Energy minister Angus Taylor wants Australia’s coal-fired power generators “running at full tilt”.

The Federal Government will soon reintroduce its ‘big stick’ energy legislation.

A Great Australian Bight oil industry would require decades of subsidies, experts say.

Volkswagen will pay up to $140 million in compensation to customers affected by its diesel emissions scandal.

International oil prices have jumped following an attack in Saudi Arabia.

The Senate has voted to establish a federal anti-corruption body.

A Canberra developer will pay a fine of $180,000 after a schoolboy broke his neck on a worksite.

Proponents have released plans for Australia’s only methanol plant, to be built in Darwin Harbour.

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) and TransGrid have opened consultation on plans for the interconnector between Victoria and New South Wales (NSW).

The WA Government has released a new greenhouse gas emissions policy for projects assessed by the EPA.

NAB is facing a potential $74 million lawsuit over the collapse of a construction firm.

New approvals mean Australia’s Renewable Energy Target will be met in 2020.

Proponents are plugging a big pumped hydro project at Kidston in north Queensland.

Papua New Guinea has given Australia’s Oil Search approval to proceed with a $20 billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project.

The Energy Minister says Australia’s renewable target will not be raised.

As an emerging scandal engulfs NSW Labor, calls are beginning for a federal corruption court.

Federal Water Minister David Littleproud has slammed state governments for not building dams.

A Melbourne security company and its director have been fined $116,250 for abusing staff.

WorkCover Queensland has engaged major universities for research on support for workers diagnosed with silicosis.

The federal government has missed a deadline for new biosecurity protections.

New Hope has sacked 150 New Acland coal mine workers after a bizarre standoff with the Queensland Government.

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