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Surely Turnbull won't screw up energy policy -- look what a stellar job he did with the NBN

Surely Turnbull won't screw up energy policy -- look what a stellar job he did with the NBN

Josh TaylorFeb 27, 201727 Comments

What could possibly go wrong with Turnbull's new "clean coal" plan? Let's look at how he did with the NBN ...

George Christensen's private correspondence, revealed

George Christensen's private correspondence, revealed

CrikeyFeb 24, 20173 Comments

Satirist Ben Pobjie discovers what letters George Christensen has been writing.

LEAKED: instructions for teachers to use coal in the classroom

LEAKED: instructions for teachers to use coal in the classroom

CrikeyFeb 10, 20176 Comments

A new educational program aims to get children looking at coal with as much love as Scott Morrison does. As discovered by satirist Ben Pobjie.

Coal's time is running out, but Turnbull won't hear it

Coal's time is running out, but Turnbull won't hear it

Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane Feb 9, 201723 Comments

Coal production is falling and the best forecasts show coal consumption starting to decline within a decade. But the government continues to spruik it, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

Old King Coal, an Australian nursery rhyme

Old King Coal, an Australian nursery rhyme

CrikeyFeb 2, 20171 Comment

An all-Australian nursery rhyme about the National Party, its hapless leader Barnaby Joyce, and the country's dutiful leader Malcolm Turnbull.

Best not to assume coal will heat up revenue, Treasurer

Best not to assume coal will heat up revenue, Treasurer

Glenn Dyer and Bernard KeaneNov 21, 20162 Comments

Whether coal prices provide a decent budget bounce will depend on what sort of winter China has as the Xi regime moves to ensure heating supplies, Glenn Dyer and Bernard Keane write.

Snoozing on renewables

CrikeyOct 4, 20166 Comments

Crikey readers respond to the previous day's edition.

Coal is amazing -- amazingly insignificant to our economy

Coal is amazing -- amazingly insignificant to our economy

Rod CampbellSep 16, 20163 Comments

Phasing out coal production would have a negligible impact on our economy, writes director of research at The Australia Institute Rod Campbell.

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

CrikeyMay 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,

Business bites: $20 a barrel oil? ... coal roils ... Swiss turmoil ...

Business bites: $20 a barrel oil? ... coal roils ... Swiss turmoil ...

CrikeyJan 12, 2016

Could oil be headed for under US$20 a barrel? Plus other business tidbits of the day.

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