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Sue and Keith: 12 years campaigning from Parliament

At the 2011 election, Sue Kedgley and Keith Locke, lifelong campaigners and two of our longest standing Green MPs, will be standing down after 12 years in Parliament.


Our Green MPs have been down in Christchurch mucking in to help residents in the aftermath of the earthquake. Kevin Hague, Keith Locke, and Catherine Delahunty speak about their experiences, the needs they encountered, and what, if any green shoots of hope they saw emerging from the destruction.

10.10.10 Global Working Bee

Three Green MPs talk about the global climate action day 10.10.10.

MPs go flatting

Under surveillance by the SIS, living with teenage girls and Greenpeace activists above a factory, mushrooms growing in the shower and views of the Sydney Opera house – Green Party MPs recount their most memorable flatting experiences.

Green Summer Holidays

We speak to Green MPs about how they spent their holidays, and discover that they have been relaxing, trying new things, and of course indulging in some old-school political activism.

Happy 10th Birthday

This week we celebrate our 10th birthday; 10 years of the Green Party in Parliament. Technically it might be an anniversary, but birthday sounds more fun. Green MPs Keith Locke, Sue Kedgley and co-leaders Russel Norman and Metiria Turei tell us about an extraordinary start in 1999, their personal highlights over the last decade plus their sense of what might happen in the next 10 years.

Audioblog # 32 – Keith on the final day

Today's seventh audioblog (mp3, 0.9MB, 7.25mins) is Keith talking about Auckland's public transport system, voting Green to keep out Brash, and the race in Epsom.

Audioblog #6 – Keith in Tonga

Keith is in Tonga over the next couple of days, as pro-democracy strikes escalate. frog spoke to him about why he's there, what he's doing, and what's happening. The interview is here (mp3, 8.45 mins, 1.0MB).