While federal politics was offering business-as-usual climate inaction last week, school kids were putting politicians to shame.
Good morning, early birds. Adani has announced plans for the imminent construction of a scaled-back version of its Carmichael coal mine, Justin Milne and Michelle Guthrie renew their public stoush, and students in Sydney and Melbourne are expected to stage a walk-out in protest of climate change inaction. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. China fights back against the Trump trade war with tariffs of its own. Plus, Adani wins a 12.5 billion-litre water grab. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. Donald Trump has awkwardly walked back his comments about Russian interference. Plus, reports that Adani has almost secured funding for its controversial coal mine. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
One is an energy tycoon with an appalling human safety, environmental and political track record that has nonetheless successfully capitalised on their status as a job provider. The other is the exact same thing. These two people are very similar, is what we’re saying.
Don't worry, Bill Shorten is happy to think whatever you think when it comes to Adani.
Good morning, early birds. Barnaby Joyce has given Farifax the first exclusive peek of his rent-free Armidale apartment (much to the chagrin of the News Corp tabloids). Plus, Adani has pushed back a self-imposed deadline to fund its controversial coal project. It's the news you need to know, with Max Chalmers.
How ironic, an ex-coal industry spinner doesn’t know when to stop digging.
Malcolm Turnbull's position on climate change has undergone a remarkable range of gyrations. The same is true of Queensland Labor. Such flip-flopping always comes at a price.