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Former energy advisor, Ross Garnaut, says Australia is a bit late coming to the energy transition happening in the rest of the world.
After twelve years of advocating for climate policy action in Australia, the Climate Institute will close it's doors in June, blaming a lack of funds.
Private owners will not build the $150 billion of electricity generation needed over coming decades, says Barrie Hill, energy consultant and engineer.
After much speculation, Fairfax Media has finally confirmed it's bidding farewell its digital 'rivers of gold.'
New South Wales has announced an overhaul of its Higher School Certificate syllabus, with a renewed focus on writing and advanced maths.
Facts have never been under such sustained attack. Into this environment, the ABC, in partnership with RMIT University in Melbourne, is reopening the ABC Fact Check unit.
Jackie Huggins, co-Chair of The National Congress of Australia's First People, discusses the Redfern Statement, relaeased in June 2016, and its importance for the roadmap to address the persistent...
Cory Bernardi's decision to quit the Liberals to start a new conservative party has dominated the start of federal parliament.
Those Australians who support watering down the anti-hate laws in the Racial Discriminaton Act have received a boost.
Deputy Prime Minister, Barnaby Joyce, wants the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority to relocate from Canberra to Armidale in northern NSW.