July 13, 2019
Murray–Darling recovery in peril
As attempts to restore water to the river basin fail to meet their targets, scientists warn irrigator subsidies may cost 10 times initial estimates.
July 6, 2019
Japan resumes commercial whaling
On Monday, Japan recommenced commercial whaling for the first time in three decades. But could this actually mark the beginning of an end to the country’s whaling program?
June 1, 2019
Inside the broad church of Scott Morrison
With a stunning election victory behind him, Scott Morrison has further consolidated his power by elevating key allies into his ministry.
June 15, 2019
Cannon-Brookes and the new climate guard
As the Coalition stalls on emissions reduction, moneyed climate activists are turning to direct investment, led by tech billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes.
May 25, 2019
Morrison sprints to Adani approval
The Queensland Labor government has taken the Coalition’s election victory as a warning it must fall in line and green-light the Carmichael coalmine.
May 11, 2019
The Shorten interview
In a one-on-one interview ahead of next week’s election, Bill Shorten has proposed he would, if necessary, set up a new regional processing facility in Papua New Guinea.
May 11, 2019
Are the Nationals still the party of the bush?
With the election poised to be a referendum on climate policy, the junior Coalition partner finds itself out of touch with voters, even in its traditional strongholds.
May 4, 2019
What Clive Palmer wants for his $60m
Despite Clive Palmer’s outlandish claims of his party forming government, the United Australia Party leader has a canny election strategy: to benefit his mining interests.
April 27, 2019
What is next for the Australian Greens
While high-profile candidate Julian Burnside has animated the Greens in Kooyong, party strategists fear there is a lot to lose.
April 27, 2019
Keelty warns river ‘ripe for corruption’
EXCLUSIVE: Former AFP chief Mick Keelty is examining links between political donations and water licences, and calling for proceeds-of-crime laws to be expanded.
April 13, 2019
CSIRO steps back on Adani approval
As Scott Morrison readied to call the election, Melissa Price rushed to give federal approval to Adani’s Carmichael mine, citing support from the CSIRO.
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