A review has found $25 billion in Coalition grants have been made through closed processes with no competitors.

The Queensland Government has announced its first big purchase for the Brisbane 2032 Olympic Games.

An industry body says there is a national shortage of groundwater experts.

An inquiry into the destruction of the Juukan Gorge rock shelters has called for new laws to protect sacred sites.

A solar installer has been fined $500,000 for issues at multiple unsafe worksites.

Running shoes have inspired a new material to protect buildings from impacts.

The Navy says it may use Collins Class submarines for another 30 years.

BHP has issued a vaccine mandate to workers.

An audit has warned NSW’s rail freight networks will struggle with surging volumes of consumer goods and commodities.

A business body says skills shortages are holding WA back.

A Queensland mushroom farm has been fined $130,000 over a workplace incident.

The Federal Government continues wafting in the vague direction of an emissions pledge.

Experts say international gas price rises will be felt in Australia.

US and Chinese researchers say climate change may lead to a reduction in how much the world spends on energy.

Solar power met more than half of Australia’s grid demand for the first time over the weekend.

NSW has launched a new $70 million Hydrogen Strategy.

Prices for natural gas have hit a historic high.

The federal and state governments are bickering over the terms of a new national skills funding deal.

Roll bars are now mandatory on quad bikes sold in Australia.

This week of National Safe Work Month is focused on mental health.

Energy Minister Angus Taylor says Australia’s business leaders have proposed a “backdoor carbon tax”.

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