The competition watchdog has concluded its investigation into alleged dodgy deals between Toll Holdings and the Transport Workers Union.

Analysts at both ANZ and Goldman Sachs say the price of iron ore will drop by at least $US10 per tonne before the end of the year.

Australia researchers have discovered a way to extract uranium from brannerite, a mineral mining companies have long-viewed as a waste product.

Tasmanian businesses have been invited to share their views about the Tasmanian Freight Equalisation Scheme (TFES) as part of the Federal Government’s plans to expand the scheme.

The Curragh coal mine has cut around 70 contractors in the name of sustainability.

A network of electrical charging stations across Western Australia's South-West mark Australia’s first electric highway.

The chair and two directors of Energy Resources of Australia (ERA) have stepped down in the wake of the decision to bail on the Ranger 3 Deeps project.

The mysteries onboard the coal carrier Sage Sagittarius are getting deeper, with reports that a key audio recorder has gone missing.

The Queensland Resources Council says the state government should embark on some “visionary” investment, and build more rail.

Rio Tinto’s iron ore boss Andrew Harding says the commodity will stay strong, but high-cost producers will not last long in the current market.

Australia’s Worley Parsons could be lining up to buy a Canadian engineering giant, despite it facing legal action over alleged bribery and corruption.

Chinese firm Zijin Mining Group has moved to take a bigger slice of Australia’s Phoenix Gold.

The ACT Government says stage one of Canberra's light rail network will be powered by 100 per cent renewable energy.

A report from the authorities at Engineers Australia says “the building system in New South Wales has broken down”.

A new report says technology will make 5 million Australians redundant in the next 15 years.

Labor leader Bill Shorten wants to fast-track giving evidence on his action at the Australian Workers Union (AWU), while Prime Minister Tony Abbott seizes the chance to criticise.

Construction is underway on Australia's biggest glasshouse, which is solar-powered and set to provide employment for new migrants and refugees.

The Federal Government is celebrating its newly-sealed China-Australia Free Trade Agreement (FTA), but unions and industry groups fear the deal will put jobs at risk.

Safety authorities will be watching Hunter Valley coal mines closely, after a spike in cases of dump trucks coming into contact with overhead powerlines.

The inquiry into conditions at Victoria’s Fiskville Country Fire Authority (CFA) training base has heard that water was deliberately contaminated as part of a biological experiment.

Safe Work Australia statistics show 67 Australians have been killed at work this year.

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