Malcolm Turnbull urgently needs to capture the nation’s attention.
The NSW government says the $262 million partial buy-back of the Shenhua exploration area is a win for farmers, but is it? Really?
Farming has got a lot harder since news hit that Shenhua plans to proceed with an open-cut coal mine on my doorstep, writes Andrew Pursehouse.
It’s not hard, in this fast-moving digital age, to feel some sympathy for the early 19th century weavers who joined the machine-smashing Luddite movement in protest at the march of technology.
On Friday, expressions of interest for round one of the NSW government’s $400 million Fixing Country Rail program will close.