The competition regulator has some concerns about Aurizon’s proposed One Rail acquisition.

The SA government has reached a compromise over workers’ compensation.

Experts have tested telecoms cables on the seafloor as a detector for earthquakes, tsunamis and the effects of climate change

The Albanese government says its national corruption watchdog will be able to look into recent corrupt conduct.

The NSW Government says it has simplified the process for registering industrial plant items.

A transport company has been convicted and fined a total of $490,000 following the 2018 death of a truck driver in Victoria.

More delays suggest Snowy Hydro will not be the saviour that the former LNP government claimed it would.

Australia’s energy woes are being exacerbated by coal-fired generator outages.

The NSW Government says it will invest $1.2 billion over the next 10 years into renewable energy.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) has imposed a price cap on the electricity market for the first time ever in Queensland.

Australia’s major gass lobby says spot price markets and coal failures are behind recent pressure on power prices.

Experts warn that loose renewable energy certificates could undermine emissions reduction efforts.

Opposition Leader Peter Dutton may have jeopardised multi-billion-dollar submarine plans by divulging sensitive discussions ...

Experts have found massive underreporting of direct coal mine methane emissions.

BHP is testing new automated shiploaders at its Port Hedland export facility in Western Australia’s Pilbara.

Workplace safety authorities have issued improvement orders to a WA lithium facility.

Experts have created an advanced computer model to improve the design of large liquefied natural gas (LNG) containers.

Australia's biggest power station is running out of coal.

Construction has begun on a giant wind farm in Queensland.

The Victorian Government is amending planning laws to protect a wind farm from legal challenges.

Australian researchers are working on transparent solar glass that could allow buildings to power themselves.

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