Andrew Darby Bob Brown has underscored his shift from Greens leader to environmental father-figure with the awarding of a series of eponymous prizes to young leaders in the movement.
Kristian Silva Former federal Greens leader Bob Brown has been banned from entering Rwanda, after the African nation's government cited 'contradictory messages' in his visa application.
Andrew Darby The former Greens leader will be at the helm of this season's Antarctic campaign against Japanese whalers.
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Lacking maturity and experience: Greens Leader Bob Brown's candid assessment of Kevin Rudd.
Lacking maturity and experience: Green's leader Bob Brown's verdict on the PM.
Bob Brown, the leader of the Greens, declares a 'Greenslide' at the federal election, after they won around 12 per cent of the primary vote.
Greens leader Bob Brown explains why he thinks the allies Afghanistan strategy is wrong.
Andrew Darby Activist ships were clinging grimly to the wake of the Japanese factory ship, Nisshin Maru, after it was caught butchering minke whales in the Antarctic.
Heath Aston, Chris Johnson Christine Milne has survived an aborted push to challenge her leadership - but some senior Greens claim the Tasmanian senator is now ''living on borrowed time''.
Judith Ireland Former Australian Democrats leader Janet Powell has died, aged 71.
Peter Hartcher In the fourth part of a five-part investigation, Peter Harcher reveals that factors that led to the downfall of Australia's first female prime minister,
Andrew Darby After decades of conflict, Tasmania's old growth forests have won protection on the World Heritage list.
Andrew Darby Conservationists in Tasmania have won a Federal Court action overthrowing the approval by former environment minister Tony Burke of a controversial mine in the Tarkine region.
Adrian Lowe Supporters of one of Tasmania's biggest tourist attractions are banding together to try to save its owner from a multimillion-dollar tax bill.
Ross Peake Julia Gillard is setting up a new clash on asylum seekers in Parliament, with her government also set to intensify battle on the mining tax.
Twenty years ago today a new national political party, the Australian Greens, was launched at a press conference — and hardly anybody noticed. Michael Gordon reports on how everything changed.
Ross Peake The Gillard government will send the first wave of asylum seekers to Nauru within days to live in tents as it blasts the Greens for ''naively'' opposing offshore processing.
Chris Johnson Greens leader Christine Milne wants mining companies and rich people to pay more tax.
Ross Peake Christine Milne's appearance at the National Press Club marks an important milestone for the Greens' leader.