Handwritten documents obtained by the ABC appear to directly contradict Melissa Price's statement that Adani "accepted in full" changes sought by scientists to limit the impact of its controversial Queensland coal mine.
A landmark decision in the NSW Land and Environment Court to knock back a proposed open-cut coalmine based on its contribution to climate change is looming over other projects in the state.
The head of Adani Australia says he does not believe a Shorten government poses a risk to the company's proposed Carmichael coal mine in central Queensland.
CSIRO was set to answer questions about the Adani project in Senate Estimates, then Scott Morrison called the election — and Labor is accusing the Prime Minister of gagging the Parliament.
If Environment Minister Melissa Price didn't give the go ahead before an election was called, an opportunity would be lost, write Stephen Long and Michael Slezak.
The future of the controversial coal mine proposed for central Queensland now rests with the State Government after receiving the final federal approvals needed before construction can begin.
Queensland MPs are desperate for the Federal Government to approve the Adani mine. This is what's still outstanding.
Port of Newcastle dredger David Allen, with its unique hull that splits in two, is the latest technology that has kept kilometres of channels clear for shipping across 160 years.
Delta Electricity asked Melissa Price's office for help accessing taxpayer-funded carbon credits from the Emissions Reduction Fund, and was given an assurance the Minister would request a review from the fund's Assurance Committee, documents obtained under Freedom of Information reveal.
One Nation's NRA meetings have left the Liberals in a bind over preferences that has put state ranks offside. Can Scott Morrison hold his party together? asks Michelle Grattan.