Eden-Monaro by-election to be a test of the Morrison leadership and bushfire response and a local battle fought on issues including climate and renewables.
Richard Di Natale resigns after five years as leader of the Australian Greens as Bandt indicates leadership ambitions.
Research shows that owners of rooftop solar come from diverse political backgrounds and substantially more likely to be politically active.
Greens re-introduce legislation to ban government funds for coal while government considers channelling funds to upgrade coal generators under Taylor’s UNGI scheme.
Angus Taylor wields “big stick” again, but finds himself heading for a new round of climate policy wars, with industry and with Labor.
The links between the Coalition and the coal lobby grow ever tighter, as new Minerals Council chair Helen Coonan seeks to fast-track new coal mine approvals.
Get ready for six more years of mind-numbing arguments, as two climate change deniers gain a public platform thanks to their election to the Australian Senate.
Labor under Anthony Albanese may look overseas in its search for a way to re-engage voters on climate change, and rebrand its policy suite.
As Albanese emerges as favourite to take Labor leadership, the future of its climate policy will be a contest between pragmatism and ambition.
Morrison set to win majority, Kerryn Phelps concedes in Wentworth while Labor leadership heats up as a factional showdown.