In light of the weekend’s Reclaim Australia rallies, Senator Lee Rhiannon tells the sad story of refugee Fazel Chegeni, a victim of our detention system.
Senator Lee Rhiannon has taken umbrage with the Federal Government’s “Radicalisation in Australia” booklet, stating that it undercuts our democratic process.
Senator Lee Rhiannon is outraged that Cecil the Lion was murdered at the hands of Walter Palmer, and does not see how hunters around the world could possibly justify this killing.
As Labor rolls over on data retention laws, Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon puts out a call to unions to go find the so-called Opposition that has just rolled its own loyal supporters.
Greens spokesperson for animal welfare Senator Lee Rhiannon offers a way to turn the sport hunting outrage against Glenn McGrath and Brett Lee into a positive for animal welfare.
PM Tony Abbott and his government might have danced on the grave of the Carbon Tax, but Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon still sees a bright future for renewables in Australia.
Focusing on the real matter at hand, ethics, Greens Higher Education spokesperson Senator Lee Rhiannon weighs into the debate about Frances Abbott’s Whitehouse Scholarship.
In a TBS scoop, Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon explains the benefits of proposed electoral reforms from a report just released by the Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters.
The failing on both sides of politics to see the link between foreign aid spending and climate change sounds a death knell to Senator Lee Rhiannon.
Fresh from her Sri Lankan ‘departure’, despite a drop in voter support, Senator Lee Rhiannon outlines why the Greens remain a force to be reckoned with.
Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon puts out the call to end the ‘financial arms race’ that dominates Australian political funding.