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Dummy spit over Greens’ bizarre council preference deals

Dummy spit over Greens’ bizarre council preference deals

Greens candidates for Darebin Council are directing voters to preference other Greens higher than themselves, writes Crikey intern Rachel Robertson. And an independent candidate says that's not on.

Hinch’s Senate Diary: all these confidential govt files make me salivate

Hinch’s Senate Diary: all these confidential govt files make me salivate

Scoops, scoops everywhere. Unfortunately, Senator Derryn Hinch can't use any of them.

Media briefs: who stole our chairs? … drag queen takes on Foxtel … <em>Tele</em> turns to bikinis …

Media briefs: who stole our chairs? … drag queen takes on Foxtel … Tele turns to bikinis …

The Press Gallery's seats have gone elsewhere. And other media tidbits of the day.

Manning’s next book on the Greens

Manning’s next book on the Greens

Paddy Manning is writing new book on the Greens.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Freedom Boy on the loose ... about data retention ... Greens settle their preselection battle ...

Abetz shocked to discover GetUp’s true motives, cleverly hidden on Twitter

Abetz shocked to discover GetUp’s true motives, cleverly hidden on Twitter

GetUp is not a completely impartial charity. Who knew? Certainly not Eric Abetz or Sharri Markson.

NSW Greens preselection candidate James Ryan dragged into bitter court battle

NSW Greens preselection candidate James Ryan dragged into bitter court battle

The bitter fight within the NSW Greens is hotting up, with explosive documents revealing a long-running feud between a fired employee and a state preselection candidate.

Green zone: NSW branch at loggerheads

Green zone: NSW branch at loggerheads

There is a split in the NSW Greens, with Lee Rhiannon's "Eastern bloc" at odds with the party's spiritual leader, Bob Brown.

Brexit, in context: an essay on reversed polarities

Brexit, in context: an essay on reversed polarities

The new political order is of a great split between localists and globalists, nationalists and cosmopolitans, and each side of that divide has its left and right.

Guy Rundle on the media week that was

Guy Rundle on the media week that was

Crikey's correspondent-at-large takes the media to task.