The ABC has dismissed complaints about Chris Uhlmann's coverage of the South Australian blackout.
The Australian got its facts wrong on wind energy in South Australia. Investments in wind have brought costs down.
The federal government says there is "merit" in investigating the effects of "infrasound" and wind turbines. But state environment ministers have said that's total bunk.
Tony Abbott has taken a stand against tall towers that cause all kinds of health problems. But the towers in question are mobile phone towers, and it's 1995. Ketan Joshi explains.
Senator John Madigan's gusty ... sorry, gutsy inquiry into antisocial peacocks continues. Plus other whispers and scuttlebutt.
Ian Plimer, an ally of Gina Rinehart, has written a new book criticising environmentalists and casting doubt on climate change. Renewable energy expert Dr Mark Diesendorf does some fact-checking.
The Australian is warning us about the health impacts of wind farms. But its "research" is entirely discredited, writes energy industry researcher Ketan Joshi.