The Rudd Government's Lobbyist Register celebrates its first birthday today and is in rude health.
Evidence of the peculiar difference between what the big polluters say to investors and what they say publicly continues to emerge.
Bernard Keane went to bed in a universe in which Malcolm Turnbull’s leadership was damaged, but not terminal, and awoke in one in which he was about to be deposed by “senior Liberals”, “within days”. It's like a bad episode of Star Trek.
A high-level Government taskforce is investigating claims from the electricity generation sector that the CPRS will compound the impact of the financial crisis and problems in the regulation of the National Electricity Market.
The Snowy agreement imposes virtually no obligations on the NSW Government or the Snowy Hydro Company.
However the fake email saga plays out, it has provided a revealing contrast in leadership styles between the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition.
Godwin Grech, the Treasury branch head at the centre of the faked email affair, was a go-to man for the Howard government on at least one politically-sensitive project.
The Opposition, and Malcolm Turnbull in particular, is mired in the fake email affair and, it seems, slowly sinking.