Practically all the big names in Australian construction are hedging bids for the $1.6 billion re-development of the Port of Melbourne.

One of the country’s strongest Union proponents has left the political arena.

One of New South Wales’ major gas drilling companies has decided to halt further exploration, in favour of drilling 18 wells in a State Forest.

The Government is seeking a tender for a new air traffic management platform in Australia.

Nominations are on for an award to recognise ecologically sustainable practices in the building and design industries.

The next minerals boom could come from outer space, with collaboration between two companies bringing asteroid mining closer.

The key construction industry body, Master Builders of Australia, have welcomed the removal of Julia Gillard and reintroduction of Kevin Rudd from the Prime Ministerial seat, but say that whoever holds the top job has a lot to answer for from the building industry.

New legislation has redefined the ‘worker’ in Australian law, after a decision which could impact future worker's compensation claims.

Pertinent information could help drivers stay safe at work, with advice for avoiding tyre fires.

The Chairman of the Australian Trucking Association has urged the new Prime Minister to revisit investigations into the carbon tax’s impact on the price of diesel for freight.

Floating LNG facilities could be the key to Australia’s energy employment future, says one major industry player.

Amendments to the Fair Work Act and Migration Act have passed Parliament and will now come into place.

Western Australia has placed its domestic energy policy ahead of industry information, with the State’s Premier meeting top energy executives at a forum over the weekend.

A Brazilian mining giant has announced it will sell a Queensland coal mine, following asset write-downs.

A top resource analyst says Xstrata should offload its stalled Queensland works, meanwhile politicians say they should get back to digging.

Australia’s new Prime Minister Kevin Rudd may be keeping his enemies close, retaining Gary Gray as Resource Minister despite Mr Gray criticising his courage and strength.

The Queensland Government is seeking to amplify its transport industry, with the release of its new Moving Freight strategy paper.

A major mining company is making it easier for workers to fly-in and fly-out from operations in WA.

Broadband access and ICT implementation could help Australian farmers tackle a future full of hungry people, according to a new report.

Despite global protests with millions turning out, Western Australian farmers have bought record amounts of genetically-modified canola from breeder-under-fire Monsanto.

Western Australia’s Regional Development Minister Brendon Grylls believes the cost of Tony Abbot’s proposed ‘food bowl’ plan will run into the billions.

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