Crikey speaks exclusively to outgoing Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon about her legacy, and where she's heading next.
The High Court has given judgment in Bob Brown’s case against Tasmanian anti-protest laws, and found the laws invalid on the basis they infringe the implied constitutional freedom of political communication.
Bob Brown is challenging the constitutional validity of Tasmania's protest laws -- a subject the guardians of free speech in parliament and the media have had little say about.
It could almost be classified as a sport, at this point.
There is a split in the NSW Greens, with Lee Rhiannon's "Eastern bloc" at odds with the party's spiritual leader, Bob Brown.
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?
Christine Milne leaves politics with her party at record strength -- an outcome that looked unlikely when she took over as leader.
Some are "latte swilling inner-city socialists", some are nearly the Klan. So says senior Greens staffer Chris Harris. The Mandarin journalist David Donaldson reports.