The energy debate led to a windfall for the major parties.
Good morning, early birds! No survivors have been recovered from crashed Lion Air flight JT610, the mining sector argues that decarbonisation will rely on a minerals boom, and long-standing German leader Angela Merkel has announced she will step down. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
While the Coalition government has many climate denialists in its ranks, fossil fuel companies can also wield systemic power to make sure the political system works in their interests, not the community's.
The mining industry says industrial relations reform is urgently needed to rein in mining unions. Wages growth data begs to differ.
We're abandoning good policymaking in Australia and parasites like the mining industry are to blame.
Not all corporate campaigns against political parties happen on TV. Some go under the radar, and can be even more effective.
The government's war on renewable energy reflects the strong financial links between the fossil fuel industry and the Coalition.
More confirmation that the economy is drifting along in today's jobless numbers -- while the mining industry continues to whine, write Bernard Keane and Glenn Dyer.
While Gina Rinehart demands that governments get off the back of the beleaguered mining industry, it is enjoying massive subsidies from state governments.