Plans are proceeding for a nuclear waste dump in South Australia’s outback.

Exploration is increasing despite the NT’s fracking ban.

Railway workers across NSW have agreed to a new pay deal.

Adani's plan to drain billions of litres of groundwater could destroy one of the world's last unspoiled desert oases.

A new report criticises several states for driving unnecessary investment in power networks ...

Thousands of protestors have taken to Sydney streets to call for more renewable energy.

The Tasmanian Government wants compensation for the 2015 undersea power cable outage.

AEMO says an additional 850 megawatts of dispatchable generation capacity could be needed ...

Victorian power company Powercor could face a class action over bushfires.

Funding has been provided for two large-scale, grid-connected batteries to shore up Victoria’s power supplies.

Concern has been raised that Brisbane City Council's investment arm could put $270 million of ratepayer funds at risk.

March 22 is World Water Day – a day set aside to focus on one of the most important elements of life on Earth.

One of two giant tunnel boring machines digging the new Perth Airport rail link has been temporarily shut down.

Plans to build a wind farm between Canberra and Goulburn have been withdrawn.

Decommissioning work is almost complete at the former Hazelwood Power Station.

Most Australians accept mining and have positive views of its economic role, but they hold low levels of trust in in the industry, according to a new survey.

The NSW Government has laid out the state's infrastructure strategy for the next 20 years.

US energy giant Exxon is part way through an eight-year tax-free period.

Queensland will host the construction of new defence vehicles, leading Victoria to claim it has been snubbed.

The Greens have proposed banning the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030.

The CFMEU and 19 officials have been fined $817,500 over building site shutdowns in Queensland.

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