Topic archives: Adani

In defence of protesting

December 6, 2016

Crikey readers discuss yesterday's edition.

Adani coming to Townsville

December 5, 2016 1

We're sure Adani will spruik its new project in terms of all the jobs it will create.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

December 5, 2016 6

Nazis on campus ... BobKat's big bill ... sour Grace ...

Adani handout a toxic mix of crony capitalism and protectionism

December 5, 2016 23

Australia's retreat into protectionism is likely to mean $1 billion in cheap money handed to the white elephant Carmichael coal project.

Business bites: profits at NAB … CBS doing fab … coal more drab …

May 5, 2016

Another day, another coal miner in trouble. Not that anyone in Canberra thinks that's a problem. Plus other business tidbits of the day,

Adani coal mine still faces two big legal hurdles

April 4, 2016 9

Adani might have state government approval for its new mine, but that doesn't mean it's a done deal.

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

February 4, 2016 8

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

Business bites: old king coal … India’s goal … Fed’s role …

Business bites: old king coal … India’s goal … Fed’s role …

September 24, 2015 5

Josh Frydenberg says some of that $5 billion slush fund for northern Australia could be used for the Carmichael coal mine, which no one wants. Plus other business tidbits of the day.

Court doc confirms: govt admitted screwing up Adani approval

Court doc confirms: govt admitted screwing up Adani approval

August 25, 2015 27

Federal Court documents show that the government admitted it bungled the approval of the Carmichael coal project -- a failure it has refused to acknowledge in its campaign to gut a key Commonwealth environment protection act.

Federal Court rebukes government’s ‘vigilante litigants’ campaign

Federal Court rebukes government’s ‘vigilante litigants’ campaign

August 20, 2015 15

The Federal Court has taken the rare step of correcting claims about its role in the Carmichael case, further undermining the government's insistence that "vigilante litigants" need to be reined in.