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Canberra, ACT, Australia

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Past articles by Dan:

Why energy bill shocks might spell end to Labor's honeymoon

Price intervention promises are promises, and admitting one will be broken carries consequences in politics. → Read More

Climate Change and Energy Minister Chris Bowen reveals redesign of safeguard mechanism

It's a key part of the Albanese government's plan to reach its climate targets. → Read More

Smart Energy Council to launch campaign to counter gas industry

The Smart Energy Council is promising a "ruthless" campaign attacking companies which it argues are trying to protect... → Read More

NDIS market approach has failed regional and remote Australia: National Disability Services

Nearly a decade after it was established, major gaps have been identified in the scheme, particularly in remote... → Read More

Murray Watt says federal disaster agency will better prepare Australia to fight fires and floods

Disaster boss Shane Stone was a casualty in a major shake-up of the federal agencies responsible for preparing... → Read More

Teal independents sceptical about Anthony Albanese's jobs and skills summit

Warringah MP Zali Steggall said the event was shaping up to be a "big PR exercise" for Labor. → Read More

David Littleproud accuses Scott Morrison of breaching Coalition agreement, Barnaby Joyce says scandal would have been dilemma for Nationals if made public

A war-of-words has erupted between the Nationals and Liberals over Scott Morrison's secret ministries scandal. → Read More

Scott Morrison refuses to resign, defends secret portfolio power grab

Mr Morrison said there was a public and political expectation that the prime minister took responsibility for everything. → Read More

Scott Morrison's super-for-housing costings based on 'limited detail': FOI

ACM requested access under freedom of information laws to any analysis or modelling which Treasury had conducted on... → Read More

Tanya Plibersek responds to 'shocking' environment report, as Pocock declares a 'national crisis'

Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek is sticking by Labor's 43 per cent 2030 emissions reduction target. → Read More

New energy plan a far cry from 'CoalKeeper', Rattenbury says

Mr Rattenbury supports the plan, including timeframes for the retirement of coal-fired power stations - saying it would... → Read More

Gas 'trigger' to be reviewed as government races to prevent future energy crises

Resources Minister Madeleine King said "nothing was off the table" in the review. → Read More

Reserve Bank lifts cash rate to 0.85

Treasurer Jim Chalmers warned homeowners to brace for a 'difficult day'. → Read More

David Littleproud elected Nationals leader, Perin Davey wins deputy

Nationals NSW senator Perin Davey was elected deputy. → Read More

Federal Election 2022: Labor can't match the Coalition in the regions, Angus Taylor says

Emissions Reduction Minister Angus Taylor says cost of living and natural security - not climate change - will be defining issues at the upcoming federal election. → Read More

Federal election 2022: Anthony Albanese's coast trip signals start of campaign

The federal election campaign is no longer upon us but already here. → Read More

Labor sets 43% emission reduction target, climate policies ahead of the 2022 federal election

Anthony Albanese's shadow cabinet is meeting on Friday morning to consider options for a 2030 emissions reduction target which Labor will take to next year's poll. → Read More

Carbon tariffs pose massive job risks for Australia: Climate Council report

Cabinet is set to discuss the government's highly anticipated net zero roadmap on Wednesday → Read More

Coal workers can be part of climate change solution: Labor MP

Labor must reassure coal mining workers they can be central to Australia's green-energy future, rather than "part of the problem". → Read More