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It’s messy, but co-operation on climate is the only way forward

It’s messy, but co-operation on climate is the only way forward

The government and Greens should be able to find practical compromises.

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Progressives and centrists can co-operate on climate

Progressives and centrists can co-operate on climate

The past two weeks of debate in the federal parliament provided a glimpse of the co-operation that will be needed to deliver progress on climate change.

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‘Sometimes you just don’t want to talk’: Pocock arrives in the Senate

‘Sometimes you just don’t want to talk’: Pocock arrives in the Senate

Pocock is a far cry from some of his brasher Senate colleagues, but the influence he wields drew an unusual spectator to his first speech.

  • by Lisa Visentin
Shedding colonial ties can take time, but the TikTok clock is ticking

Shedding colonial ties can take time, but the TikTok clock is ticking

We are living through an exciting period when history is being re-examined, and there is a heightened awareness of the damage wrought by colonialism.

  • by Jacqueline Maley
We had a masked ball on our cruise up and down the coast
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We had a masked ball on our cruise up and down the coast

Age readers discuss the difference between the UK and Australia’s response to dealing with the pandemic.

The day the climate changed and the glee club went missing
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The day the climate changed and the glee club went missing

Once, a government went disco over killing a carbon tax. Now, a major climate change bill passes without so much as a high five. Climate wars are exhausting.

  • by Tony Wright
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Labor’s climate change bill passes lower house

Labor’s climate change bill passes lower house

Labor’s landmark climate change legislation passed with the backing of the Greens and most crossbenchers. It is now expected to hit the Senate next month.

  • by Katina Curtis, Mike Foley and Angus Thompson
‘Bandt is a bounder’: Keating fires up in climate wars as Greens back Albanese bill

‘Bandt is a bounder’: Keating fires up in climate wars as Greens back Albanese bill

The former prime minister defended Labor’s environmental record after Adam Bandt described the government as “neoliberal” and “now the party of the centre-right”.

  • by David Crowe
‘This is not a barbecue’: Nationals MP outraged as Greens MP forgoes tie in question time

‘This is not a barbecue’: Nationals MP outraged as Greens MP forgoes tie in question time

The new speaker Milton Dick backed Greens MP Max Chandler-Mather when he didn’t wear a tie in question time.

  • by Lisa Visentin
Greens in heated debate over position on climate change bill

Greens in heated debate over position on climate change bill

The party needed extra time to finalise its position in the hope it could extract further concessions from the federal government this week.

  • by David Crowe
$1.8 billion plan to help save Murray Darling river system set to fail

$1.8 billion plan to help save Murray Darling river system set to fail

A report predicts rule changes championed by the Nationals spell failure for an environmental initiative the Albanese government promised to deliver.

  • by Mike Foley