Australian researchers have invented a nano-thin superbug-slaying material.

The Department of Defence is facing legal action for alleged violations of federal workplace health and safety laws.

Unions want Labor's proposed minimum conditions for gig workers expanded to cover independent contractors operating offline.

A falling power tester has cost a lift company $240,000.

Experts say labour laws need updating now that remote work is here to stay.

WA’s Chevron liquefied natural gas (LNG) facilities still face imminent strikes ...

The bumpy ride continues for Qantas as strike action looms.

ACT police are being put through an attitudinal shift ahead of drug decriminalisation.

The list of businesses falling under the "National Significance" category has expanded ...

South Australia has seen an increase in ambulance ramping.

The Senate has issued a report from its inquiry into concussions and repeated head trauma in sports.

The NT Supreme Court has awarded almost $1 million in damages to former Don Dale inmates for tear gassing.

Unions are planning a significant escalation of industrial action at Chevron’s WA plants.

Researchers have exposed the true cost of serving the country.

The parents of a drill rig worker tragically killed in a remote Queensland mine have voiced their profound dismay at the findings of a coroner's inquiry.

Gold Fields Limited has issued a formal apology to employees who have endured bullying, sexual harassment, racism, and other forms of discrimination.

The Albanese Government has introduced its attempt to address issues that undermine pay and working conditions.

Researchers have discovered that many so-called ‘eco-friendly’ paper straws contain poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).

Hundreds of Australians are alleging in court that exposure to Roundup led to their diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

Shift work has been linked to cognitive impairment in middle-aged and older adults.

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