Prime Minister Scott Morrison has spoken against the environmental approval process for major projects.

A huge new Federal funding deal with Queensland will fast track major infrastructure projects.

A corruption inquiry has been told that two City of Casey councillors held ‘very significant’ financial ties to developers.

Synthetic biology could transform Australia’s agricultural sector into a $100 billion industry.

Australian gold miner Saracen Mineral Holdings has secured a $1.1 billion deal for a 50 per cent stake in WA’s Super Pit.

Work-related fatalities continue to decline but more efforts are needed, according to Safe Work Australia.

A construction company has been convicted and fined $650,000 after a labourer fell to his death from a Melbourne high rise.

Australian Gas Infrastructure Group (AGIG) has secured a contract with Woodside Energy to build pipelines for the Pluto-North West Shelf (NWS) Interconnector.

The Morrison government is looking for individual deals with states to help drive down power prices and ensure reliability.

A building that will house the world's largest tokamak fusion reactor is now complete.

The Senate has passed legislation aimed at driving power prices down...

Climate change is already damaging the health of the world’s children, and Australia is at significant risk of health decline too.

BHP has announced its new CEO.

A coalition of Sydney councils has pledged to recycle 45 million glass bottles and buy more recycled material.

The Productivity Commission says important transport reforms need to be sped up.

A mine joint-owned by Rio Tinto is polluting a community in Guinea, villagers say.

A majority of residents in the SA town of Kimba have voted in favour of a nuclear waste dump.

NT WorkSafe has charged two construction companies over the death of a man at the Inpex Onshore LNG Facility.

Taxpayers face a big bill if a buyer cannot be found for a rust-riddled oil platform.

The Victorian Government has announced a multi-million-dollar plan to end native logging.

Australia has met half of its net electricity demand with renewables for the first time.

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