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‘Bushfire brandalism’: Australian artists replace bus shelter ads with political posters

“Bushfire Brandalism” Pedestrians in some suburbs of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane would have walked straight past activist artists (vandals, some critics might call them) removing...

‘No one is steering the ship’: five lessons learned (or not) since the SA blackout

Kate Griffiths, Grattan Institute A year ago, the power system went down in South Australia. Homes and businesses across the state were without electricity for...

‘Staggering’: $90 billion lost in resources tax

'Staggering': $90 billion lost in resources tax By Eryk Bagshaw 12 March 2018 — 3:47pm An Oxford University expert says Australia would be $90 billion better off if...

A high price for policy failure: the ten-year story of spiralling electricity bills

David Blowers, Grattan Institute Politicians are told never to waste a good crisis. Australia’s electricity sector is in crisis, or something close to it. The...

Australia already has a UK-style windfall profits tax on gas – but we’ll give away tens of billions of dollars unless we fix it...

Australia already has a UK-style windfall profits tax on gas – but we’ll give away tens of billions of dollars unless we fix it...

Australia’s wholesale electricity market.

High electricity prices are here to stay, according to a new Grattan Institute report that calls on politicians to tell Australians the truth about...

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