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Topic: Jason Ball

What’s next for the Greens?

For the Greens, the 2019 election was neither the stirring victory nor the washout that some predicted. Forward steps will will take a cultural shift — and a long overdue sort-out of the party.

Greens candidate for Kooyong Julian Burnside, Greens leader Richard Di Natale and Greens candidate for Higgins Jason Ball (Image: AAP/David Crosling)

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.

Candidate for Higgins Jason Ball stands in the foreground.

Greens candidate gets ahead of the story in the Oz

Breaking down the winners and losers of a Me Too exclusive of a new kind.

Kelly O’Dwyer stares down the Greens in the Red Room

Tempers occasionally flared as cashed-up LGBTI businesspeople asked the Higgins candidates about asylum seekers, marriage equality and negative gearing.

Pollies seek out the youth vote.

Hot Albo strikes again

Pollies seek out the youth vote.

Pity the misogynists

Who is looking at preference deals?

No toast for you ... all aboard the fake train ... Telstra's data management problem ...

Tips and rumours

No toast for you ... all aboard the fake train ... Telstra's data management problem ...

Hunters and Collectors not happy with Reclaim Australia ... Nick Bracks parties with the Greens ... Tim Watts crowdfunding already ...

Tips and rumours

Hunters and Collectors not happy with Reclaim Australia ... Nick Bracks parties with the Greens ... Tim Watts crowdfunding already ...

ABC pulled out of the Kennedy Awards ... Jason Ball v Carl Katter in Higgins ... Marriage Alliance's Liberal connections exposed ...

Tips and rumours

ABC pulled out of the Kennedy Awards ... Jason Ball v Carl Katter in Higgins ... Marriage Alliance's Liberal connections exposed ...