Glencore is selling its Hunter Valley coal rail assets.

Australian scientists have discovered special bacteria that help create platinum.

The Road Safety Remuneration Tribunal (RST) is holding a hearing this week on a draft variation to the 2016 Road Safety Remuneration Order.

The environment around Townsville’s Yabulu nickel refinery is plagued by tailings seepage and elevated levels of ammonia.

The Transport Workers’ Union has slammed the Federal Government over new deals with Qatar Airways.

A new report says China is responsible for about ten per cent of the global warming since the pre-industrial era.

Adani has reached some key agreements on its $AU16.5 billion Carmichael coal mine and rail project.

Researchers want to make Adelaide an ‘integrated smart city’ to demonstrate the mod-cons of tomorrow.

Federal education minister Simon Birmingham says mid-level maths should be made a pre-requisite for students looking to enrol in science, engineering or commerce degrees.

The administrators of a collapsed training company have raised allegations of a massive rort.

Infrastructure Australia has released its 15-year Australian Infrastructure Plan, and it has already been used to argue for more local government involvement.

A three-year dispute between unions and Essential Water in New South Wales is ending, after workers indicated they would accept a new wage deal.

Caltex is using energy from the Sun to better supply fossil fuels in outback areas.

One Australian mining company is looking beyond the standard materials for its next big project.

Federal MP and embattled mining boss Clive Palmer has blamed regulatory processes for a big delay in restarting his nickel refinery.

Union members in Darwin have held a protest against working conditions at the Ichthys LNG construction project.

A new report says red tape on water and electricity prices in South Australia must be slashed, and the state could do with fewer government Ministers as well.

The impact of Tasmania’s Basslink outage continues, as the government scrambles to patch up various services.

The engineers of the future say new cities will be designed according to the lessons of our biological past.

Authorities have marked a dip in Newcastle coal exports.

Two new skyscrapers have been approved at an iconic site in Melbourne’s CBD.

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