COP28 has seen the world acknowledge the end of the reign of fossil fuels.

Greenpeace is taking legal action over climate misrepresentations.

Victoria appears to have listened to councils’ demands for climate consideration in planning.

Delayed road and rail projects have provided billions in budget savings.

Unwillingness to cut fossil fuels could see the COP28 talks end with a whimper.

SafeWork NSW is urging workers and businesses to start planning for how they will stay safe in a scorching summer.

Infrastructure Australia (IA) says shortages in steel and building materials could impact critical projects.

The International Labour Organization (ILO) wants a human-centred economic revolution.

Miners and other big businesses face new union resilience following Labor’s IR changes.

Labor has resisted slashing overall migration, announcing changes that focus largely on foreign students.

AEMO says a strong pipeline of energy projects is progressing through the NEM connection process.

Industrial action could shut down multiple Australian coal mines.

Australian Climate Change and Energy Minister Chris Bowen has joined a last-ditch effort to phase out fossil fuels at the COP28 summit.

Australia's top oil and gas companies, Santos and Woodside, are in talks for an $80 billion merger.

New stats show about 40 per cent of the world's power generation is now renewable.

The offshore oil regulator has been criticised for recent approvals.

CSIRO has outlined key AI opportunities for Australia.

A labour hire company has received the largest penalty in the history of Australian labour hire licensing law.

Engineers have added graphene oxide to cement mixture to make stronger 3D-printed concrete.

The NSW parliament has passed laws aimed at improving workers' wages and conditions.

A magistrate has dismissed a second criminal workplace safety charge against MSF Sugar.

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