The ACTU has accused Prime Minister Scott Morrison of refusing a wage hike.

John Holland has agreed to make $1.2 million worth of safety improvements after the death of a worker ...

Researchers have come up with a better way to remove mercury from the environment.

Big names in the Australian industrial sector are divided over a plan to allow people to raid their superannuation for house purchases.

The EU is imposing tougher cyber security rules for energy facilities and other key sectors.

A dormant NSW coal mine could soon restart operations.

A major industrial firm says tighter rules for polluters could stifle competition.

Australia might not have the defence shipbuilding skills to complete a local submarine build.

Several Tasmanian trade unions have broken with tradition and will back a candidate from a newly-founded political party over Labor in the Senate.

Experts have called for a more diverse set of responses to Australia's housing crisis.

WA’s latest budget brings new rebates and taxes for electric vehicles.

A local space firm has received millions in funding from the federal government.

A federal agency is helping manufacturing giant Manildra Group become less reliant on coal.

The Northern Territory government is ditching its premium solar panel tariff scheme.

A Virtual Power Plant (VPP) pilot project in WA has put together its first package of residentially-generated energy.

Some Australian miners are turning to AI to help them hunt down new riches.

Shareholder activists are protesting AGL’s proposed demerger in court.

Industry figures say Australia is not building renewable energy fast enough.

Port Pirie's lead smelter seems likely to have its licence renewed despite contamination around the site.

Some new doubt has emerged for plans to build a giant solar farm in the Northern Territory.

Reports say the company behind a controversial lead and zinc mine in the NT helped appoint its own independent regulator.

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