A NSW community action group says there is no problem with gas supply, and there is no need for gas giant AGL to continue fracking activities in sensitive environmental areas.

Business groups have reacted poorly to a push by unions to change the Fair Work Act.

Iron ore miner Arrium has been selling its product at a $9 per tonne loss for the first quarter of this year.

Uranium explorer Vimy Resources says uranium quality at their Mulga Rock project is a fair bit higher than expected.

Cycle safety advocates are looking to re-launch a sticker scheme after the death of a cyclist in Melbourne.

The WA Government wants to impose new maximum penalties for distracted drivers who cause fatal accidents, but some legal experts say they go too far.

China will invest $46 billion in Pakistan to expand its energy and transport infrastructure.

New statistics from Safe Work Australia show 44 Australian workers have been killed at work since the beginning of 2015, with transport emerging as the most fatal sector once again.

The WA Department of Mines and Petroleum's Resources Safety Division has called for public comment on new guidelines covering tyre safety for earth-moving machinery.

Dozens of defects have been found in a sweep of Sydney’s waste management trucks.

Australia's live export cattle industry is looking to make a bold foray into United States markets.

Scientists are testing a drone that drops beneficial insects onto crops.

A team of twelve architecture students have travelled to the remote Indigenous communities of Areyonga and Amoonguna in the Northern Territory to build much-needed structures for the local communities.

Documents from the United Nations show the Australian Government is facing serious international pressure over its environment policies.

Claims of shoddy roof design have led to legal action against the builders and engineers of Brisbane’s iconic Gabba sporting ground.

Financial reports say the increase in construction activity in New South Wales has made it Australia’s top economic performer.

Not long after its chairman called for a cap on iron production, Fortescue is now planning to mine much more.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott says there will be no changes to negative gearing, burying some concern about the future of the property investment provision.

The Victorian Government has found a way out of the controversial East West Link project, for the low cost of a few hundred million dollars.

Queensland councils say the Federal Government is abandoning them by withdrawing much of the funding support for towns hit by cyclones and other natural disasters.

Official figures show the renewable energy sector has lost almost 2,500 jobs in the last two years.

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