Mining giants BHP and Vale have proposed a $38 billion settlement over the catastrophic failure of the Samarco tailings dam in 2015.

Engineers have developed a brick made from recycled materials that promises to reduce household energy costs.

Reports say the workplace watchdog has dropped 30 per cent of cases against the CFMEU.

Concern has been raised around a gas deal meant to secure the NT’s energy future.

The IEA wants to ensure global climate pledges are carried out.

The Resources Minister has excused herself from decision-making on the contentious Petroleum Export Permit 11 (PEP-11).

A planned train strike in Adelaide has been called off.

WA has urged the Commonwealth to apply its “use it or lose it” policy for energy companies holding undeveloped offshore gas field licences.

BHP's proposed a takeover of Anglo American has been knocked back.

A once leading figure in Australian regulation says a fancy slogan could hinder progress.

Woodside Energy has weathered shareholders’ rejection of its climate plan.

Reports reveal an environment of sexual harassment and discrimination within the ABF marine unit.

Queensland councils say property levy limits must be changed.

A Senate inquiry has heard concerns of “state-sponsored greenwashing”.

A new sustainability initiative imposes stricter standards for government contracting.

BHP has brought in Deloitte to help it address underpayment issues.

Experts urge Victoria to bolster roads, electricity networks, and buildings against escalating extreme weather events.

The Fair Work Ombudsman has been criticised for its handling of a CFMEU case.

SafeWork SA’s new campaign targets risks in noisy environments.

South32 has assessed cyclone damage at one of its remote mines.

Energy supplies could be holding back the next generation of artificial intelligence services.

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