ASC has launched the Sovereign Shipbuilding Talent Pool for shipbuilding workers impacted by the discontinuation of the Attack Class Submarine Program. Read more
Indigenous construction company Indigenous construction company Tiwi Partners has been contracted to deliver a $7 million explosive ordnance storage facility at RAAF Base Darwin.
A £110 million (A$208) contract has been awarded to Babcock International Group to deliver the new Defence Strategic Radio Service to critical military operations.
The Federal Government has committed to extending the life of all six Collins class submarines and to retain full cycle docking of the fleet at Osborne, South Australia.
Frazer-Nash Consultancy has appointed Senior Engineer Dr Simon Inverarity to the firm’s Canberra office.
Australia's decision to scrap the Attack class submarines was 'driven by strategic circumstances', according to Tony Dalton, Deputy Secretary National Naval Shipbuilding, as the fallout with France grows.
A significant capability milestone has been achieved for Air Force's P-8A Poseidon platform.
New research from Curtin University has found the Moon may have been subjected to much greater impacts from asteroids and other bodies than previously thought, building on our understanding of the Moon’s earliest geologic evolution.
EOS Defence Systems (EOS) continued its live fire testing this week, putting its T2000 turret through its paces at a private range in central NSW.
The US Department of Defense has certified Australian-made TNT to military specifications, paving the way for Australian TNT to be exported to the US.
On Thursday morning Australians woke to perhaps the most significant defence capability news in recent memory: the Royal Australian Navy will acquire nuclear powered submarines.
One of the announcements in yesterday's AUKUS agreement was confirmation that Australia is procuring Raytheon's Tomahawk cruise missiles for the Hobart class destroyers.
Space Machines Company has announced partnerships with Fleet Space Technologies, Adelaide's nanosatellite manufacturer, and Leaf Space, a global provider of ground segment as-a-service (GSaaS) solutions.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison this morning announced that Australia will acquire nuclear powered, but not nuclear armed, submarines to replace its existing Collins class diesel submarines.
HMAS Diamantina is currently stranded in Vanuatu following the detection of a recurring 'defect' in the main engine.
Boeing has signed an agreement with RMIT to merge its expertise in space product development with RMIT's advanced manufacturing research.