Former FIFO workers have raised serious issues over toxic smoke from burning rock ...

The global shipping industry is in rough waters.

Six executives at a Queensland Government-owned power company have been criticised for accepting bonuses while subcontractors go unpaid.

Authorities say revenue from oil and gas production has fallen “far behind” in capturing the benefits of the LNG boom.

Experts say Australia’s climate change response could depend on planning.

Planners say the future of Western Sydney hinges on an “aerotropolis” growing around the Western Sydney Airport.

Boral is looking to buy US-based building products manufacturer Headwaters for about A$3.5 billion.

Experts say Australia should take PNG’s lead on gas taxing arrangements.

Almost half the CO2 released during the process of making cement over the last 70 years has been re-absorbed by the material through a process called carbonation, say international scientists.

Victoria has introduced legislation to permanently ban fracking.

Enrolments for mining engineering degrees are plummeting – just as Australia’s mining sector is seeing a global rally in price.

A single late-night session was all it took to pass legislation that forced people to the polls earlier this year.

The NT Labor Government has scrapped open speed roads, imposing a 130km/hr limit in the name of safety.

Rio Tinto is cutting more jobs from its iron ore division in Western Australia.

Chevron will still drill four exploration wells in the Great Australian Bight, but oil giant BP has withdrawn from exploration of the region.

SA’s Treasurer says a “silent majority” want the state’s nuclear waste dump ...

Wesfarmers says it may back out of its loss-making coal business.

Former federal resources minister Ian Macfarlane has defended his career change to lobbying for mining industry.

Rio Tinto has sacked two top executives after a probe into $10.5 million in payments linked to iron mining in Africa.

Australian Local Government Association (ALGA) wants federal action on freight bottlenecks.

Over 1,500 WA public servants will be relocated as part of a massive redevelopment.

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