The NRMA says there is $1 billion worth of roadwork in store just to bring roads on the north cost of NSW up to standard.

Anyone who thinks there is no passion in politics should try to discuss bike paths in the City of Vincent.

Australia is missing the opportunity for billions of dollars in revenue, thousands of jobs and a better life for many citizens by ignoring one single industry.

Papua New Guinea's top oil producer is calling on the corporate sector to embrace public-private partnerships to profit through the improvement of local lives.

ACT Health has confirmed two cases of lung cancer appear to be linked to asbestos insulation.

Everything from finance to safety is set to take off at Airservices Australia, after some new figures were appointed to the Board.

Australian company Traxion has taken charge of negotiating developments for the Riverina Intermodal Freight and Logistics Hub.

Dodgy bus shelter deals may be just the tip of the iceberg in state corruption inquiries.

The trucking industry’s fortunes swing on the future of National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) and the Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RSRT), according to a key industry figure.

Local experts in air safety will assist investigations into the recent attack which led to the deaths of dozens of Australians.

A few big deals this week for Australian military transport, with the approval of a $54 million project and plans put up for another $1.4 billion spend.

At least eight major projects have been put on hold in recent weeks, due to uncertainty over the Renewable Energy Target.

The Minerals Resource Rent Tax (mining tax) will stay in place after the Federal Government rejected amendments put forward last week.

The wheels have fallen off the new Land Transport Amendment Bill, and the Federal Government is blaming the opposition for putting the valuable Roads to Recovery Programme at risk.

The young stars of tomorrow’s engineering world will face-off against each other in August.

Reports say an engineer in New Zealand has been working for years, even after he was implicated in a major stadium collapse.

A new Environment Protection Authority (EPA) report says Canberra's air quality is excellent, but the city’s love of wood smoke heaters continues to push up pollution.

Thousands of jobs and billions of investment dollars are at risk from the ever-increasing gas price, economists say.

Another major Melbourne construction has earned its 6 Green Star Rating.

Tiny organic cages could be used to extract rare, valuable and sometimes deadly gases from the air.

The threat of a new mining approval has spooked horse stud operators in the Hunter Valley.

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