“A triumph of image over substance, fear over logic, politics over policy”. Michael West reports on Election 2019 and the inexorable rise of corporate power over democracy.read now
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Is the DAA back to its old tricks? After investigations here into food giants such as Nestle and Sanitarium financing the Dietitian’s Association of Australia
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This reporter had not been barred from attending a public meeting in two decades of journalism but it finally happened. Michael West reports on the sneaky push to exempt a Chinese-owned tax avoider from the National Gas Rules and foist aread now
Mismanagement of the Murray Darling Basin has now reached such farcical proportions, it’s hard not to be reminded of Mark Twain’s edict “Truth is Stranger than Fiction”. How did this level of ineptitude, cock-ups, rorts and cronyism flourish unchecked for soread now
How good is a 200 per cent return! That’s what Caymans company, Eastern Australia Irrigation, made from Australian water and cotton farms. Michael West reports on the eye-raising accounting issues and fishy water valuations of its Australian subsidiary Eastern Australian Agricultureread now
In case RMIT/ABC Fact Check have missed this, Alan Austin analyses the facts and refutes the claims by the Coalition that it has served workers well and is the better economic manager.
VIRTUALLY THE entire developed world has enjoyed a phenomenalread now
The evidence is firming that the Government spent $80 million buying air, not water. Michael West reports.
Serious questions have been aired by Channel Ten’s The Project that the Queensland government failed to decommission dams on the two farms at theread now