Good morning, early birds. Aerators are expected to be installed along the Darling River as early as today in an effort to halt mass fish deaths, and the Greens subvert Scott Morrison's mandatory Australia Day citizenship ceremonies. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
After a spanking at the Batman byelection, the Greens need to figure out how to stop losing viable inner-city seats before it's too late.
Conflict is widening in the Victorian Greens as stakes get bigger on the national stage, writes Guy Rundle.
Crikey speaks exclusively to outgoing Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon about her legacy, and where she's heading next.
Another Greens senator has discovered she has dual citizenship and has resigned her Senate seat.
The Australian Greens want full control over how their elected members vote, and they want to end a long-running NSW branch policy of binding votes.
Lee Rhiannon supporters inside the NSW Greens are dancing in the aisles after a smackdown of party rivals at the weekend's State Delegates Council on the weekend. So what will this mean for the national Greens?