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

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

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

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

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

Powercor, the electricity distribution giant, has pleaded guilty to 104 charges stemming from failures in vegetation management around power lines, which led to a dangerous bushfire.

The Albanese government has allocated $330 billion for defence spending over the next decade.

New South Wales has appointed judges for its revived industrial court.

Concerns have been raised about Australia’s time-based energy tariffs.

Queensland is taking new steps on its path to sustainable energy and climate management.

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

BHP is retaining its gas dependence to meet growing power demands.

Major investors are challenging Woodside Energy’s climate strategies ahead of the company’s AGM.

Mornington Peninsula Shire has proposed a mandatory development contribution scheme to address its social housing deficit.

Aviation firefighters are set to receive a significant pay increase and improved conditions in a bid to prevent potential strike action at airports.

Data on the use of cranes shows the growth of local tech services.

The CFMEU is looking to flood the Australian Labor Party to increase its political influence.

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has flagged higher standards after it upheld a dismissal for inappropriate touching.

New techniques promise energy-friendly ammonia production for fertilisers and alternative fuel.

Warren Mundine’s attempt to raise millions for a new mining company has failed.

Carborough Downs Mine Management has admitted its failures led to the death of a worker and the severe injury of another.

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