Another day, another Tony Abbott farce. This time the PM has used a vibrant Cape York school to praise an educational model pushed by Noel Pearson… which has never been used in the school. The real people behind the success are livid. Amy McQuire reports.
The Abbott government now stands almost alone in its support for what would be Australia's largest ever coal mine, after a second of the nation's 'big four' banks distanced itself from the contentious and environmentally damaging project. Thom Mitchell reports.
The nuclear industry's biggest enemy in 2012 was itself. Security breaches, leaks, illegal dumping and poor oversight - anything that could go wrong, did. Jim Green rounds up this year's nuclear hijinks
Did you know the Australian government stole the bones of dead children in the 1950s to test for contamination from nuclear bomb tests? Jim Green on a new online resource that tells our real nuclear history for the first time
Japan's parliament said the Fukushima disaster was "made in Japan" but inadequate safety practices and regulation proliferate in Australia's nuclear industry. Jim Green on the nuclear danger closer to home
Indian villagers are conducting their fourth hunger strike over a new nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu. They say the reactor will soon be operational despite breaching global regulations. Blanche Tsetong reports