The Australian Marine Conservation Society says dredging near the Great Barrier Reef should be banned altogether.

A Northern Territory gold mine is on its way back to operation, after shutting down over ten years ago.

The national maritime union and an associated labour hire firm have been ordered to pay a Perth couple more than $720,000.

Two crew members will be on the flight deck of any aircraft with 50 seats or more, following changes made by Australian regulators this week.

The Transport Workers' Union is fighting against the Federal Government’s moves to abandon the road safety watchdog.

The iron price has dropped again, and Andrew Forrest is having trouble finding friends to fix it.

The $60 million Wagga Wagga Freight Hub is on track to begin construction next year.

Australian researchers are taking a high-tech approach to safety lighting, with a new system that is well aware of its own faults.

Freedom of Information applications have been lodged in an effort to find out the details of a rumoured huge price increase at the Port of Melbourne.

Experts have embarked on a quest to build the next generation of robotic underwater mining systems.

The CFMEU wants to end the practice of stocking coal mines with a 100 per cent FIFO workforce.

An international report has found that many biofuel policies only work by depriving people of food.

Clean energy lobbies have written on behalf of the industry to the Federal Government, hoping to clear an impasse in renewable energy target (RET) talks.

The Northern Territory Government has put out new oil and gas exploration licences which cover large amounts of Aboriginal land.

The Federal Court has ordered EnergyAustralia to pay $1 million for breaching Australian Consumer Law in its telemarketing practices.

Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for global support on Beijing's ideas for a new development bank, and Australia may take him up.

The Reserve Bank has issued a warning to investors amid overinflated prices that continue to climb.

The CFMEU may have reversed its opposition to mandatory drug testing on construction sites, following an engaging meeting with Senator Jacqui Lambie.

The South Australian Local Government sector continues to lobby for significant changes to the State's planning system, changes it has wanted for years.

A Federal Parliamentary committee has slammed the Federal Government's Asset Recycling program.

Labor’s NSW leader Luke Foley has pledged to reverse his own party’s policy, to protect water supplies and agriculture.

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