A UK-based data analytics firm is using artificial intelligence (AI) to help activist investors maximise profits.

Australia’s new submarine deal will require a generation of nuclear specialists to be trained.

NSW councils are campaigning against a shake-up of developer levies.

Questions are being asked about the requirements of South Australia’s specialist workers’ quarantine system.

After years spent chasing diesel technology, Australia is going nuclear.

New fracking exploration in the Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin could begin within days, with federal funding spurring it along.

The competition regulator has accused port operators of price-gouging.

The ACTU wants the Treasurer to block the takeover of Commonwealth Bank’s superannuation fund.

Dozens of charges have been levelled at a mining company after the death of a superintendent.

A Sydney company is planning to start production of next-generation fire-resistant zinc-bromide batteries.

A giant carbon-capturing machine has been turned on in Iceland.

CSIRO experts will soon compete in what is effectively the robot Olympics.

More questions have been asked about the future of the F-35 fighter jet program.

The Queensland Government’s water utility has won an appeal against a 2011 flood damages ruling.

ARENA can now fund carbon capture and storage projects, and more uses of gas power.

Australia has become the world’s biggest gold producer.

Santos and Oil Search have confirmed the terms of their proposed merger.

A court has been urged to impose jail time on two former NSW Labor MPs.

The owners of Port Pirie's lead smelter have been fined $35,000 for leaking 700 litres of “toxic” sulphuric acid into waterways.

The Federal Government is paying taxpayer money to oil and gas companies to open up the NT’s Beetaloo Basin, despite legal issues.

SafeWork NSW is cracking down on height-based risks on construction sites.

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Even though many of us have been forced indoors, the COVID-19 crisis is eroding our privacy.

I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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