A partner in the Maules Creek coal mine has announced it will divest from thermal coal mines by 2024.

Concern has been raised about a $120,000 pay rise for the new CEO of embattled NSW insurer icare.

Researchers have used a microwave to turn coal into graphite.

Some WA iron ore exports will face new charges aimed at mitigating dust pollution problems.

BHP's environmental licences in the Pilbara town of Newman will be tested by the state government.

The rehab plan for an old NT uranium mine has been deemed “woefully inadequate”.

Planning has begun for a massive 500MW battery west of Sydney.

Unions and super funds say planned superannuation reforms could put Australia's economic recovery at risk.

Consultation is open on a new scheme designed to help licences apply across state lines.

An appeal in a South Australian asbestos case has been defeated.

Nyrstar’s Port Pirie smelter is cutting its lead emissions, but is still likely to breach limits set in its new licence.

Energy firm AGL has been issued a $1 million penalty for polluting a creek in NSW.

Trade Minister Simon Birmingham says Australia will seek restitution for China’s ban on Australian coal.

An audit has found NSW state insurer icare paid some operating costs with money meant for injured workers.

The Federal Government has knocked back a union attempt to get tough on underpayments.

Melbourne train drivers are leaving their union en masse over what they say are unsafe workplace conditions.

Victoria’s Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has reversed its approval for three toxic waste dumps.

An amazing new battery technology is being installed in regional SA.

The Federal Government says it will underwrite Alcoa's giant Victorian smelter to ensure stability during peak power-usage periods.

New research shows wind farms are lowering electricity prices but increasing price volatility in the national energy market.

SA Water says it is providing buoyancy to the state’s construction sector with a range of new projects.

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