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India has vowed to be net zero by 2070 – two decades after the timeline set by global scientists. Prime Minister Narendra Modi defended the target at the COP26 climate talks. He said India has stuck to its climate...
BHP has opened a new nickel sulphate plant in Kwinana as the mining giant accelerates its move into the battery sector.
The Reserve Bank of Australia governor Philip Lowe is sticking to his long held view that the cash rate won’t be lifted before 2024.As widely anticipated by economists, the RBA left the official cash rate at a record low...
A new wave of tech innovation is flowing through South Australia’s universities into defence projects – including the country’s new nuclear submarines.Local companies are pledging to ramp up their research and development if the Commonwealth commits to using Australian...
Demand for Australian coal and gas will plunge within a decade if countries push for net zero emission goals, underscoring the risks to two of Australia’s biggest export earners amid a global push to boost climate change ambitions, the...
Westpac CEO Peter King says the bank has invested in a digital mortgage process which makes it possible to approve home loans much quicker. “For a simple mortgage you can get a yes unconditionally in two days – one...
Commonwealth Bank is making a foray into artificial intelligence by striking an alliance and buying a minority stake in Silicon Valley-based H2O.ai, which has seen its valuation increase fourfold in two years.
Loyalty to car insurance providers could be costing motorists hundreds of dollars a year as new research finds many are struggling to pay premiums.
Now that the renovations are complete former Carnival Corp boss Ann Sherry has listed her 10-bedroom estate, Annandale Abbey, in Sydney’s inner west with price expectations of about $15m. Adorned with gothic stonework, turrets and gargoyles, the Abbey will...
United States-based company LeoLabs, which tracks space junk and debris, is building radar stations in Western Australia, according to ANU cosmologist and astrophysicist Dr Brad Tucker.“Western Australia is a great place for what they’re trying to do in tracking...

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