First it was dead birds, then noise. Now wind farms are being blamed for destroying the electricity market and pushing prices as high as $14,000 per megawatt hour.
Peter Martin is the Economics Editor for The Age.
Never keen about cutting rates unless it's an emergency, Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens been able to escape one last cut, until Wednesday.
Reserve Bank governor Glenn Stevens is considering cutting interest rates in one of his last acts in the job following news that Australia's official inflation rate has fallen to just 1 per cent.
If you think you are worse off despite a raft of economic statistics saying things are getting better, you're probably right.
Brexit has forced the International Monetary Fund to abandon plans to lift its forecasts for global economic growth.
What if the prime minister sacked the treasurer and promised to govern for everyone, not just those near the top?
What if budgets, and candidates for office, told the truth?
Standard & Poor's has just made your mortgage cheaper.
There's no evidence that South Australia or any other state will "benefit enormously from the free trade agreements the Coalition has signed", in large part because the Coalition has ensured there isn't.
The Reserve Bank board's next meeting, in four weeks time, will be live, meaning it'll do more than simply review the state of the economy.