Waste management giant Cleanaway may buy out the collapsing recycler SKM.

A plan to search for gas and oil in the Great Australian Bight has been postponed until next year.

NSW Nationals leader John Barilaro says ‘green tape’ is hindering water security.

The South Australian government is lifting its moratorium on growing GM food crops.

Several Queensland OHS officials are under investigation for allegedly giving confidential information to the CFMMEU.

BHP’s profit has more than doubled to $12.2 billion, as the impacts of mine disasters ease.

Victoria will hold its own inquiry into the feasibility and suitability of the nuclear power.

Australia is the world's third-largest fossil fuel exporter, behind Russia and Saudi Arabia, new stats show.

The United States will spend $305 million on military aircraft upgrades in the Northern Territory.

July has been declared the world’s hottest month since records began.

A central figure in Australian industrial relations wants unions and big businesses to stop shouting at each other.

A skills shortage could put Australia’s infrastructure pipeline in danger.

NBN chief Stephen Rue denies the national network is a “cut-price lemon”.

The Victorian government is moving to legislate a renewable energy target of 50 per cent by 2030.

Gas company Inpex has been fined $12,600 for evaporating water containing PFAS over Darwin Harbour.

ASIC says it will find out whether Australia’s biggest companies have properly disclosed their risk from climate change.

The Business Council of Australia wants employers to get their workers behind productivity-boosting workplace reforms.

Infrastructure Australia says the nation should be in an almost perpetual construction boom.

The Federal Government has allocated $20 million for Australia's recycling industry to begin banning waste exports.

A WA construction company has been fined $38,000 plus costs over the death of a teenage worker.

A new report says moving to electric and autonomous vehicles in Australia could deliver massive economic boosts.

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