Australian Greens leader Adam Bandt tells Green Left's Isaac Nellist why he thinks joining the #PeoplesBlockade of the world’s biggest coal port is so important.
The Greens leadership is wrong to focus on getting more MPs and that its someone else’s job to do the “street heat” it knows is needed, argues Sam Wainwright. The changes we urgently need will only come from sustained extra-parliamentary mobilisations.
The Greens have shown that Labor’s Housing Australia Future Fund bill would not guarantee funding for public, social and affordable housing nor would it tackle out-of-control rent rises. Alex Bainbridge reports.
Alex Bainbridge writes new analysis by the Parliamentary Budget Office has found that the cost of the “Stage 3” tax cuts will be $313 billion over 10 years — a huge increase on the $254 billion previously estimated.
Far from a groundswell, NSW Labor government received only a 3.6% swing, after 12 years of Coalition neoliberalism. James Wyner reports.
Senator Lidia Thorpe has quit the Greens Party to sit on the Senate crossbench and help build a strong grassroots Blak Sovereign Movement. Ben Radford reports.
Australian Greens foreign affairs spokesperson Senator Jordon Steele-John has condemned Turkey’s latest aggression against Kurds in north and east Syria and in northern Iraq. Peter Boyle reports.
Community opposition to the secret AUKUS nuclear submarine deal is growing. Kerry Smith reports.
The Australian Greens' proposal for a two-year rent freeze is a workable and clear response to the housing crisis, writes Alex Bainbridge.
The latest Green Left Show features Ben Pennings and Sam Wainwright on the government's climate bill and 43% emissions reduction target.
Jonathan Sriranganathan discusses what it mean for a political party to follow the principle of “grassroots participatory democracy”.
The Greens advance in the federal election is a welcome development with a potential to change politics in this country, argues Alex Bainbridge.
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