Topic archives: The Greens

Manning’s next book on the Greens

August 18, 2016

Paddy Manning is writing new book on the Greens.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

August 16, 2016 1

Freedom Boy on the loose ... about data retention ... Greens settle their preselection battle ...

Abetz shocked to discover GetUp’s true motives, cleverly hidden on Twitter

August 15, 2016 13

GetUp is not a completely impartial charity. Who knew? Certainly not Eric Abetz or Sharri Markson.

NSW Greens preselection candidate James Ryan dragged into bitter court battle

August 5, 2016 5

The bitter fight within the NSW Greens is hotting up, with explosive documents revealing a long-running feud between a fired employee and a state preselection candidate.

Green zone: NSW branch at loggerheads

August 4, 2016 8

There is a split in the NSW Greens, with Lee Rhiannon's "Eastern bloc" at odds with the party's spiritual leader, Bob Brown.

Brexit, in context: an essay on reversed polarities

July 15, 2016 8

The new political order is of a great split between localists and globalists, nationalists and cosmopolitans, and each side of that divide has its left and right.

Guy Rundle on the media week that was

July 8, 2016 6

Crikey's correspondent-at-large takes the media to task.

Rundle: will the Greens go the way of the Democrats?

July 7, 2016 29

Did the Greens make a series of errors, now or before the election, which deprived them of a higher vote? And could this be their eventual undoing?

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

July 6, 2016 2

A bad bet ... Hastie unleashes ... dirty Green laundry ...

Essential: does anyone want Greens in power?

July 5, 2016 7

About a quarter of Australians would prefer a Greens-Labor-independent minority government, while one in five think we should go back to the polls.

Rundle: one last trot around the seats that matter (in inner Melbourne, of course)

Rundle: one last trot around the seats that matter (in inner Melbourne, of course)

July 4, 2016 9

Crikey's correspondent-at-large and artist Jo Waite take a pictorial tour of Melbourne's inner north on election day.

Stability? Forget about it — strap in for a wild ride

July 3, 2016 65

The Coalition's failure to secure a strong majority is on Malcolm Turnbull and his terrible error in rushing to a double dissolution election.

Three-party preferred: up all night with Liberals, Labor and the Greens

July 3, 2016 3

Bernard Keane with the Liberals at the Sofitel Sydney, Wentworth There was a carvery, bread rolls, sparkling wine and lots of suits and frocks — it was a dress-up occasion for most of the attendees at the Coalition election night event in Sydney. Staff of the Wentworth Sofitel glided between guests, carrying drinks trays and an […]

After a long night, election result remains too close to call

July 3, 2016 8

The result of the 2016 election hangs in the balance, with Malcolm Turnbull struggling to retain a majority in the face of a resurgent Labor.

Rundle: on the road with Di Natale — and why I will vote for the Greens

July 1, 2016 36

Crikey's writer-at-large finds what is genuine about the Greens.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

June 27, 2016

Di Natale's footy prowess ... we help Rob Oakeshott with his erection website ... Asian Greens ...

Care about asylum seekers or climate change? Don’t vote Greens

June 23, 2016 48

Razer responds to her critics.

Deal with the devil: preferences take realpolitik, not heart

June 21, 2016 10

Fred Nile's Christian Democratic Party has done very well out of preference deals. As has Derryn Hinch.

Who’s afraid of the big, bad Greens?

June 16, 2016 8

Labor and the Coalition are both running scare campaigns over the Greens bogeyman. But there's a way for the progressive parties to get along instead.

<em>Crikey</em> campaign scorecard: indigenous issues derail the talking points

Crikey campaign scorecard: indigenous issues derail the talking points

June 15, 2016 6

Shorten and Turnbull square off over indigenous recognition and the issue of a treaty.