Workplace relations experts say governments must look beyond strikes and industrial action to address the true causes of workplace conflict.

The Federal Government is funding research into new ways to develop Australia’s unconventional gas resources, including coal seam gas, shale gas and tight gas.

Airservices Australia has been recognised for excellence and innovation in air traffic control training.

An Australian car safety start-up is preparing for its public debut, hoping to raise millions to develop an advanced reversing alarm.

An expert lawyer in transport safety says the scope of chain of responsibility (COR) laws could be changed by new reforms.

Some major Australian transporters are feeling the strain of the ongoing drop in iron ore prices.

Mining billionaire Gina Rinehart says Australia could start to look a lot like Greece, unless major changes are made.

Toro Energy has made a thinly-veiled swipe at the Queensland government’s decision to ban uranium mining.

Progress has been made on a deal for FedEx to buy-out TNT Express.

Apache Energy is being sold for around $US2.1 billion and will exit the Australian oil and gas market.

While Prime Minister Tony Abbott has recently appeared willing to let Victoria not build its contentious East West Link, others within his party are pushing for the big road build to continue.

A new Chamber of Commerce has been set up to represent more than 2,000 Indigenous businesses and employers.

Federal Government's first Direct Action auction is on this week, but analysts say the scheme simply will not work.

The age of hydrogen cars in Australia has begun.

As the iron ore price continues its rapid decline, hundreds of jobs are on the line.

Industry experts have highlighted a few niche areas where Australian manufacturing could do well.

Home building appears to have boosted the construction sector, while engineering work dries up.

The federal government’s Energy White Paper has received support throughout the resources sector, which is pleased to hear of measures to boost LNG.

Oil and gas giant Shell is making an aggressive bid to become the world’s biggest LNG provider.

Woodside Petroleum has come across some new gas off the West Australian coast.

A Senate inquiry has picked apart moves by the Queensland Government under former premier Campbell Newman.

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