The University of Sydney has quantified the socio-economic and environmental impacts of the global COVID-19 pandemic.

Local Government NSW (LGNSW) has welcomed new initiatives to ease the application process for development approvals.

Strong opposition has again been raised against a proposed coal mine expansion in NSW.

The NSW Government’s new silicosis measures have come into effect.

The ALP says it would like to reduce regulations on major projects.

There has been a surge in defence recruitments since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

Victoria’s workplace manslaughter laws have come into effect.

Research suggests major developments are not regularly held up because of legal challenges to environmental approvals.

NSW’s environment minister has approved a new coal mine amid local opposition and a plunging coal price.

Doctors have slammed the unwillingness of quad bike manufacturers to make their vehicles safer.

Hydro Tasmania's consulting business has been criticised for its actions in Africa.

Federal approval has been announced for the Snowy 2.0 project.

Australia's largest insurance company says farmers with coal seam gas (CSG) infrastructure on their property will not be covered for public liability.

The Federal Government still does not have agreement for its $25,000 HomeBuilder subsidy scheme.

The ACTU says the Federal Government is putting the metals industry at risk with its lack of any emissions policy.

The Federal Government continues to insist Roundup is safe, even after a $16 billion settlement in the US.

CSIRO has revealed a new way to look for gold.

SafeWork NSW has launched a construction compliance blitz.

The new national workplace exposure standard for respirable crystalline silica takes effect on July 1.

Plans for Australia’s biggest wind farm have been unveiled.

Australian tech firm Atlassian has announced plans to build the world's tallest hybrid timber tower for its new headquarters.

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