Stephen MayneSep 13, 20171 Comment
The opening day attracted a full-scale media press conference before proceedings commenced in court 8G of the Federal Court building.
Bernard KeaneSep 13, 20173 Comments
Once feared by governments, mining multinationals are now discovering that the growing hostility to neoliberalism has left them exposed.
Bernard KeaneSep 13, 20175 Comments
If unionists break the law, the government decries corruption. When its own regulator admits breaking it, the silence is deafening.
Alan AustinSep 13, 201721 Comments
Suddenly everyone seems to have forgot to hate Scott Morrison, with his polling numbers surprisingly good. Here are 40 reasons his treasurership has been a shambles.
Michael SainsburySep 13, 201728 Comments
Forget the boats. Hundreds of thousands of Chinese people have flooded into Australia, and no one seems to be taking the threat seriously.
Bhakthi PuvanenthiranSep 12, 20176 Comments
Do Pansy Lai and her ilk really represent the views of Asian Australians?
Bernard KeaneSep 12, 201726 Comments
As politicians panic about the energy crisis they themselves have created, some old ideas are suddenly fashionable again.
Bernard KeaneSep 12, 20178 Comments
The Liberal party is continuing its efforts to demonise the industry super sector despite the role of employer groups, and its successful performance.
Sep 12, 20173 Comments
The question of whether Australia has enough power to handle summer surges in demand is a very open one, writes former non-executive director of Energy Australia Michael Lambert.
Sep 11, 20175 Comments
As interventionism becomes fashionable again, governments will do what they've always done -- play favourites and go after enemies. Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer report.