Government funding has been provided for Australia’s first Solar Gas Hybrid project.

The promised Snowy Hydro 2.0 project has been described as “too expensive” by a leading energy expert.

A former senior BlueScope Steel executive faces jail time over an alleged attempt to rig global steel prices.

The New South Wales Independent Planning Commission (IPC) has approved an expansion of Bloomfield Collieries’ Rix’s Creek south mine.

Dozens of South Australian buildings require urgent remedial work for flammable aluminium cladding ...

Concern has been raised about a big agricultural company’s plans to buy up groundwater.

The Victorian Government has admitted Fujitsu pulled out of its Latrobe hi-tech education precinct project before last year's state election.

Experts say international governments cannot agree on how to regulate global carbon markets.

Experts say chaotic approaches to energy policy have pushed up electricity prices and scared off investors.

The Federal Government’s says its new billion-dollar dam package for NSW will see “bulldozers in the ground” next year.

Despite a sharp rise in use, WA’s water minister says water-saving messages are cutting through.

New rules will require all quad bikes sold in Australia to have roll bars.

A Federal Court judge has ruled the union regulator’s investigation into the Australian Workers' Union (AWU) donations to GetUp! was invalid, but not political.

A site has been picked for the $300 million Hughenden Irrigation Project.

Worksafe Victoria is investigating claims that asbestos materials were left unsecured near a childcare centre in Melbourne's west.

A Perth doctor has reported on what could be the world's first case of burns from retro-reflective tape on high-vis shirts.

The French company building Australia’s new submarines may have accidentally tweeted yet-to-be-announced plans.

New research contradicts Federal Government claims that no new dams are being built.

Builders, energy firms and other major corporations have hidden political donations from planning authorities, reports say.

Tasmania’s premier says the state is fast becoming the renewable energy battery of the nation.

Hundreds of workers have been left distraught by a NSW Independent Planning Commission (IPC) blunder.

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