The Federal Government has revised its Fair and Lawful Building Sites Code, which could be the key to withholding infrastructure money from the new Victorian Government.

The World Health Organisation’s latest figures show more than 16,000 people have been infected with the Ebola virus in West Africa, and almost 7000 have died.

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has revived one of the most contentious topics in the Australian political debate – nuclear power.

Experts say whooping cough rates are increasing in very young children, causing concern that current vaccine protection may be wearing off.

Experts say Australia needs to make a concerted effort to stop intentional self harm among children.

ACT public servants say they do not want to make a deal that puts their safety at risk, but do want progress on talks preventing them from receiving back-pay.

The consumer watchdog is taking the CFMEU to court over claims the union engaged in boycott conduct directed at concrete company Boral.

The Supreme Court could be close to ruling on Australia’s biggest ever food safety payout.

Computer security experts have uncovered one of the most malicious pieces of software they have seen, and it could be a secret surveillance program for world governments.

Australia's Foreign Minister has read out a statement criticising nations that block entry for travellers from Ebola-affected countries, like Australia.

A new report details some of the mind-boggling conditions inside a nuclear reactor during a meltdown.

A dangerous safety breach has seen more than 40 electricians stop work at a Sydney construction site.

A recent research project may have taught some participants about the dangers of internet complacency, and showed the level of ignorance about easy security measures.

Go Home On Time Day was on this week - a day for awareness about the risks of working too hard.

WorkCover NSW has decided which agents will provide claims and policies for new compensation payouts.

The WA Department of Mines and Petroleum has put out a series of videos to help mine workers recognise workplace hazards.

ACT Work Safety has announced the winners of its Healthier Work Day photo competition.

More than 36 million people are bound by slavery worldwide, a new report says, forced to live and work around the whims of their owners.

The maximum fine that building firm Grocon can receive for a wall collapse that killed three people has been called “a slap on the wrist”.

WorkSafe Western Australia says cyclone season is coming, and businesses should be prepared to bear the brunt.

Training is underway for Australian medical professionals who may have to fight an Ebola outbreak.

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