Researchers at the University of Queensland have hit upon a pretty sweet idea, which could see lemons used to create clean, renewable jet fuel.

The Treasurer of the Northern Territory says the Government will not take on recommendations that say it should hike up utilities prices.

A number of prominent Australian business leaders have voiced their opinions on what the Prime Minister should do during his first term.

Inspectors have been called in to have a look into transparency in Victoria’s Latrobe City Council tender process.

A survey suggests concerns about affordable public housing bringing down property values and generally ruining the neighbourhood may be unfounded.

The Prime Minister has announced a review of Australia’s Indigenous Training and Employment initiatives, to be led by former Fortescue CEO Andrew Forrest.

Public sector workers in the Northern Territory have voted against a recent wage offer, calling for an extra one per cent increase.

Plans to build a facility that would store nuclear waste from around the world at a station in the Northern Territory are reportedly “progressing”.

A study has found that even whopping pay cheques are not enough to keep some workers at the coalface in regional areas.

An environmental impact study has been released for a proposed export facility at Port Bonython in South Australia, finding it could affect the seasonal cycles of giant Australian cuttlefish.

Residents of a town in New South Wales have taken their ongoing battle over coal seam gas drilling to the state’s Premier.

A review ordered by several industry groups and local councils in Queensland has led to a push for more cattle train services.

Dangerous defects have forced Cootes Transport to pull dozens of its trucks off the road.

A new facility for the Australian Federal Police will allow agents greater access and abilities at the Melbourne Airport.

The Fortesque Metals Group (FMG) is fighting to hold onto tight control of its railways, challenging the regulator that sets the price for others.

The Australian Workers’ Union is putting on seminars in Western Australia to warn miners of the diseases that could be drifting right in front of them.

The Victorian Government has had to justify the business case underpinning a multi-billion dollar tunnel project, which is already underway.

The Victorian Government has reopened a freight line that was so deteriorated it had not carried trains for the last six years.

There is a claim today that new construction safety laws could actually endanger workers.

A milestone has been passed on the path to a paradigm shift in energy production.

The closing of several freight depots on the central Queensland coast could make it hard to get anything moving, one Mayor says.

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