The Australia Institute says Norway stands to gain the most from Bight oil.

A majority of residents in the SA town of Kimba have voted in favour of a nuclear waste dump.

Taxpayers face a big bill if a buyer cannot be found for a rust-riddled oil platform.

The Victorian Government has announced a multi-million-dollar plan to end native logging.

Australia has met half of its net electricity demand with renewables for the first time.

The Federal Government is unveiling a reformed $500 million drought stimulus package.

Whitehaven Coal Maules Creek mine is being investigated over its groundwater use.

Over 11,000 scientists from more than 150 countries have endorsed the declaration of a climate emergency.

Leaders of 15 Asia-Pacific nations have agreed to terms on the world's largest trade deal.

The Queensland Government has allowed the harvesting of a native forest to continue, claiming it will save up to 500 jobs.

A list of 444 NSW buildings potentially clad in flammable material will not be made public.

Experts say companies that fight hard to avoid tax should not be granted government contracts.

The Federal Government has been praised for “mimicking” its opposition’s energy plan.

Reports say job applicants are being forced to give blood tests and waive privacy rights to work on Shell's QGC project.

The electricians' union says it will not relent in its attacks on crossbench senators over anti-union laws.

Queensland farmers in the grip of drought have lost a legal fight against a coal project.

CSIRO engineers have developed a new scanning device that can give a full panoramic view of an underground coal mine.

The Federal Court has decided to overturn the controversial backpacker tax.

Details have been revealed about two chemical leaks from metals processor Nyrstar into Port Pirie's groundwater.

Queensland’s Cubbie Station has opened its gates in an attempt to improve its damaged reputation.

The chairman of Alinta Energy says big lobbies are undermining climate change policy.

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