The WA Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) has been held up as an example for women in leadership roles.

A University of Sydney researcher has successfully tested a method for docking and refuelling drones in mid-air.

A Tasmanian Senate standing committee is reviewing a bill that gives landholders the right to refuse gas mining on their property.

Audi has produced a few litres of what they call the “fuel of the future”; a new brew for diesel consisting of water, carbon dioxide and 'green materials'.

Australian Trucking Association (ATA) CEO Chris Melham says progress must be made toward a national registration system for heavy vehicles.

The Tax Office is chasing BHP Billiton for more than $500 million in payments it avoided by shovelling profits overseas.

A report by the Commonwealth Ombudsman says the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) needs to be more publicly accountable.

Tuesday was World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day, an important event to remind businesses of their safety obligations, and to remember those killed at work.

The NSW Supreme Court has overturned a State Government decision, which banned Metgasco from drilling at its Bentley Project.

Graphite exploration firm Triton Minerals has announced a major deal that will see $255 million invested into its operations in Mozambique.

McAleese Limited has requested a voluntary suspension of its shares from the Australian Stock Exchange, as the collapse of its major client Atlas Iron rocks the transport provider.

New rules in Western Australia will hold all parties in the supply chain accountable for mass, dimension and load restraint breaches.

A street artist is taking an innovative approach to getting pot holes and dodgy roads fixed.

Swedish authorities are travelling across the world to learn from the new world leaders in performance based standards (PBS) – Australia.

The last model of Toyota cars to be built in Australia has begun its production run.

Construction company John Holland has been fined $110,000 over an injury to one of its workers.

The Hazelwood mine fire inquiry will be re-opened to investigate the chance that smoke from the blaze caused premature deaths.

Approval has been granted for a new uranium mine in WA.

Economic analysts have warned that the Northern Territory has too many eggs in one basket, and is quickly approaching a “construction cliff”.

The Queensland Government says it is working on a policy to boost the ethanol industry.

A new report says Australian workers’ wages and living standards are dropping.

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