State and federal coffers have been cracked open to pull out $24.5 million for outback roads.

A new centre has been funded to study the effects of one of the world’s most dangerous professions.

The Queensland Government has released a discussion paper for changes to mining notification requirements, which have already been met with some controversy.

An independent review has found a set of WorkCover changes are much more favourable to businesses than their employees.

Industry bodies for freight and logistics have warned that money from leasing the Port of Melbourne must not be wasted.

The Queensland Government remains optimistic about the plan to expand the Abbot Point coal port terminal, despite very few interested private companies remaining.

New Zealand firm TransTasman Resources is looking to break open offshore iron sands, seeking permission for marine mining off the southern coast.

New South Wales will take on repeated suggestions and make it compulsory for all fuel tankers to be fitted with electronic stability control.

Progress appears to have been made on a $40 billion project to open a new link between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Hochtief has sent a strong message to Leighton; stepping in, removing the company’s CEO and CFO, and replacing them with its own people.

A long string of troubles has left Papua New Guinea's giant state-owned Ok Tedi gold and copper mine with a dwindling pile of profits.

Funding to fix the worst of the Northern Territory’s roads will be spent as soon as possible.

The Spirit of the Outback will once again glide across the scenic and remote western Queensland region, after floodwaters stopped one of the country’s favourite services.

A bill allowing farmers and other landowners the right to refuse entry for mining, oil and gas companies has been soundly defeated.

A key site for the future of Australia’s energy systems is looking for some upgrades.

Facebook has unveiled plans for its latest massive data centre in Europe, and it will employ a distinctly Swedish approach to the build.

Several groups surrounding civil construction firm John Holland will face Federal Court over allegations that federal health and safety laws were breached, leading to the death of a rail maintenance worker on the Perth CityLink.

After more than month of constant haze, fumes, smoke and flames; the long-burning fire at the Hazelwood open cut mine is now under control, leaving authorities to try to tackle the health risks it has created.

Gas firm Santos Ltd has been fined after groundwater sampling revealed elevated levels of elements including arsenic, lead, and uranium at a site in New South Wales.

The New South Wales government has hit a significant hitch in its bid to sell its biggest power generator.

The chief minister of the Northern Territory has put out the call for private investment in a range of sectors, saying there is untold economic potential for those adventurous enough to try.

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