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Why is everyone so afraid of Adani’s Carmichael mine?

Crikey February 4, 2016 8 Comments

Now that Adani has got approval for its Carmichael mine, financiers are nowhere to be seen, writes economist John Quiggin.

The curious case of Galilee Basin coal

The curious case of Galilee Basin coal

Paddy Manning August 6, 2014 2 Comments

Despite falling demand for coal and enormous climate consequences, the Abbott and Newman governments are pushing full steam ahead to open the world's biggest coal mines.

Essential: Labor (finally) into the lead — and we don’t care about Schapelle

Bernard Keane February 18, 2014 3 Comments

Labor has moved into the lead for the first time in three years in this week's Essential Report. It may be because voters are increasingly worried about losing their jobs.

iSentia index: Qantas and Holden fuel media mentions

iSentia index: Qantas and Holden fuel media mentions

Patrick Baume December 11, 2013

The decline of manufacturing in Australia was the most popular topic of conversation across all media this week.