South Australian oil and gas giant Santos is cutting 200 jobs, blaming a delay in “growth activities” for the cull. The ASX-listed $25bn producer announced the retrenchment on Wednesday, with most impacted roles centred in the company’s Perth office. “A detailed review of the WA, Northern Territory and East TimorContinue Reading

A group of protesters who have targeted Western Australian-based energy giant Woodside have fronted a Perth court after their activism allegedly breached the law. Disrupt Burrup Hub members Jessie Noakes, Gerard Mazza, Matilda Lane-Rose and Emil Davey all appeared before Perth Magistrates Court on Tuesday, charged with conspiracy to commitContinue Reading

A protester has been arrested by police after allegedly forcing the evacuation of Woodside Energy’s Perth office building by setting off a “stench bomb”. Musician Kristen Morrissey walked into the Woodside building on Mount St about at 10am Thursday and allegedly set off a device which spewed “safe, non-toxic ethylContinue Reading

A major energy company has again been targeted by activists opposed to a massive gas project in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. About 9.30am Monday, lead singer of Perth punk band Last Quokka, Trent Rojahn, used a fire extinguisher charged with bright yellow paint to blast the ground floor windows ofContinue Reading

Scott Morrison has sparked fresh speculation he plans to quit Parliament after imploring voters to understand he “did his best” – and offering thanks to his wife Jenny and their two daughters in a speech during the historic censure motion against him. The historic censure motion over his secret ministriesContinue Reading

Anthony Albanese has slammed Scott Morrison’s “unprecedented and inexcusable actions” in secretly appointing himself to multiple ministries as emblematic of the former government’s culture of secrecy. Releasing a damning report examining Scott Morrison’s secret power grab today prepared by former High Court judge Virginia Bell, he said the report confirmsContinue Reading