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There are many reasons to be sceptical or even concerned about the ANC under a Ramaphosa presidency.
by Benjamin Hale - 12/03/2018 - 3 comments
The water needed to open up the black soil country for agriculture can easily be diverted from the tropical rivers of the north at an affordable cost.
by Everald Compton - 23/02/2018 - 16 comments
Could anything have been done previously to diminish the risk of a rout on house prices?
by Glen Anderson - 21/02/2018 - 10 comments
Melbourne City Council wants to ban above-ground parking in new developments but doesn't have a clue what the wider implications of such a change might be.
by Alan Davies - 21/02/2018 - 2 comments
If so, by 'squeezing' any generators into even more intermittent supply, are they making the whole SA power supply system more expensive.
by Geoff Carmody - 20/02/2018 - 10 comments
In tackling Australia’s energy crisis, politicians and policy makers need to find the courage and conviction to confront key energy realities and develop real policy.
by Tristan Prasser - 9/02/2018 - 42 comments
The Mining Business Outlook Report 2017-18 features interviews with 50 mining leaders this year reveals strong signs of revival for Australia's mining sector.
by David Hand - 1/02/2018 - 1 comment
Stated energy policy is to deliver affordable, reliable power, with lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Policy isn't delivery.
by Geoff Carmody - 30/01/2018 - 18 comments
This is in line with history since about 1995, a record of capricious decision-making by ideologically-driven politicians.
by Robert Gibbons - 1/12/2017 - 2 comments
Once the difficult transition period when human controlled vehicles are still common is over, a world of fully driverless vehicles should be a lot different from today.
by Alan Davies - 17/11/2017 - 11 comments
The acrimonious battle over Australia's largest motorway may be a case study in how class conflict plays out across the 'post-industrial' metropolis.
by John Muscat - 8/11/2017 - 2 comments
The NBN seems to have been a Kevin Rudd idea, and he used it effectively in his 2007 election campaign. It sounded good, too.
by Don Aitkin - 2/11/2017 - 10 comments


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