Australian manufacturing must innovate or be swallowed up in just a few short years, according to one expert.

Researchers are working on ‘smart’ machine components that alert users when they are damaged or worn.

BHP has turned the first sod at its South Flank Pilbara iron project.

Alinta Energy has called for expressions of interest for over 50 MW worth of renewable projects.

BHP is moving to sell its onshore US oil and gas assets for a total of $14.2 billion.

Huawei says China will be involved in Australia’s 5G network regardless of potential government bans.

A Senate inquiry has heard Australian drivers could pay the price for inaction on electric vehicles.

Thousands of Australians turn up to work high on ice each day, a new report says.

A two-stage process might be used to get the national energy guarantee (NEG) happening.

Santos has been accused of missing big points in a scientific review of its proposed 850-well Narrabri coal seam gas project.

New modelling has found Australian households would save about $150 every year on their power bills under the NEG.

A $50 billion super fund is being sued for failing to provide details on how it deals with climate change.

Victoria has pledged to fund the long-awaited Melbourne airport rail link.

A Senate inquiry is looking at the legal response to industrial deaths in Australia.

Australian steel giant Bluescope is looking to cut its power bills by investing in a solar farm.

Experts say coal development in the Galilee Basin would displace production in other coal regions, leading to thousands of job losses.

More job losses are expected in the NSW coal industry, with 100 positions at a major Hunter Valley coal mine on the chopping block.

Modelling suggests the National Energy Guarantee will raise electricity prices, cripple renewables and do nothing for climate change.

The NSW Government has partly renewed the coal exploration licence for the controversial Shenhua Watermark project.

Changes could be on the way for the fund designed to turn northern Australia into an economic powerhouse.

Reports say there are about 15,000 people living in some form of slavery in Australia.

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