Greens and Labor orchestrated upset Senate victory to prevent Arena from investing in carbon capture and storage
The controversial Online Safety Act will give broad censorship powers to the eSafety commissioner, and experts warn that it could harm those it purports to save.
Poll finds 59% believe Australia needs to follow the lead of other countries and make action a priority
David Littleproud says Nationals ‘not going to trade ourselves away until we can see the detail and see what we can get’
While Morrison focuses on his noisy right flank, the ALP can establish its credentials as part of the global consensus
Refugee activist Shane Bazzi denies he defamed Dutton in a tweet, using the home affairs minister’s comment about Higgins’ rape allegation as part of his defence
Foreign affairs minister says net zero emissions target preferable by 2050 even as Liberals’ coalition partner shoots down idea
Australia sees a high-profile show of political backing for gas even as world leaders and investors exert pressure to shift away from fossil fuels
Acting prime minister says ‘if other people have agendas that is a matter for them’ as speculation Barnaby Joyce is lining up for top job
After claiming “official” discussions with Pfizer had only started in December, Health Minister Greg Hunt has finally confirmed that the government met with Pfizer last July to discuss purchasing the Pfizer vaccine. Sources say Australia was given options for as many doses as needed to be delivered in January this year, yet government officials turned down the offer
Concetta Fierravanti-Wells says agency designed to foster renewables and any change made by regulation could be disallowed in Senate
The Nationals have said no to net zero targets of any sort in an extraordinary assault on climate action and renewables, and their own electorates.