is an Adelaide-based freelance journalist.
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Mar 18, 2017
The outcome of the South Australian government’s bold energy policy could be key to the future of renewable energy throughout the nation.
Nov 5, 2016
One year after an iron ore tailings dam part-owned by BHP Billiton burst its banks, locals of a Brazilian village lament ruined livelihoods and uncertain health risks.
Aug 6, 2016
In Rio de Janeiro, the locals are trying to find positives in lavish spending on the Olympic Games while the city is mired in corruption and economic recession.
Jun 18, 2016
Nick Xenophon’s team of candidates looks set to give the major parties a shake-up at the federal election, but there are questions about what exactly the NXT stands for.
Apr 30, 2016
The ABS unemployment figure, used to direct government policy, ignores hundreds of thousands of jobless Australians.
Feb 20, 2016
The initial findings of a royal commission into the merits of South Australia becoming a hub for uranium mining and waste storage raised as many questions as they answered.
Dec 12, 2015
Right-wing populists aren’t the only ones arguing to lower Australia’s immigration rate – some environmentalists worry it will doom efforts to cut carbon emissions.
Nov 28, 2015
Is developing a driverless car industry the answer to South Australia’s unemployment crisis, or a harbinger of far greater job losses across the nation?
Oct 3, 2015
Angry at the tearing down of a conservative PM, traditionalist parties of the right are hoping to at least benefit by attracting disaffected Liberal voters, or even a notable backbencher.
Sep 12, 2015
Keen to join the fight against Daesh, a group of former Australian servicemen have enlisted legal help in a bid to wage their own war on the government’s Foreign Fighters bill.