The NSW Government's solar battery program is put at risk by a lack of training in the industry, reports say.

The ACTU says the Coalition’s union crackdown could breach international conventions.

State and federal ministers are working on nationally consistent building standards.

Thousands of NSW health workers will strike next month, demanding better security after a spike in violent attacks.

The Queensland Government is appointing more inspectors in response to recent mine-related tragedies.

Victorian taxpayers will pay for rectification works on buildings with dangerous combustible cladding.

New Australian guidelines have been issued for the diagnosis and management of work-related mental health conditions.

At least two workers have been exposed to asbestos at a power station in the Latrobe Valley.

The TGA has proposed banning certain high-grade textured breast implants.

Australian has a hit a record level of immunisation among children.

Blacktown Council will test new pesticides after workers went on strike over Roundup.

Violence against council workers is escalating in Victoria, prompting a call for new laws.

A ballot on a proposed nuclear storage facility on the Eyre Peninsula will go ahead after Federal Court intervention.

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is responding to concerns about the safety culture at Regional Express Airlines (Rex).

Crisis talks have been called after the death of a worker in a Queensland coal mine.

The Morrison government has launched a review of workplace laws.

A new study says Australia should consider nuclear reactors as a realistic option to confront its deepening energy crisis.

Authorities have proposed a groundwater ban in part of Adelaide because of contamination from uranium and degreasing chemicals.

A patient bringing a loaded gun into the Royal Adelaide Hospital (RAH) is the latest in what one union says is an escalating rate of violence.

The Morrison government has introduced a bill to make deregistering unions and disqualifying officials easier.

More than 500 Sydney council workers have walked off the job over concerns about the weed killer Roundup.

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