The world’s biggest, heaviest gold coin, crafted by the Perth Mint, is now at the New York Stock Exchange.

The ACTU says the Coalition’s union crackdown could breach international conventions.

State and federal ministers are working on nationally consistent building standards.

Nationals leader Michael McCormack wants more dams and weirs in regional Australia.

The New South Wales Government may reclassify old growth forest to open it up to the timber industry.

The director of an embattled Victorian recycling company faces court this week.

Victorian taxpayers will pay for rectification works on buildings with dangerous combustible cladding.

The Queensland Government is appointing more inspectors in response to recent mine-related tragedies.

Internal emails show Adani demanded the names of all federal agency scientists reviewing its contentious groundwater plans.

A new Senate inquiry will look at the federal government's plans for Northern Australia.

New analysis has found migrants are not a threat to local jobs.

A ballot on a proposed nuclear storage facility on the Eyre Peninsula will go ahead after Federal Court intervention.

A First Nations-owned renewable energy project in north-east Victoria is moving ahead.

Australians could see a $270 a year cut to their electricity bills with a gas reservation policy, new analysis suggests.

Experts are working on a “digital twin” for the Fishermans Bend renewal project in Melbourne.

AGL is holding off on plans to mothball the gas-fired Torrens Island Power Station ahead of summer.

Experts want government funding to help make Australian cities healthier and more sustainable.

Industry-run water efficiency projects are being audited, the Government claims.

At least two workers have been exposed to asbestos at a power station in the Latrobe Valley.

Research has found significant sexism and discrimination within Australia's largest defence companies.

The Queensland Government has agreed to pay a $190 million settlement over unpaid wages.

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