", adding that the Greens are the strongest, most pro-EU party..

Credit: ODN     Duration: 01:27Published

Educators Donate More Than 100 Sick Days for Teacher with Baby Battling Cancer [Video]Educators Donate More Than 100 Sick Days for Teacher with Baby Battling Cancer

An Alabama high school football coach's baby daughter was diagnosed with cancer. His wife made a plea on Facebook for sick day donations from other teachers so her husband could be with their baby..

Credit: WHNT     Duration: 01:36Published

Candidate Records End of Former Greens Leader's Speech at Stop Adani Protest in Brisbane [Video]Candidate Records End of Former Greens Leader's Speech at Stop Adani Protest in Brisbane

A Sunshine Coast Greens candidate captured the tail end of a speech by former Greens party leader, Bob Brown, at the Stop Adani Convoy in Brisbane on April 22. In this video, filmed by Tracy Burton,..

Credit: Rumble     Duration: 00:51Published

Candidate Records End of Former Greens Leader's Speech at Stop Adani Protest in Brisbane [Video]Candidate Records End of Former Greens Leader's Speech at Stop Adani Protest in Brisbane

A Sunshine Coast Greens candidate captured the tail end of a speech by former Greens party leader, Bob Brown, at the Stop Adani Convoy in Brisbane on April 22.In this video, filmed by Tracy Burton, the..

Credit: Storyful Studio     Duration: 00:51Published

Tony Finau: Round of the Day [Video]Tony Finau: Round of the Day

Tony Finau blended his big hitting with a great touch around the greens to finish on 11 under after day three.

Credit: Sky Sports UK     Duration: 01:36Published

Grand Slam Challenge: Carra v Nev [Video]Grand Slam Challenge: Carra v Nev

Sky Sports' greatest double act go head-to-head to see who's the king of the greens.

Credit: Sky Sports UK     Duration: 02:34Published

Molinari: Augusta a tough test [Video]Molinari: Augusta a tough test

Francesco Molinari is hoping his improvement around the greens will help him impress at the Masters.

Credit: Sky Sports UK     Duration: 01:30Published

 

Treasurer retains Kooyong in Victoria

The Liberal treasurer has fended off a challenge from the Greens and an independent in his blue-ribbon Melbourne seat.
SBS - Published

Labor warns Greens as it wins tough inner-city battle in Griffith

Queensland's deputy premier Jackie Trad has warned the Greens after they challenged 'progressive' Terri Butler in inner-city seat of Griffith, rather than targeting the LNP.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Trevor Evans sees off Green surge to hold on in Brisbane

Despite a strong campaign from the Greens, the LNP managed to retain Brisbane.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens set to retain Senate seats and increases primary vote in early count

The Greens are hopeful of retaining all six of the nine Senate seats it has up for re-election.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •The Age

Greens still hopeful of winning more seats

The Greens say their candidate Adam Bandt has been returned in the seat of Melbourne he has held since 2010.
SBS - Published

Greens' Bandt claims victory in Melbourne

The Greens say their candidate Adam Bandt has been returned in the seat of Melbourne he has held since 2010.
SBS - Published

Greens mount battle for Brisbane's heart as polling draws to close

There's been long lines in Brisbane polling booths, with the Greens looking to capitalise on the Climate Change election.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Climate crisis demands war footing, but we won't even vote for the Greens

So climate-consciousness is now common sense. Yet still the party most devoted to it – the Greens - is generally seen as radical and nonsensical.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens pitch jobs plan on election eve

The Greens say they will create 270,000 jobs in a final pitch ahead of Saturday's federal election, with the energy sector to provide most of the new jobs.
SBS - Published

What a vote for the Greens will get you at Australia's federal election

A host of minor parties hope to snaffle votes at the ballot box from people disillusioned with the policies and goings-on of Australia's two major political parties.
SBS - Published

ACTU puts Greens ahead of Labor on how-to-vote cards in Higgins

An army of unionists could help the Greens steal the seat of Higgins at Saturday's federal election, after the ACTU broke with tradition.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Greens push for Bight protection

The Greens have proposed a plan to save the Great Australian Bight from oil exploration.
SBS - Published

Greens proposal 'to cut SA power prices'

The Greens have released a proposal they say will cut South Australians' power bills by at least $200 per year.
SBS - Published

Greens pledge $3 billion wage credit for small business

The Greens are chasing the small business vote with a pledge to enable companies to claim 110 per cent of their wages bill against their income.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Doctors slam Labor and Greens over preferencing anti-vax candidate

The Australian Medical Association says Labor and the Greens' decision to preference an anti-vaxxer above the Coalition sends a dangerous message.
SBS - Published

Labor and Greens defend preferencing anti-vax candidate in low immunisation heartland

Labor and the Greens have preferenced Tom Barnett above the Coalition's candidate in an electorate with one of the country's lowest rates of immunisation.
SBS - Published

Greens stand by NT candidate after post

The Greens will not dump candidate George Hanna in the NT seat of Lingiari after he posted an image of CLP opponent Jacinta Price described as racist.
SBS - Published

Griffith's three shades of voters shows how close inner-city vote will be

Kevin Rudd's old riverside seat of Griffith could be a three-way showdown between Labor, the Greens and the LNP as record numbers of first-time voters enrol for the May 18 election.
Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald

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