The Queensland Health Minister says nobody should be alarmed at revelations of Legionella bacteria at nearly half the state’s hospitals.

Legal action has begun over health and water safety implications of an open-cut coal mine in New South Wales.

The first shipment has rolled out to sea from one company’s significantly expanded port, rail, and mine operations in Western Australia.

The National Heavy Vehicle Regulators committee has welcomed a representative from The South Australian Road Transport Association to a seat at its table.

An audit carried-out by Western Australia’s Working At Heights Association has revealed hundreds are in danger on sites across the state.

Work safety authorities in the Northern Territory have put out a timely warning with warm weather approaching fast – reminding all workers to be wary of electric shocks from excessive sweating while operating powered tools.

A pitch to claw back from a $54 million half-yearly loss may be paying-off for one Australian uranium miner.

A broad range of findings have been levelled against former New South Wales Resources Minister Ian Macdonald, accusing him of thwarting proper process to do favours for his friends in the mining industry.

One of the longest-running mines in the country has shut its doors over the weekend, forcing an uncertain future on hundreds of coal workers in Queensland.

The Broken Hill base of the Royal Flying Doctor Service will get a make-over and a reshuffle, with the Service approving plans to upgrade its facilities in rural New South Wales.

Adjustments to the way the Australian Energy Regulator sets it prices should spell the end of massive spikes.

Boat building has been an unexpected feature of the latest round of electoral campaign promises, with shipwrights set to benefit no matter where opinion lands.

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