The Queensland Government has approved what will be the state's third-largest coal mine.

The NSW planning commission has approved the $3.6 billion Narrabri gas project.

Some of Australia’s top economists have backed boosts to JobSeeker and social housing over tax cuts.

WA’s resources sector has achieved record increases in sales and job listings amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Queensland researchers have found evidence of a patchwork of salty lakes below the surface of Mars.

Chinese engineers have come up with a device that can gather energy from the breeze made by a person walking.

Engineers are working on the first fully-recyclable wind turbine blades.

CSIRO has achieved a world first – mapping the potential for natural forest regrowth to capture carbon.

Paradox-free time travel is theoretically possible, according to the mathematical modelling of a prodigious student.

An audit has found Services Australia’s ICT overhaul is seriously lagging.

The Queensland Government has named the firms set to explore more than 3,000km2 of new gas acreage.

The world's largest polluter has committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2060.

The Federal Government has laid out its plan for reducing carbon emissions, funnelling investment to ...

The NSW government has been ordered to revisit world heritage assessments for the Warragamba Dam expansion.

The winning bidder has been announced for the $2.14 billion privatisation of Adelaide's passenger train network.

Australia's first commercial, space-capable rocket has been launched.

Dozens of experts have signed an open letter to the PM, saying Snowy 2.0 is turning into a “$10 billion white elephant”.

Australian engineers have invented a glove that simulates the sense of touch.

Experts say the future of aged care must be built on better housing design.

New mineral-recovery techniques could make some low-grade mines more viable.

Researchers have produced hydrogen from wastewater.

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