Around 170 people have been sacked from the New Acland coal mine.

Australia is set to sign up to new agreements that will require it to integrate climate and pricing risks in its investments.

Lawyers are preparing a massive class action against two of Queensland's largest electricity generators.

The SA Government says it will send a locally manufactured satellite into orbit.

The humble lobster may hold the key to making concrete stronger.

Defence is reportedly considering scrapping its $80 billion contract with French submarine builder Naval Group.

A Chinese bidder has bailed on plans to buy Australian builder Probuild.

Concern has been raised about the use of slave labour in producing PPE.

At least 12 miners are trapped hundreds of metres underground in a Chinese gold mine.

Millions are being poured into the Victorian recycling sector.

Media investigations reveal a curious timeline for the approval of a new uranium mine.

Government money will be used to investigate using an underground coal mine for pumped hydro storage.

Energy firm Origin is seeking petroleum leases across 225,000 hectares of one of the world’s biggest free-flowing river systems.

A partner in the Maules Creek coal mine has announced it will divest from thermal coal mines by 2024.

Concern has been raised about a $120,000 pay rise for the new CEO of embattled NSW insurer icare.

Researchers have used a microwave to turn coal into graphite.

Some WA iron ore exports will face new charges aimed at mitigating dust pollution problems.

BHP's environmental licences in the Pilbara town of Newman will be tested by the state government.

The rehab plan for an old NT uranium mine has been deemed “woefully inadequate”.

Planning has begun for a massive 500MW battery west of Sydney.

Unions and super funds say planned superannuation reforms could put Australia's economic recovery at risk.

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