Experts say powerlines may be limiting the savings Australians can make from solar.

Chevron has kicked off the multi-billion-dollar sale of its one-sixth stake in Australia's largest producing oil and gas project, the North West Shelf.

The Reserve Bank says the scheduled rise in compulsory superannuation would be costly.

New research has found that the TAFE system supports $92.5 billion in annual economic benefits.

Reports say the NSW Government plans to raise the wall of Sydney's main reservoir by 3 metres more than it originally announced.

The Federal Government appears to be walking away from its Water for Fodder scheme.

Scientists say the Narrabri coal-seam gas project is too great a risk to water supplies.

Plans to expand Whitehaven Coal's Vickery mine in north-west NSW have been approved.

Details have emerged of Rio Tinto’s decision to destroy the ancient Juukan Gorge rock shelters.

New research shows having a child is significantly more expensive for women than men.

A remote WA town is pushing to build a multi-million-dollar processing plant that Malaysia wants banned.

Australian researchers have come up with a new road-making material made of old tyres and building rubble.

Millions of litres of beer that expired while the SA hospitality industry was shut down has been used to brew renewable energy.

Experts have found $40 million worth of heavy metals, including silver, in underwater sediment near the South Australian regional town of Port Pirie.

A project by Boeing and the CSIRO has found hydrogen can significantly reduce aviation emissions.

A prominent NSW irrigator has been acquitted of taking water from the Barwon-Darling system.

The Queensland Government is snubbing $195 million from the Commonwealth and says it will fund stage two of the Haughton pipeline itself.

Coal workers say COVID-19 is leaving them short on good masks, with a number of fakes turning up on worksites.

A major expansion of Australia's deepest gold mine is nearly complete.

A health expert has shed some light on the conditions that lead to COVID-19 hotspots in abattoirs.

The chief of NSW’s workers’ compensation scheme has resigned after being picked apart at an inquiry.

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