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The anger and envy of Higgins’ bourgeoisie

The anger and envy of Higgins’ bourgeoisie

At a candidates' forum, Greens candidate for Higgins Jason Ball was bombarded but unfazed by the angry, comfortable middle class.

Greens channel environmental anger in the capital

Greens channel environmental anger in the capital

In the climate debates and rallies of Canberra, Greens like Tim Hollo are capitalising on Labor's failure to leave its mark.

Warringah’s outsiders: on the road with Kristyn Glanville and the Greens

Warringah’s outsiders: on the road with Kristyn Glanville and the Greens

While the NSW Greens have been a bit of a mess in recent months, Kristyn Glanville is keeping the environment front and centre.

How blaming the Greens went from far-right talking point to mainstream debate

How blaming the Greens went from far-right talking point to mainstream debate

The post-Christchurch culture war has seen a backlash against the Greens. The latest attack, which has its roots in the bowels of the internet, is nothing new.

How Australia can produce its own Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

How Australia can produce its own Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

There are three main factors stopping an Australian Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez from emerging.

Does Australian politics have a millennial problem?

Does Australian politics have a millennial problem?

We asked young Australians across the political spectrum for their views.

Major confusion in the minor parties

Major confusion in the minor parties

The Greens to hand out pill-testing kits, the Yellow Vest movement gets a visa, and Justin Leigh Stringer's wild Twitter account.

Virtue-signalling Marxists are not Green

Virtue-signalling Marxists are not Green

In-fighting has caused the NSW Greens to abandon the party's key principals, writes former Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham.

Debunking the conspiracy theories about the NSW Greens

Debunking the conspiracy theories about the NSW Greens

Yes, there's friction within the party. But its source isn't as nefarious as some would have you believe.

Refugee groups to challenge Christmas Island medical transfers

Refugee groups to challenge Christmas Island medical transfers

Good morning, early birds. Lawyers representing refugee groups are preparing to challenge the government's plan to shift asylum seeker medical transfers to Christmas Island, and Labor turns down the pressure on royal commission banking recommendations. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.