The public sector appears to support the latest push for a federal corruption court.

The Australia Institute has warned that the right to strike is “nearly extinct”.

The Australia Institute says declining wages could be linked to a large drop in private sector EBAs.

The ACTU says Fair Work’s intervention in the Sydney train strikes shows the right to strike is “nearly dead”.

The SA Government’s policy to fine hospitals that exceed waiting time target has been criticised by the state’s mental health watchdog.

WA’s mine safety department has released new stats.

A new study has found on-shift napping could have some health benefits.

Essential Energy says new technology will help keep pole inspectors safe, and save money.

Codeine is coming off the shelves this week.

Australian researchers have reflected on the first 18 months of a five-year study into the health effects of wind farms.

Two states have launched free vaccination programs in response to outbreaks on opposite sides of the country.

Firefighters say the Federal Government has neglected its responsibility for flammable cladding.

Fire authorities in New South Wales have released the results of a three-year study into fire alarms.

Researchers are helping underground mining vehicles navigate autonomously through tough conditions.

New stats show a rise in the annual number of on‐farm injury deaths in 2017.

A planned 24-hour rail strike will not go ahead, after the Fair Work Commission ...

The Australian Government has “serious shortcomings” in its human rights record, according to Human Rights Watch.

A former AEU official says bullying and harassment by the union have left him with severe mental injuries.

The NT Government is offering stressed school principals $600 to ease the strain.

WorkSafe Victoria says a rise in the number of fatalities at work in 2017 should prompt employers to focus more on safety.

Some Tasmanian public servants have been forced to rely on bottled water ....

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