Gina Rinehart’s proposed 30-million-tonne Alpha coal mine is storming ahead after clearing its latest legal hurdle.

The National Broadband Network is giving up on plans to use Optus cables to deliver high-speed broadband.

Over 23,000 legal claims seeking a total $79 billion in damages have been lodged against BHP Billiton and Vale's Samarco joint venture.

The world’s largest radio telescope has been fired up.

Failed resources company Linc Energy has paid the Queensland Government $3.6 million for rehabilitation efforts.

Australian experts have stopped light – trapping photons to lure the future of quantum computing.

Energy reformers say the regulator has missed a great opportunity ...

Many voices are calling for owners of the Hazelwood Power Station give a clear timeline for its future.

Local bidders have made an unsolicited offer for a 99-year lease on Ausgrid.

New technology could soon see simple, portable vaccine factories for areas in need.

German researchers have developed a way of using ultrasound to move solid objects without physically touching them.

Sunshine Coast will soon feature a high-tech, automated, underground waste collection system.

The Federal Government may change its foreign investment guidelines to appease angry investors.

A leaked letter suggests Western Australia would be hit hard by plans to scale-down the Perth Freight Link.

Quantum encryption technology is leaving the lab faster than the speed of light.

Russian authorities have arrested a robot at a political rally in Moscow.

Research says an oil spill from a proposed BP project could smash South Australian tourism and aquaculture.

South Australian authorities are interested in a giant underground facility being dug in Finland.

New research suggests Australia could phase out coal production without taking a massive economic hit.

A scientific review and moratorium on hydraulic fracturing begins in the NT today.

Engineers are working on technology that could turn a t-shirt into a power plant.

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