Former Greens member for the Victorian state seat of Northcote, Lidia Thorpe, says that the rate of removal of Indigenous children has increased 400 per cent over the last decade. But Fact Check finds that doesn't check out.
The Victorian Greens claim that drug sniffer dogs are incorrect 75 per cent of the time. Fact Check finds that claim to be close to the mark.
The federal Greens leader said it was important he condemn the treatment of women after accusing Barry O'Sullivan of throwing "sexist filth" at Sarah Hanson-Young.
A proposed legislative change that would add transparency to political donations to major political parties is rejected by both Labor and the Coalition.
The Greens senator is set to release her new book En Garde as a "call to action" for women, as her defamation case against Liberal Democrat senator David Leyonhjelm begins.
Greens senator Jordon Steele-John calls for the aged care royal commission to be expanded to also encompass the abuse of people in disability care, citing "unspeakable acts of cruelty".
A report recommends the NSW Greens find there is insufficient evidence to substantiate a complaint a Greens MLC sexually harassed a parliamentary staffer, but the former staffer says the allegation was not properly investigated.
The Home Affairs Minister uses parliamentary privilege to lash out at Roman Quaedvlieg over "fictitious" and "salacious" information regarding the au pairs saga, accusing him of being a "discredited and disgraced" person who "groomed a girl 30 years younger than himself".
Peter Dutton says the Greens are wrong to say he misled Parliament over the granting of visas for two au pairs.
Now that the Coalition is down one member in the House of Representatives, and one of its Nationals is sitting on the crossbench, its opponents might try to test the numbers with a vote of no confidence in Peter Dutton. Here's how that could play out.