Thousands of Brisbane 2011 flood victims have secured partial settlement in a class action.

Researchers have surveyed the drinking habits of various professions, and found builders are among the biggest boozers.

Unions and small businesses want part-time employees to work extra shifts without penalty rates.

Cultivated bacteria are being used to clean sewage at a wastewater plant in Brisbane.

A flood of renewable energy could render five of Australia’s coal plants unviable in just a few years.

A Liberal anti-coal policy is adding a new dimension to WA’s upcoming election.

A major Australian coal producer has made some optimistic claims about the rock’s future.

The Federal Government is looking at ways to dump its $90 billion submarine contract.

Research engineers say disposable face masks could be recycled to make roads.

Experts have criticised big pay rises in the wake of the blasting of Juukan Gorge.

SafeWork NSW is running a safety sweep of North Coast construction businesses.

Queensland authorities are tightening the rules around a specific kind of asbestos product.

Woodside has been criticised for its response to a military coup in Myanmar.

The United States has officially re-joined the Paris Climate Agreement.

A tiny, blind, carnivorous shrimp could hold up work in the Northern Territory's Beetaloo Basin.

New legislation could see funding for regional communities to develop their own renewable energy projects.

The ACCC says gas prices have improved for customers, but may not last.

One mining company is making a serious attempt to reduce its use of natural water supplies.

Barnaby Joyce wants the Clean Energy Finance Corporation to invest in coal power.

Beach Energy says it has discovered much more gas than expected in a new field off the Victorian coast.

New research suggests the stock market is helping hold mining companies to account for human rights violations.

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Even though many of us have been forced indoors, the COVID-19 crisis is eroding our privacy.

I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

This week marked an astounding leap forward, scientifically speaking - taking a picture of something that cannot be seen.

Chiropractic is a surprisingly popular form of alternative medicine - so mainstream that it’s hardly ‘alternative’ and so non-scientific that it’s barely ‘medicine’.

Our cars are being programmed to kill us.

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