The Federal Government has laid out its plan for reducing carbon emissions, funnelling investment to ...

The NSW government has been ordered to revisit world heritage assessments for the Warragamba Dam expansion.

The winning bidder has been announced for the $2.14 billion privatisation of Adelaide's passenger train network.

New research says the boards of big Australian companies are held back by male pack mentality.

Australia's first commercial, space-capable rocket has been launched.

Dozens of experts have signed an open letter to the PM, saying Snowy 2.0 is turning into a “$10 billion white elephant”.

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) says consumers are now paying less for the transportation of electricity.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor has been promoting carbon capture and storage in Australia, but there is serious concern ...

The Federal Government is pushing for its renewable energy funding bodies to invest in non-renewable power sources.

New mineral-recovery techniques could make some low-grade mines more viable.

The Morrison government is preparing a sweeping intervention into Australia’s gas industry ...

Mining money has been used to create a high-tech fire-detection system for Australia.

Construction company John Holland has been charged with breaching federal work health and safety laws.

Authorities want to help with changes to the workplace exposure standard for silica dust.

NAB’s CEO has explained why the bank is moving away from coal investments.

Rio Tinto executives are resigning after the company destroyed Aboriginal heritage sites earlier this year.

A major beef processor has taken court action against the Australian Defence Force (ADF) over PFAS contamination.

The AFP has executed search warrants at the future home of the NT Health Department.

Motorists may have to cover the cost of keeping Australia’s struggling oil refineries alive.

A central Queensland city could be home to a $300 million hydrogen production facility – the first of several.

South Australia was able to meet almost 94 per cent of its Sunday energy needs with solar power.

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