A NSW Parliamentary inquiry will look at mining’s impact on health and the environment.

NSW’s Rail Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) has initiated legal action to terminate Qube's lockout of 200 workers.

A coroner is calling for a ban on vintage tractors after a man was crushed by the same vehicle that killed his father.

There has been very little progress on many vaccine mandate complaints in Victoria.

New laws could see the Federal Government forced to consider climate impacts on future generations when approving ...

HEPA filters can provide a breath of fresh air in bushfire season.

Minister for women, Katy Gallagher, says the government faces challenges in implementing the Jenkins report.

Senators have grilled Universities Australia (UA) over a $1.5 million anti-sexual violence campaign.

Researchers are investigating what drives suicidal thoughts in the Australian construction industry.

New statistics show a rise in work-related injuries among apprentices and trainees.

The CFMEU has been hit with a $60,000 fine for the use of its ‘No Ticket, No Start’ tactic.

Workers claim Victoria's Alfred Health is failing to meet legally-mandated nurse-to-patient ratios in its resuscitation and trauma bays.

The NSW cabinet has backed a substantial $15 million budget to implement anti-bullying and harassment reforms.

Calls are growing for the Federal Government to take action against sexual assault at universities.

Commissioner Georgeina Whelan has stood down amid claims of cultural issues at the ACT Emergency Services Agency (ESA).

A federal court has ruled against the government's plan to build a nuclear waste facility ...

Surface water pollution could potentially impact a staggering 5.5 billion people worldwide by the year 2100.

Reports have gained an inside look at the Australian Transport Safety Bureau’s investigation of an Antarctic ship fire.

A record $2.25 million fine has been imposed on a tree removal company following a fatality in NSW.

A rapid response has reportedly contained a fire that caused significant damage to the processing plant at Kalgoorlie's Super Pit gold mine.

A lift company has been fined over $200,000 for unjustly firing two union delegates who raised safety and entitlement concerns.

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