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Dirty Power: Big Coal’s dirty network of influence over both sides...

If you’ve ever wondered why so many Australians oppose coal, but coal keeps coming out of the ground, then a new short film by...

Dirty Coal Peddlers

The coal industry has infiltrated Australia's federal government through a secretive network of ties, working to influence Australia’s political decisions at the highest level:...

Democracy’s danger hidden in plain sight

We obsess over our pollies’ private flaws and peccadilloes and call this politics when actually it’s just gossip. But when it comes to researching...

Political donations 2017-18: search all the declarations by Australian parties

Today Australian voters have discovered who was bankrolling the nation’s political parties more than 18 months ago. Gambling lobby gave $500,000 to Liberals ahead of...

Eight charts on our growing tax problem: what abandoning tax reform...

Eight charts on our growing tax problem: what abandoning tax reform means for taxpayers Rebecca Cassells, Curtin University and Alan Duncan, Curtin University As we move...

A cheat sheet for reading the federal budget

The budget papers aren’t so scary, if you know how to read them. Lukas Coch/AAP Phil Lewis, University of Canberra and Anne Garnett, Murdoch University The federal...

Glencore moves $Billions offshore

The Australian arm of the global mining giant Glencore has been involved in cross-currency swaps of up to $25bn of a type under specific...

Paradise Papers

A trove of 13.4 million records exposes ties between Russia and U.S. President Donald Trump’s billionaire commerce secretary, the secret dealings of the chief...

Glencore and The Paradise Papers

Glencore responds to ICIJ’s questions Glencore requested ICIJ publish its full response to our questions relating to our story about Glencore in the Democratic Republic...