Rio Tinto's robot trains have had their first journey on a Pilbara railway.

South Australia’s Treasurer Tom Koutsantonis is getting Canadian government officials involved in SA’s royal commission into the nuclear industry.

A planned scheme to rate the safety Australian trucking companies has been abandoned.

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR) now has full control over the National Heavy Vehicle Accreditation Scheme (NHVAS) and is getting stuck in to reforms.

The Federal Government has announced about $229 million worth of highway upgrades nationwide.

A major superannuation group says letting Australians make more choices for their retirement savings could stop investments in large infrastructure projects.

The first round of open tenders for the Brisbane-to-Melbourne Inland Rail project will be advertised this week.

The Minister for Regional Development has rubbished claims about  cuts to the Financial Assistance Grant programme.

Queensland’s new Labor Government is looking to scrap laws that would make it hard for motorcycle club members to work on construction sites.

Former NSW deputy premier Andrew Stoner is suing broadcaster Alan Jones and a Greens MP for defamation over coal seam gas claims.

The WA Government has put up a range of scholarships aimed at forging a new generation of tradie ladies.

One insider says the unlawful practice of banks offering businesses special inducements to join their superannuation funds is widespread.

A Labor senator is seeking a senate inquiry that could cause shockwaves in boardrooms nationwide.

Western Australian authorities are taking a peek at the state’s ancient underground waterways with the help of a giant magnet.

The Australian Trucking Association wants capital gains tax (CGT) removed from transfers within family businesses.

Authorities have uncovered a series of maintenance issues on Australia Post trucks.

Federal Government money is set to improve freight productivity through dozens of major bridge upgrades.

Loans and subsidies have been announced that will keep cyclone-affected Queensland businesses moving.

Australia's new air traffic management system will merge both civilian and military aircraft tracking into a single system.

One of Australia’s largest producing gold mines has put up five scholarships to get more Indigenous students into careers in the mining industry.

The Australian Government is back on the hunt for sites to build a national radioactive waste dump.

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