Woodside Energy is concerned about new EPA rules in WA.

A review has found the ATO’s debt collection processes are not a “cash grab”.

CSIRO has launched a giant, purpose-built research facility for robotics and AI systems.

The Department of Home Affairs is investigating the $423 million contract awarded to the little-known Paladin Group.

The Federal Government has backed away from a banking royal commission's recommendation on mortgage commissions.

Thousands of students have walked out of classrooms today to demand action on climate change.

Scientists and ethicists from seven countries have called for a global moratorium on human genome editing.

Researchers are using Google Street View to track gentrification of cities.

The High Court has ruled on a native title case considered one of the biggest since Mabo.

New estimates say air pollution is responsible for up to 8.8 million extra deaths around the world each year.

The Reserve Bank says it will have to account for climate change when setting interest rates.

Experts are counting the cost of an oil spill from a bulk carrier run aground in the Solomon Islands.

A massive investor group has warned that the Federal Government’s emissions policy is unlikely to be much help.

Construction company John Holland and two contractors are facing federal work health and safety charges.

A new partnership has been formed to encourage more women to join the mining industry.

Rio Tinto has completed commissioning of the $2.6 billion Amrun mine.

Visa rules are being relaxed so farmers can more easily hire skilled workers.

There is serious disagreement in NSW over a proposed new coal mine.

AEMO and CSIRO say wind and solar are clearly the cheapest new forms of electricity generation.

There could soon be a vote on the federal government's proposed “big stick” energy laws.

Australia's anti-encryption laws are attracting international ridicule.

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