You know how when you were young, and the night before Christmas morning seemed to drag on forever. That’s what it felt like waiting breathlessly for Jason Akermanis to tell us what he thinks about Adam Goodes. Chris Graham explains.
The CPSU said that there have been "reports of significant delays" and "significant numbers of managers have been moved out of head office and put on the frontlines today to cover gaps created by strike action".
Politicians on Melbourne's Spring Street are racing to catch up to the ACT, which is aiming for 100 per cent renewable energy by 2025 in spite of the Abbott government's efforts to stymie investment. Thom Mitchell reports.
The controversial mine that's been making headlines this week is accompanied by a proposal to develop the world's largest coal terminal. Environmentalists are uncowed in their criticism despite government attacks. Thom Mitchell reports.
The Environment Minister's failure to do his job has embarrassed not only Greg Hunt, but also his Chief of Staff's husband, Steve Price, who fronted The Project with underwhelming results. Thom Mitchell reports.
Hurricane Sandy is battering the USA's Eastern Seaboard and the relief effort ahead looks grim. James West was in Brooklyn and took these photographs before the storm hit
Hurricane Sandy, the devastating "Frankenstorm" that hit the United States' Eastern Seaboard at 8pm (Eastern time) last night has already caused plenty of damage, with hundreds of thousands of homes without power. Although eyes are fixed on the US, dozens of deaths have been recorded across the Caribbean. James West from Mother Jones' Climate Desk was in Brooklyn before the storm struck. Here are some of his photos.
Flooding in Red Hook, a neighbourhood along New York Harbour. Photo by James West.
Sandbags in Zone A, New York Harbour. Photo by James West.
Carol Serrano (right) and Nayda Ortiz (left), did not evacuate Brooklyn, citing excessive precautions during Hurricane Irene last year. Photo by James West.