The Federal Government is looking at ways to dump its $90 billion submarine contract.

Experts have criticised big pay rises in the wake of the blasting of Juukan Gorge.

Queensland authorities are tightening the rules around a specific kind of asbestos product.

Research engineers say disposable face masks could be recycled to make roads.

SafeWork NSW is running a safety sweep of North Coast construction businesses.

New legislation could see funding for regional communities to develop their own renewable energy projects.

The United States has officially re-joined the Paris Climate Agreement.

Woodside has been criticised for its response to a military coup in Myanmar.

The ACCC says gas prices have improved for customers, but may not last.

One mining company is making a serious attempt to reduce its use of natural water supplies.

Barnaby Joyce wants the Clean Energy Finance Corporation to invest in coal power.

A tiny, blind, carnivorous shrimp could hold up work in the Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin.

Beach Energy says it has discovered much more gas than expected in a new field off the Victorian coast.

The Defence department will continue to store sensitive documents with a Chinese-owned firm, despite pledging to move them.

Victoria will soon be home to a hydrogen fuel station dedicated to research purposes.

New research suggests the stock market is helping hold mining companies to account for human rights violations.

Australia has lost half of its oil refineries in the last few months.

A new company has announced plans to build a $1.5 billion, 20,000km fibre-optic “backbone” for Australia.

Shell says its global oil production has “peaked”.

The Victorian Government may soon require wind farms to apply for permits to produce turbine noise.

Experts say there are only a few good parts in the Federal Government’s new IR bill.

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