Canberra is poised to pioneer the legal right to a healthy environment.

Experts say coal plant closure hit workers hard.

Just 20-25 minutes of daily physical activity can counteract the increased risk of death from prolonged sitting.

Western Australia could look to revive its old shipping industry.

Labour laws designed to protect full-time workers have led to increased hiring of casual staff and the adoption of machines in the workplace, according to research.

Employees at the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations (DEWR) have opted to strike.

Australia’s trade deal with the EU is off the table for now.

A review has found tough measures to claw back JobKeeper funds would have undermined the scheme.

The Tax Practitioners’ Board (TPB) has grappled with the challenge of identifying unregistered tax service providers.

The workplace relations department has admitted underpaying its staff.

The PwC spinoff working with the federal government will be closely monitored, insiders say.

The ASIC chairman says Australia is experiencing an auditor shortage because the work is unattractive and underpaid.

The Federal Government has launched a $3.5 million initiative targeting harmful social media influences on young men.

Iceland's women's strike has garnered massive support.

The Federal Government is trying to curtail the use of contractors.

South Australia Police will publish details of officer sanctions online.

Major construction companies are pushing back against new federal payment regulations.

BHP is facing calls to cut executive pay over a $445 million payroll error.

APS Commissioner Dr Gordon de Brouwer has candidly addressed the difficulties faced by both the Australian Public Service Commission (APSC) and the Australian Public Service (APS).

The City of Sydney's first-ever Aboriginal councillor, Yvonne Weldon, is pushing for a review of colonial statues in the city.

A bailout is being discussed as the RBA faces $43 billion in losses.

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