Singapore is backing big green hydrogen projects in Western Australia.

Woodside has withdrawn from Myanmar almost a year after the nation’s military coup.

Billionaire investor Jeremy Grantham has made another big prediction.

SA councils say an expensive new e-planning portal is not doing what it should.

New South Wales’s Richmond Valley Council has received the award for Best Tasting Tap Water in Australia.

Mining giant Fortescue Metals Group (FMG) is buying an engineering and battery company that it says will help it ditch diesel.

New research shows new investment in the resource sector is overwhelmingly focused on electrification minerals.

Australia’s AdBlue shortage appears to be ending.

A $10 billion Rio Tinto-linked project in Mongolia appears to be back on track.

A Victorian man’s “greed” has led to a fine for attempting to game the compensation system.

Travel disruptions over 5G infrastructure will have lasting flow-on effects, some officials claim.

The NSW Government has endorsed Whitehaven Coal's Narrabri mine extension, despite “significant” emissions.

The Federal Government has accepted a new blue carbon accounting model.

The Northern Territory has imposed new rules on building permits.

A world-first hydrogen tanker has arrived in Victoria.

The federal clean energy funder has committed to a new solar farm.

Nyrstar claims a $285-million upgrade to its Hobart zinc smelter will address safety and environmental concerns.

New decarbonisation tech can instantly convert CO2 to solid carbon.

The Attorney-General’s department has been questioned about the constitutionality of planned class action reform.

Rio Tinto says its iron division will bounce back from recent low output.

The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) says the future is electric.

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