As Britain continues its plans to send asylum seekers to Rwanda, remember that Australia spent millions attempting to send its unwanted refugees to Cambodia.
- by Tony Wright
The government claims the climate wars are over. But that’s misplaced optimism, especially with the nation gripped by a climate crisis that will be exploited by the opposition.
- by Michelle Grattan
The Labor government is electrified at the prospect of two terms in power. But if they can’t keep the lights on, an early outage could be sparked.
- by David Crowe
The pressure on the electricity grid highlights the need for a long-term shift away from fossil fuels, the chair of the Energy Security Board says.
- by David Crowe and Mike Foley
The Albanese government will have its work cut out resolving some major problems inherited from the Coalition.
- by Waleed Aly
Tony Burke says legislating 10 days of paid family and domestic violence leave as a universal right would be his first parliamentary act.
- by Angus Thompson