The ACCC has added more cars to its list of vehicles featuring potentially deadly airbags.

Fortescue is moving ahead on the $1.7 billion Eliwana iron ore mine and rail project in the Pilbara.

Australian physicists have helped draw up designs for a flux capacitor.

The WA Government has set up a taskforce to capture more of the lithium battery production process.

Adani is planning to pay local government workers assessing aspects of its coal mine plans.

BHP has reached an “in principle” agreement with Queensland over a $288 million coal royalty dispute.

Researchers are testing swallowable devices that can monitor gut health in real time.

The SA Government is keeping its predecessor’s dream alive, pushing ahead with a big battery plan.

The World Bank says global carbon markets are back from the brink of collapse.

Giant tunnelling machines have reached Perth’s new Airport Central Station.

The Liddell power station appears to be emitting nearly three times the recommended amount of toxic nitrogen oxide.

A taskforce has found as many as 12,000 Queensland buildings could contain flammable cladding.

AECOM says it is no longer working on the Adani project.

Politicians are arguing over the influence of Australia’s trade unions.

New research suggests the digital mining of virtual coins has a very tangible cost.

The Northern Territory has extended a moratorium on seabed mining.

Rio Tinto’s autonomous train network in the Pilbara has gained safety approval.

A Senate inquiry has dubbed climate change a “current and existential national security risk” to Australia.

Victoria has released new oil and gas reserves for exploration off the west coast.

A fish farm has become just the second project to be offered a NAIF loan.

Upgrades at CSIRO’s Parkes radio telescope will let astronomers ‘hear’ a wider range of objects in space.

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