An inquiry into issues at Queensland’s state DNA lab continues.

The world may have only six years left to limit global warming to 1.5°C.

The United Nations University is sounding alarm bells about six critical tipping points with potentially irreversible consequences.

Experts say coal plant closure hit workers hard.

Western Australia could look to revive its old shipping industry.

Researchers have come up with a new way to monitor nuclear weapons with radio waves.

Concern has been raised about the integrity of NSW inquiry into mining health impacts.

Major health journals have united to urge the WHO to declare a global health emergency.

Victoria has a plan to revive the State Electricity Commission.

The WA Government has decided against using pumped hydro as a replacement for the state's closing coal-fired power plants by 2030, citing feasibility issues.

Woodside Energy wants the offshore approval system reformed, saying the current system is putting a major project at risk.

CSIRO is helping to push the scientific world beyond the need for animal testing models.

Global authorities have issued a stark warning about fossil fuel demand.

The Department of Defence is seeking a data-as-a-service solution for industrial intelligence.

Experts say planned infrastructure spending has dropped by nearly $12 billion in real terms this year.

Mining giant BHP has sold its Blackwater and Daunia coal mines to Whitehaven Coal for over $6 billion.

Major construction companies are pushing back against new federal payment regulations.

A breakthrough biomaterial that mimics human tissue is being developed in Australia.

Mine rescue teams have tested their skills at the Victorian Mine Rescue Competition.

Microsoft will assist Australia in building a “cyber shield”.

New South Wales has become the first recipient of a loan from the Australian government's $20 billion Rewiring the Nation fund.

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