At a meeting of creditors, the administrators of the collapsed engineering firm outline hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of debts to investors, suppliers and subcontractors after the company went into administration last month.
For 120 years, it was a successful mining engineering business, riding the highs and lows. But an aggressive move into a new form of technology, the solar industry, burned RCR Tomlinson and left it in administration.
A Gold Coast aviation technology company believes the first commercial all-electric-powered plane could be just four years away.
China's ambitious engineering feat of linking Macau, Hong Kong and the mainland city of Zhuhai is about to become a reality. The crossing, built from 400,000 tonnes of steel, spans 55 kilometres across the Pearl River Delta with a 22.9-kilometre bridge over the sea (the world's sixth-longest) and a 6.7km tunnel.
The collapse of the Ponte Morandi in Genoa is fair warning that without proper structural health monitoring of ageing infrastructure we're likely to see such catastrophic failures more often, writes Colin Caprani.
Daniel Mabil has an engineering degree from the University of Adelaide but has struggled to find a relevant job in Australia until he was recruited via a pilot program with one of the country's biggest engineering contractors.
An historic Qantas plane, that popularised luxury international air travel, has been restored and put on display in Western Queensland.
A school holiday program aims to inspire a new generation of mining experts amid a skills shortage in the industry.
Queensland was once home to the world's first floating hotel, and over the past 30 years it's been on a wild ride, from Singapore to the Great Barrier Reef — and then to North Korea.
Australia's infrastructure plans, new space agency and defence projects could all be in jeopardy unless a severe shortage in the number of homegrown engineers is reversed, the industry peak body warns.