After seven years and $18 million, traditional owners say the old Rum Jungle uranium mine is still wreaking havoc on water resources.

Coal mining has “stuffed” a World Heritage-protected lake system south-west of Sydney, according to new research.

The ACT Government has released figures from the Mr Fluffy buyback public health and safety campaign.

Victoria’s Labor government has used a generous new deal to avoid strikes at key industrial sites.

Thousands of items from the closed Port Augusta power stations in South Australia will be auctioned off in coming weeks.

Adelaide is testing motion-sensing LED street lights that darken when no one is around.

The Greens are breaking into Nationals territory, finding friends among farmers who say they are being ignored.

Researchers say they have found ‘suggestive evidence’ for a link between air pollution and a heightened risk of stillbirth.

There are concerns this week that Tasmania’s Basslink power cable will not be fixed by its scheduled completion date.

Researchers say current models underestimate the effect of burning the world’s remaining fossil fuels.

Linc Energy will wind down its operations after creditors voted for liquidation this week.

Aboriginal elders are bringing their concerns about nuclear waste dump plans directly to the federal minister.

Australia’s largest suburban trial of home power storage has been launched in Adelaide.

Solar Impulse 2 - an experimental plane powered only by the Sun - has completed the latest leg of its trip around the world.

Peak bodies are calling on all political parties to commit to long-term infrastructure spending free from political folly.

BP's plan to search for oil in the Great Australian Bight has failed again, but it is unlikely to stop trying.

A new study suggests a coal spill on the Great Barrier Reef could bring grave consequences.

Australian engineers have set a new world record for sunlight-to-electricity conversion.

PPB Advisory - the administrators of the failed Linc Energy – says the company should be placed into liquidation.

An atmospheric monitoring station on the north-west tip of Tasmania has recorded carbon dioxide measurements above 400 parts per million for the first time.

WA’s Energy Minister says the state’s opposition wants to ruin the coal industry.

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