The Federal Government has revised its Fair and Lawful Building Sites Code, which could be the key to withholding infrastructure money from the new Victorian Government.

The ACT Government wants to remove the cap on donations to political parties, just weeks after dodgy developer donations were revealed.

A new rollout map for the latest version of the National Broadband Network (NBN) is on the way – the most recent chapter in a long-running quest to improve Australia’s internet.

A new report will help planners manage the impact of sea level rise, as local government pick up the slack of climate change inaction.

Gun-nuts and fisher-folk could see the New South Wales Government keep its electricity infrastructure under state-ownership.

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has revived one of the most contentious topics in the Australian political debate – nuclear power.

BHP Billiton is putting pressure on its suppliers to take cuts of up to 25 per cent so the major miner can save some money, and analysts say others will follow.

The House Economics Committee is calling for stronger enforcement of foreign property investment rules.

Queensland’s new Integrity Commissioner says in-house lobbyists should have to declare their contact with government ministers.

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There is very little support for the Queensland Government’s plan to deregulate water for mining companies.

The consumer watchdog is taking the CFMEU to court over claims the union engaged in boycott conduct directed at concrete company Boral.

A Russian spacecraft carrying Italy's first female astronaut has safely docked with the International Space Station.

The crew of a Victorian petrol ship is refusing to make a voyage they say will end with their sacking.

A new report on transport and logistics jobs has made a few big findings for the last few months.

A new device from Curtin University could drastically slash the cost of mineral exploration drilling.

The Government-funded NICTA (National ICT Australia) is working on a new mobile app to help consumers and small businesses frustrated by delivery and payment delays.

Geoscience Australia has been recognised for its incredible work to strengthen community disaster resilience through advanced mapping and warning projects.

Mum and dad investors have leapt onboard for the public float of Medibank Private, lining the Government up for a $5.7 billion sale.

A new report details some of the mind-boggling conditions inside a nuclear reactor during a meltdown.

Protesters have rallied against potential changes to Queensland planning laws that they believe would fill their neighbourhoods with high-rises.

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