Islam not on trial

By Nukte Ogun Five Sydney men are facing trial, accused of conspiring to commit a terrorist act to influence the Federal Government’s policy on the … Read more

The Green New Deal

By Roger Hanney In late October Tasmanian federal Greens senator, Christine Milne, was in Sydney to address one a weekly policy forum presented by the … Read more

Sydney Water award angers environment group

BY JEREMY BROWN Critics have questioned the choice of BHP Billiton’s Dendrobium Coal mine near Wollongong as the winner of the Largest Volume Reduction award … Read more

Murray’s Red Gums in crisis

By Claudia Magro New research into NSW’s River Red Gum timber industry has found a major mismanagement of taxpayer’s money. The report, an economic analysis … Read more

Swamping around in the mountains

By Ashley Devine The Environment Expo at Wentworth Falls Lake aims to educate people on the environmental importance of hanging swamps. The expo is part … Read more

Prisoners see daylight but jobs lost

BY SHANT FABRICATORIAN Under pressure from prison reform activists, the State Government decided in late September to abandon the controversial 18-hour cell lockdown policy at … Read more

Donning the mask of environmentalist

By Roger Hanney Prime time gardener and environmental opportunist Don Burke has signed on as a pulp mill spokesperson for Gunns Ltd. His status is … Read more

Blocking websites a slippery slope

BY BIANCA BIRDSALL Concerns are mounting about Federal Government plans to blacklist some websites in Australia. The Government intends to produce two blacklists, one relating … Read more

“Oh my God, That’s F#@%ed!!!” Special US Edition.

By Roger Hanney Sarah Palin. Need I keep writing’ Palin recently admitted the climate in Alaska is changing but questioned human involvement. Maybe the planet … Read more

Fuel of shit!

By Roger Hanney In the first week of October, New Zealand-based Aquaflow Bionomic Corp announced a twin-pronged breakthrough. The company is a world leader in … Read more