Tragic incidents have prompted Fortescue Metal Group to increase its safety measures.

Australian entrepreneur Dick Smith says safety restrictions are crippling regional air travel.

Aviation Australia has announced it will help run the University of Southern Queensland’s (USQ) new management degree for aircraft maintenance engineers.

Linfox is not waiting for mandatory anti-rollover regulations, saying it will install electronic stability control (ESC) on a number of trucks.

Rio Tinto says robots are the future for productive mining, but the CFMEU says it won’t let human workers be replaced.

The Construction, Forestry, Energy and Mining Union says its members are risking death every day, and the ACT government is adding to the problem.

Illegal blockades at Melbourne construction sites have led to a $1.25 million fine for the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU).

An independent inquiry will look at concerns of a cancer cluster at Victoria’s Parliament House.

A state-wide action plan has been launched to stamp out alcohol and drug related violence in Queensland.

Cootes Transport has demonstrated that it can be a safe, valid and compliant trucking company - enough for it to be allowed to continue operating in New South Wales.

The United Firefighters Union has accused Victorian authorities of sending its members to battle the Morwell mine fire with inadequate protection from poisonous fumes, and against the warnings of its own expert.

Some New South Wales drivers will have breathalysers attached to their ignition systems in coming weeks, as the state rolls out its technological weapon in the fight for road safety.

The Fair Work Commission has made an important ruling on its new anti-bullying provisions, opening the door to allegations from years past.

The future of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is unclear once more, with a report into the agency set up to run it saying the scheme is woefully ill-prepared.

Officials have confirmed an Ebola outbreak in Guinea is responsible for the deaths of at least 59 people.

Authorities say three assaults in as many weeks show security is out of hand at the Bunbury Regional Hospital.

Toyota will pay an incredible $1.32 billion to settle a criminal investigation into deadly safety issues

Some New South Wales residents may continue using electric mobility scooters as a way around drink-driving laws.

Alan Joyce has again lashed out at the Australian union movement, claiming it has been spreading rampant lies to fight efforts for more foreign investment.

A new set of guidelines has been produced for the unique mental health challenges of mining employees and companies.

The Australian Trucking Association wants electronic stability control (ESC) technology on all dangerous goods transporters.

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