Election 2019 update

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

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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

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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

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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

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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...

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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...
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