Unions say a scary precedent has been set by a FWC ruling involving Collie's Griffin Coal Mine workers.
South Australia might lose its title as the state with the most expensive electricity.
Governments have almost nothing to show from $200 billion worth of gas investment...
Former Labor MP Eddie Obeid will soon defend a new criminal case over ...
NSW Skills Minister John Barilaro has promised no TAFE campuses will be cut in an upcoming state government restructure.
Some of Australia’s top minds want the new Turnbull cabinet to maintain its focus.
The Prime Minister’s new cabinet is expected to produce a lot of new mines.
Air pollution from shipping emissions in East Asia alone leads to to tens of thousands of premature deaths a year.
WA’s Premier is inching away from power privatisation, but the Treasurer is not...
ABS stats show coal continues to supply around two-thirds of Australia's electricity generation.
The hopes of a rural NSW region have been pinned to...
A big boost to Adelaide Airport’s rooftop solar capacity is now online.
Asbestos is still being used in building products on Australian sites, and experts want a serious response.
Experts have claimed that Australian medical professionals need to be better trained to read X-rays.
Dutch engineers are testing technology that could clean the giant pool of garbage choking our ocean.
The WA Government has released its long-awaited plan for remote Aboriginal communities.
The citizens’ jury portion of South Australia’s nuclear waste dump plan has revealed some strong concerns.
Two WA Labor MPs have become the latest to call for a ban on hydraulic fracturing in the state.
The Northern Territory’s new fracking laws come into effect today.
The WA Government appears to be easing back on its push to privatise electricity, for fear of a scare campaign.
Australia’s biggest steel maker is suing the Australian Workers Union over an unauthorised walk-off.
‘Ninety-seven per cent of climate experts agree humans are causing global warming’ – a statement about agreement that not everyone agrees on.
We all have our parents’ lifestyles and emotions encoded in our cells - that is the wonder of epigenetics.
In the search for life on other planets, we can only look for things we know work on Earth.
Nobody doubts the importance of getting our education system right.
Vilified, demonised and implicated; the role of the dingo has often been as a target of fear and outrage - misplaced or not.
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