An environmental expert has slammed Federal Agriculture Minister Barnaby Joyce’s big dam plan.

Authorities are dropping height restrictions for buildings on a key plot of the Port Melbourne waterfront, following a big push by a Kuwaiti-backed construction company.

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The Transport Workers’ Union has lost its appeal against a ruling that found owner-drivers should not be paid during their fatigue management breaks.

A leading energy analyst says shares in gas giant Santos are worthless if current oil prices and exchange rates continue.

Employment levels in mining and resources are well below what they once were, but experts say there are still shortages to be filled.

A new report has found an acceptance among Australian workers of risk-taking and rule-breaking on the job.

Gas is floating from Queensland’s Curtis Island port, marking the successful commission and testing of QCLNG’s Train 1.

Engineers in Singapore have unveiled ‘smart window’ technology, which can adjust its tint to lighting conditions and gather electricity at the same time.

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