A parliamentary inquiry has condemned the traffic chaos caused by the $3.9 billion Rozelle interchange in NSW.

BHP, the world’s largest listed miner, has announced the suspension of its Western Australia nickel operations.

Bunnings is changing its packaging and storage for lead-containing products following concerns about exposure risks.

John Setka, the face the Construction, Forestry, Maritime and Energy Union (CFMEU), has resigned amid serious allegations of misconduct involving himself and the union.

The Federal Government has approved the development and operation of up to 151 new coal seam gas wells ...

Anglo American has retained the services of three major banks to assist in the sale of its steelmaking coal assets.

Concerns have emerged in the wake of a significant factory fire in Melbourne's west.

The CEO of the Anindiliyakwa Land Council has been referred to the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC).

The Senate has passed a new union demerger law that allows members of the CFMEU manufacturing division to ...

South Australia is enforcing new industrial manslaughter laws.

Boeing is reportedly planning to plead guilty to criminal fraud conspiracy charges over two fatal 737 MAX crashes ...

Researchers at Flinders University are developing ‘whiskers’ for robots.

The offshore workers' union wants an overhaul of WorkSafe WA after it declined to prosecute for a 2021 Santos platform incident.

NSW has declared the New England Renewable Energy Zone (REZ) transmission project as Critical State Significant Infrastructure (CSSI).

The Australian Energy Regulator (AER) has initiated legal proceedings against Origin Energy subsidiaries.

CEFC has entered a new partnership to offer discounted green loans to SMEs.

The ACCC has forecast longer-term gas supply issues.

From July 1, the manufacture, sale, and installation of engineered stone is banned in Australia.

High-tech factory workers of the future may depend on augmented reality to manage workflows and troubleshoot remotely.

Carborough Downs Coal Management has been fined $720,000 following the death of a worker and the injury of another at a central Queensland mine.

An underground coal mine in Queensland has been burning for several days.

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