A new study has shown the compounding risks for young people in trouble with the law.

In Western Australia, peoples’ right to swim in the ocean has trumped sharks’ right to live.

The Sun is still seen by some as an inconsistent resource, but developments in the US will help grab a hold of its unending power supplies in a cheaper, more efficient and more flexible way.

One of the largest beneficiaries of the online shopping boom is spending $400 million on logistics to grab a hold of the central Chinese market.

A recent awards night has highlighted the success of many engineering, logistics and other built environment firms, praising the hard work of thousands during billions of dollars worth of infrastructure projects.

One company has broken its old record for the biggest single shipment of iron ore, and said it is proof Port Hedland can handle large loads.

The future of the iconic Australian car brand Holden hangs in the balance, with a lack of support from the federal government possibly condemning hundreds of engineers to unemployment.

Murray Goulburn is looking to trade trucks for cheese, bringing in experts to look at selling its logistics facility for more funds to bid on Warrnambool Cheese & Butter.

A bill is being considered which will hand more control to Queensland governments for approval of mining leases, but some say it does not go far enough.

A recent survey has shown a high level of workplace abuse and bullying in the Victorian Education Department.

Two firms have been recognised for their safety-conscious engineering efforts in Queensland.

A new model has been created to show, with enhanced clarity, the best ways for mining companies to manage water resources and other environmental assets.

Construction work at the Hay Point coal port expansion on the Queensland coast will occur on weekends and public holidays, with the extended times hoped to bring completion up to twenty days closer.

The representative body for Australia’s smaller and independent service stations says the end of shopper dockets would be good, but they are not the only thing making the fuel market uneven.

Broad opposition is forming to combat attempts by the Federal Government to introduce a ‘Direct Action’ policy to deal with climate change.

Approval has been given to a new 100MW wind farm in South Australia, with Pacific Hydro set to embark on the 42-turbine $240 million build.

The Australian Medical Association says it is okay for clinics to turn down people who complain about their services on social media.

The recent spill of about a million litres of uranium ore and acid has been used as a platform to call for the end of uranium mining at the Ranger site.

A new initiative will help Papua New Guinea residents stay a little bit more connected, with a telecom company rolling out solar-powered phone charging stations around the island community

The New South Wales Government is looking to drum up cash by letting go of some goods, starting with all the state’s renewable energy assets.

A push is on to make sure many Tasmanian residents do not miss out on National Broadband Network connections they had been promised.

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