Heart still broken 30 years after fiance’s death in one of Australia’s worst mine disasters

The fiance of a 27-year-old man killed in one of Australia's worst mining disasters is still heartbroken, saying the "pain is still there" on the 30th anniversary of his death.

Heart still broken 30 years after fiancee’s death in one of Australia’s worst mine disasters

The fiancee of a 27-year-old man killed in one of Australia's worst mining disasters is still heartbroken, saying the "pain is still there" on the 30th anniversary of his death.

Australia’s emissions rise again, delayed Government data shows

Despite the Federal Government telling the United Nations Australia's emissions are dropping, raw data released today shows the country's pollution is at an all-time high across most sectors.

Thousands of students set to walk out of class in the name of climate change

Thousands of young Australians are set to walk out of their classrooms today to demand action on climate change, with at least 50 rallies planned across the country to protest what schoolchildren see as the destruction of their future.

The future of the planet is in the hands of denialists, again

Climate change denial prevents effective action on emissions, and leads to other lies and evasions by our leaders who support big coal and other polluters. Our government hit a new low point this week, by admonishing those who care, writes David Shearman.