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Cosima Marriner June 12, 2011 Stick to your beliefs ... former Democrat Andrew Bartlett gives advice to the Greens. Senate, the Greens have been seeking advice from former Democrats about how to avoid self-imploding. Former Democrats leader Andrew
Anti-poverty activist Sue Bradford has revealed she left the Green Party over what she saw as its shift toward right wing politics. Ms Bradford resigned as a Green MP in September 2009, months after missing out on party's co-leadership to Metiria
What are the chances of getting a nice cup of herbal tea at a Green Party annual meeting these days? Not good, as it turned out over the weekend at Pt Chevalier's Te Mahurehure Marae. What's more, the lunch on offer from the Greens included much in
Bowling has been a favourite British way of relaxing since Sir Francis Drake supposedly insisted on finishing his game on Plymouth Hoe before heading off to sink the Spanish Armada. Now bowling greens across the country face a fight for survival in
The Greens are going for a bit of the old and a bit of the new in their 2011 party list line-up. The most notable movement is that of former Canterbury regional councillor Eugenie Sage, who's above some current MPs, to take sixth place on the list.
Ireland's Green Party has elected a new leader to try to revive the environmentalist movement after it was wiped out at the last election. The Greens were part of a coalition government for Ireland from 2007 to this year, when they resigned from
A leader of Germany's opposition Greens has rejected speculation that the party will field its first candidate for chancellor following a surge in polls. The anti-nuclear party already was benefiting from the unpopularity of Chancellor Angela Merkel'
The Greens will have the balance of power in the Senate from July 1, with the party's team expanding from five to nine following last year's federal election. Senator Brown was re-elected as leader unopposed after the election, but deputy Christine
Coming down from the euphoria of finally winning a seat in the House of Commons, Elizabeth May is taking a bit of a kicking this week. The Green Party, Margaret Wente wrote in Tuesday's Globe and Mail, was the biggest loser in the May 2 election its
The CPC Central Committee commemorates "May Day" slogans (cpcchina.org) Updated: 2011-04-29 16:05 April 30May 7, 1948: The Secretary of the CPC Central Committee holds a conference in Chengnan village in Fuping county in Hebei province April 30, 1948: