States are outraged after the Commonwealth cut 50 infrastructure projects.

Authorities admit some failures in a giant military spend.

The Northern Territory has unveiled one of its largest water allocation plans ever.

Analysts say Australia's power system faces heightened exposure to climate change.

The Senate has passed contentious sea dumping legislation.

The ACT Government says it will ban engineered stone if the federal government fails to act.

A significant spike in concrete prices is hitting commercial builders.

The wharfies union will still strike at DP World docks this week, despite a major cyberattack.

Labor has blocked a move by the Coalition to fast-track votes on critical aspects of its industrial relations overhaul.

The Albanese government plans to compel states to fund at least 50 per cent of new road and rail projects.

International energy firm BlueFloat has withdrawn its submission for a wind farm off the NSW South Coast.

Governments worldwide are on track to produce 110 per cent more fossil fuels by 2030 than is consistent with limiting global warming to 1.5°C.

Australian aerospace startup AMSL Aero is set to elevate hydrogen-powered flight with a $5.43 million ARENA grant.

A Sydney mayor has been suspended following an ICAC investigation.

South Australia and the federal government have reached a land-swap deal to facilitate the construction of AUKUS nuclear submarines.

Woodside Energy CEO Meg O’Neill says demand for oil and gas will stay high.

As mining grows in remote WA, experts are working to ensure there is enough water.

In a bid to promote electric vehicle (EV) adoption, the NSW Government plans to install 1,500 charging plugs in regional tourism areas.

Equatorial Launch Australia (ELA) wants to expand the NT’s Arnhem Space Centre.

BHP, the world's largest mining company, is seeking a settlement regarding a Brazilian dam disaster.

Legal experts have questioned a federal government proposal to put a three-year pause on litigation for deceptive claims.

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