Scientists and doctors have called on the NT Government to stop the development of new gas fields.

A Victorian concrete pumping contractor has been convicted and fined $500,000 after the death of a worker.

Oaky North miners will soon return to work after spending 230 days on the picket.

Australian engineers have come up with a smart window material that lets in more heat during the cold and blocks the sun’s rays on hot days.

Rio Tinto says it has committed around $2 billion to more than 1000 Australian business from a single project.

Adani has abandoned a financial deadline for the Carmichael mine.

A giant household solar manufacturer is setting up in Adelaide.

ABCC leaders received 14 per cent pay rises last year, while agency staff recevied just 1 per cent on average.

The local government lobby is concerned some councils are about to lose planning rights.

The Federal Court has rejected a native title group’s move to stop Adani Australia from registering an Indigenous land use agreement

The High Court of Australia says CFMEU officials can be ordered to pay penalties out of their own pocket.

Authorities in WA want feedback on a draft code of practice for fly-in fly-out (FIFO) mental health.

The federal environment department investigated into Adani’s failure to disclose links to a mining company convicted of causing serious environmental harm, but found it was not enough to sway the approval of the Carmichael mine.

Experts say drone delivery could help cut transport emissions.

South Australia's renewable technology fund has backed a plan for a hydrogen plant at Port Lincoln.

The Lock The Gate Alliance has apologised to Origin Energy and the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the NT for its “scandalous allegations”.

The asbestos-riddled old Morwell Power Station and briquette factory has been granted heritage listing.

Authorities have proposed allowing energy retailers to defer some of their emissions reductions under the NEG.

The Climate Council has released a report celebrating Australia’s “love affair” with renewable energy and battery storage.

WA’s longest-running coal industry pay dispute looks set to end this week.

WA’s Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal to stop development of a uranium project in the Northern Goldfields.

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