Greens MP Adam Bandt says that one in four of Australia's poor are in full-time employment. Is he correct?
Blaming Bob Brown for Labor's election loss isn't just wrong, it would be a sad inditement on the state of our democracy, writes James Norman.
A second suspicious envelope is sent to the office of Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young, less than 24 hours after an envelope containing an unknown powder and a death threat was sent to the address.
An envelope addressed to Greens senator Sarah Hanson-Young containing an unknown powder is sent to the party's Adelaide office, with a spokesperson confirming a threat was also made against her.
South Australia's most marginal seat is won by the Coalition, while the Liberal Party and the Greens claim the state's last two Senate seats.
More than 80 per cent of Australians want the Government to take more action on climate change. That's 20 percentage points higher than in 2013.
Franking credits have been one of the most hotly contested issues of the election campaign. Vote Compass data shows voters largely fall in line with the policy of the party they support.
When it comes to social issues, nothing unites Australian voters quite like the topic of voluntary euthanasia, according to the ABC's Vote Compass.
The Greens leader accuses the Government of being "extremists" for not taking tougher action on climate change, hitting back at the Prime Minister's claims his party presents a "bigger risk" than the United Australia Party.