Our man Burrill’s wrap this week tackles the Shenhua coal mine blowback, the Greek bailout, Iran and Donald Trump’s dalliance with the Cartel.
With Christmas done and dusted, Michael Burrill drags us back into current affairs: Sulayman Khalid’s arrest, Scott Morrison’s “kind” shuffle into social services and US cops putting their feet in every possible thing.
PM Tony Abbott and his government might have danced on the grave of the Carbon Tax, but Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon still sees a bright future for renewables in Australia.
With the Carbon Tax gone, either the Abbott Government or the Opposition may soon find their credibility over the issue up in smoke once the (carbon) dust settles…
Conrad Liveris isn’t fussed over 81 cents, however, businesses may find that small amount to be a major headache once the carbon tax is repealed.