The brilliant Speedy (aka Mike Miller) lets rip for Election Day in Australia
The brilliant Speedy (aka Mike Miller) let’s rip for Election Day in Australia
Richard Di Natale says plan would be one of the first things Greens would bring up with Shorten government on climate change
This election has been run on the lowest base primal tactics in Australian history. National policy has become a cult-like hate campaign. Which moderate centrist politician do we despise the most? The Alinsky-ite targeted...
As the global and local environment reaches crisis point, Australians have a clear choice at Saturday’s election. Here are the parties’ key policies
Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young says most South Australians do not want oil drilling in Great Australian Bight
The Climate Cult wears the Fake Badge of Science, but when people don’t agree with them, they give up persuasion and just throw insults and eggs...
Officials advised against ‘providing or hinting at providing any assistance’ to Delta Electricity
Polling from the Australia Institute shows Labor marginally ahead with voters on affordability, reliability and emissions reduction
After the government said the opposition’s emissions reduction policy would cost $26bn, should you believe it?
Existential angst and confused politics on a 1,000km stretch from Bundaberg to Townsville
Environmental and aid groups, business organisations and left and right-wing activists are campaigning for votes in the Australian election
Shadow climate change minister reiterates opposition to Adani mine, saying no ‘case for opening up new thermal coal mine’
Environment minister lobbied on behalf of Delta Electricity’s chair Trevor St Baker after decision to block government support
Australia has not set efficiency standards, despite years of talking, in contrast to China, India, Japan, US and EU
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