25 September 2017
The numbers no longer stack up when it comes to coal-fired power: wind and solar are much cheaper, and rising electricity costs have more to do with gas prices and network costs than any "green scheme", writes Ian Verrender.
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25 Sep: The tremors rocking Bali's Mount Agung continue to increase in intensity and frequency, suggesting an eruption is imminent, but authorities face a last-minute struggle to evacuate locals unwilling to leave their businesses and livestock.... more
25 Sep: In Bangladesh's Kutupalong refugee camp, where the dearth of facilities and immunisation presents a "very high risk" of infectious disease, some Rohingya refrain from eating due to lack of toilets.... more
24 Sep: North Korea's Foreign Minister says a missile attack on the US mainland is inevitable after "Mr Evil President" Donald Trump called Kim Jong-un a "Rocket Man", before protesters attend a mass rally against America in Pyongyang.... more
24 Sep: The result of this weekend's vote in Germany seems to be a foregone conclusion, with Angela Merkel tipped to win. The real action is expected to begin once the votes are counted and the backroom talks begin, writes James Glenday.... more
24 Sep: An international spat with Julie Bishop, 15-hour-long days on the campaign trail and a death in the family — it's been a rollercoaster ride for Jacinda Ardern she became New Zealand's youngest-ever Opposition Leader seven weeks ago.... more