Topic archives: The Greens

Clive Hamilton v. Paul Kelly: climate death match

December 11, 2008 17

Paul Kelly has seamlessly shifted from chief apologist for the Howard Government to the Rudd Government's climate change approach, writes Clive Hamilton.

Morgan poll: ETS = vote sequestration

July 25, 2008

The steady pull of political gravity is finally bringing the Rudd Government back down to polling reality, writes Bernard Keane.

Bob Brown — keeping the bastards guessing

July 10, 2008 7

Welcome to the political food chain, guys. Now you have to work out how much you want to trade off policy purity for the sake of getting part of what you want, writes Bernard Keane.

Milne: Oil price rising — how surprising!

May 23, 2008 11

As Einstein said, you cannot solve a problem with the same thinking that created it, and that's a reasonable starting point for tackling peak oil, argues Greens Senator Christine Milne.

Tips and rumours

May 22, 2008 4

Wayne Swan at the AICD Budget Lunch in Melbourne earlier this week (Tuesday) tried to warm up the largely business crowd by talking AFL. Trouble is he apologised for Brisbane winning last weekend, and said it didn’t matter, it was only against Carlton. The groans that followed weren’t just from the Carlton supporters, well-represented as […]

Morning Market Report

May 16, 2008

The highs and lows of today's stockmarket activity.

Which media company tried to bribe Bob Brown?

May 16, 2008 1

For those listening to Radio National’s Breakfast program early this morning, Bob Brown made an extraordinary claim, writes Bernard Keane.