The Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption will begin its investigation of the activities of the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) today.

One New South Wales school is taking new steps to stem rising violence; posting police inside its gates.

Staff at Canberra's Parliament House are preparing to walk off the job while the extraordinarily slow Federal public sector wage negotiations continue.

New funding is available for operators of domestic commercial vessels to prepare to meet new safety requirements at sea.

The crew of a Rio Tinto-chartered ship has caught the eye of the International Transport Federation (ITF), following reports it has underplayed its crew and left them in poor conditions.

New safety and environmental regulations for the petroleum and geothermal industries in Western Australia come into effect this month.

A new report has investigated the health and safety concerns of Australian educators.

Mental health experts are working on new risk assessments which they say could help reduce suicide.

The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union says workers at the Pinjarra refinery near Perth are being subjected to bullying and a dictatorial style of management.

A Melbourne pharmacist and a leading doctor have called for serious conversation about legalising and regulating currently illicit narcotics.

The Philippines has confirmed its second case of the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus, which is popping up on a small scale throughout the region.

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