Coalition concerns over political activity by environmental groups mirrors the concerns of the coal lobby.
The concept of "fake news" distracts from the more serious challenge of quality journalism at time when there are fewer journalists, editors and producers to provide it.
We're sure Adani will spruik its new project in terms of all the jobs it will create.
Australia's retreat into protectionism is likely to mean $1 billion in cheap money handed to the white elephant Carmichael coal project.
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 might have state government approval for its new mine, but that doesn't mean it's a done deal.
Now that Adani has got approval for its Carmichael mine, financiers are nowhere to be seen, writes economist John Quiggin.
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.