Australia may be on the cusp of a new generation of electric cars, but could the production of environmentally friendly vehicles mean the loss of some of the NSW Clarence Valley's stunning mountainous forests?
Energy Minister Angus Taylor says the Government is not against electric vehicles, but believes it is not the role of government to tell people what cars to drive.
Power plant shutdowns, renewable energy targets and accounting assumptions have helped Australia meet its target "in a canter", writes RMIT ABC Fact Check's Josh Gordon.
The rationalisation of the power industry in the 1990s led to widespread job losses in eastern Victoria, and the impact on community and sporting clubs is still being felt a quarter of a century later.
A people-powered revolution is taking place in north-east Victoria with the region's first community-led energy network going live.
Juergen Zimmermann believes electric cars have a huge future in regional Australia, despite the limited range of current models, and Australia's chief scientist says they are a certainty.
Angus Taylor's claim on what has happened with greenhouse gas emissions under the Coalition is problematic for a number of reasons, starting with the figures he cites. RMIT ABC Fact Check investigates.
Even before a sod has been turned, the costliest scenario for Snowy 2.0 has blown out by 35pc and it looks like not being finished until well into 2026.
The WA Opposition calls on Alannah MacTiernan to resign amid revelations she had long-standing financial links to a company related to Carnegie Clean Energy, which later won a tender she oversaw.