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Low energy users in Queensland hit with tariffs of 72c/kWh

Despite gushing press release announcing reduced bills picked up uncritically by local media, real horror is the impact on low energy users, single person households, pensioners and solar and energy efficient households in particular. We thought at the time that impact translated … Continue reading

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Great pretenders in Qld coal industry

99 per cent of Queenslanders don’t work in coal industry. 96 per cent of Queensland government revenue doesn’t come from coal royalties. 93 per cent of Queensland’s gross state product not from coal production; regardless leaders regularly exaggerate role of … Continue reading

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Adani sacking Queensland coal workers at its Carmichael mine, conflicting reports

Indian company Adani has begun sacking workers on its Carmichael mine project, raising fresh questions about the status of Australia’s largest coal development…staff working on the early phases of the mine, which would open Queensland’s vast Galilee Basin, were told last … Continue reading

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Sold for $1.00 Queensland coal mine

Like mobile phones, you can now pick a coal mine up for $1. Literally $1. Isaac Plains coal mine in Queensland’s Bowen Basin changed hands this week for less than cost of a cup of coffee. But, like  cheap mobile phone, … Continue reading

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