Good morning, early birds. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern confirms that her office received the "manifesto" of the Christchurch mosque shooter, and the Greens push to have MP Fraser Anning expelled from parliament following his response to the tragedy. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
The crises that have enveloped both state and federal Greens in the last 12 months could give the major parties a run for their money.
NSW Greens MP Jeremy Buckingham says an attempt to deselect him over sexual assault allegations is a factional smear. Does the evidence support this?
Yesterday, 28 ruling class arseholes did their Ordinary People act. I'm used to it. I am not quite so used to seeing them in their ordinary people drag while screeching racist rot.
There's good reason these scandals cause such damage all around the world: they sum up everything we hate about politicians.
The mishandling of sexual violence complaints is pervasive and symptomatic of a broader political shift in the Greens.
Because it's better to go with possibly red than certainly dead, which is what the current lot will get us.
Subsidised mortgages and universal basic income show that the Greens have lost the plot on economic issues, Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer write.
Good morning, early birds. Greens leader Richard Di Natalereveals his party's plan to combat unscrupulous behaviour by the big banks. Plus, yet more evidence of Victoria Police brutality comes to light. It's the news you need to know with Chris Woods.