The Black Lung Victims Group have called for a 10 cent a tonne industry funded compensation levy. The group, which..
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A Hail Creek coal miner has been awarded more than $1.2m in compensation in Federal Court after being stood down..
A Federal Court judge has handed down a $50,000 penalty against Rio Tinto for victimising and illegally standing down a..
The latest data released by New South Wales’ workers compensation authority shows a significant fall in death and injury rates..
WorkCover Queensland’s Matthew Cross explores some important factors in the return to work process and the role communication and the..
Australians will be leaving their shoes out to mark International Workers’ Memorial Day and remember those who never came home from work. The..
Two hundred coal miners will be protesting in Brisbane tomorrow to call on the government to do more to support..
Senior lawyer Melissa Demarco and Partner Shae McCartney discuss reasonable management action versus bullying under the Fair Work Act, and..
A man who was beaten in his sleep at a Moranbah mining camp has been given the go-ahead to apply for..
A Queensland FIFO worker has lost an appeal for workers compensation for psychological injury after witnessing his co-workers dead body..