Leases have been signed at what could be the site of Australia's first commercial space centre.

Coal-fired power is having its “Kodak moment”, according to ...

The Victorian Government has unveiled the route for Melbourne's $16.5 billion ‘missing road link’.

A court ruling has found an industrial loophole leaving Queensland apprentices underpaid for almost four years.

NT's Labor Government says it will have an anti-corruption commission up and running next year.

A Senate committee has called for increased penalties for illegally importing asbestos.

Alinta Energy is working on a $1.2 billion deal to buy the Loy Yang B coal-fired power station.

The NT Government has announced a push for a 50 per cent renewable energy target by 2030.

Clive Palmer’s company has won a claim for US$150 million in unpaid royalties from foreign interests.

South32 has commented on workplace concerns while claiming “strong financial results” at its AGM.

The Federal Government has managed to keep its latest energy policy alive.

Migrants are getting stuck in part-time and insecure work that does not recognise their qualifications, according to a new study.

A joint letter from 16 groups across the political and social spectrum has called for immediate action on the National Energy Guarantee.

Builders are becoming fearful of the cost and safety risks of faulty products.

Job vacancies in engineering are back on the rise, with public sector road and rail projects driving demand.

Swinburne engineers have been awarded for ground-breaking work to keep buildings standing.

WorkSafe Victoria wants industry and public input on proposed OHS reforms.

Experts say Australian industry is missing out on the booming battery storage sector.

AGL wants to modify an existing gas storage site in NSW to provide emergency supply.

BHP boss Andrew Mackenzie says the company is finding its own ways to develop renewable systems while maintaining consistent supply.

Some have been encouraged by a failed $9.5 billion takeover of Santos, but the SA Government is not impressed.

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