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Richard Denniss

Dr Richard Denniss is chief economist at The Australia Institute, a Canberra think tank, www.tai.org.au

Malcolm Turnbull on Monday, saying the Senate can decide on the timing of his first election.

Climate of confusion

The PM can't afford to be pushed around by Abbott on climate policy if he is to retain the public's respect.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull during question time at Parliament House in Canberra on Wednesday 10 February 2016. ...

PM's dream city is his new home town

Malcolm Turnbull is a big fan of renewable energy, public transport and land tax. However his ACT Liberal colleagues are campaigning against them.

The Queensland Land Court has approved the Carmichael Coal mine project.

Two waves sink Turnbull’s rhetoric

A third of our biggest companies pay no corporate profit tax and suggestions Australia plans to be competitive in a low-carbon world are a cruel hoax.

Richard Denniss.

The Paris bazaar

Anyone who has ever solved a problem or chaired a meeting knows it doesn't take 40,000 negotiators to break an impasse.