Alcoa has secured a five-year electricity supply deal for its Portland aluminium smelter.

The Morrison government has gutted its industrial relations omnibus bill in exchange for a win in the Senate.

The OECD’s incoming secretary-general Mathias Cormann has urged caution over new carbon-pricing ideas.

Researchers say water hoarding and and speculation are not driving price rises in the Murray-Darling Basin.

Unions have slammed legislation that allows the break-up of the CFMMEU.

A new city centre near Sydney’s second airport will be named after engineer John Bradfield.

Renewables developer Tilt Renewables will go private after a $2.75 billion bid.

A class action lawsuit has been launched for victims of the 2019 Cudlee Creek bushfire in the Adelaide Hills.

Brown coal is being turned into liquid hydrogen as part of a $500 million pilot project in Victoria.

Australia will soon use satellites and drones to spot bushfires when they break out.

The closure of the 100-year-old Yallourn power plant has been moved forward to 2028.

The world's biggest nickel producer has paid a AU$2.5 billion fine for environmental damage.

The Federal Government is spending millions on gas industry consultants to tell it how to subsidise the gas industry.

Cost blowouts could put NSW dam projects at risk.

Authorities say Australian petrol prices have stabilised after a highly unpredictable year.

Authorities are redefining ‘reliability’ to respond to the rise of renewables.

Up to $1.2 billion in funding has been put forth to help employers hire 70,000 apprentices in the next year.

A new report shows the mining of bitcoin uses more electricity than several entire nations.

Australia’s former chief scientist is on a global lobbying blitz, ensuring the world that Australia has an emissions plan.

New South Wales has announced a $750 million scheme to help clean up big emitters.

Experts say Australia’s mechanism for setting air quality thresholds does not adequately protect community health.

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