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South Australia's union movement has called for more funding for safety inspectors to cut the number of workplace injuries.SA Unions also want the state government to bring forward new industrial manslaughter legislation and push ahead with a review of SafeWork SA, the safety regulator.
Former NRL star Brett Finch has pleaded guilty to sharing child sexual abuse material.The 40-year-old appeared in Sydney's Downing Centre Local Court on Tuesday, when he entered the plea to one charge of using a carriage service to transmit, publish or promote abusive material.
A TikTok trend has been slammed for its scaring young children. Here's why experts are horrified by the videos.
When comparing the trolley etiquette of Aldi and Woolworths customers, one detail makes all the difference.
Critics of the Gelorup corridor project in Western Australia have called the possum's treatment brutal. Find out more
ShutterstockThe NSW government’s industrial dispute with rail unions over the new intercity trains is tipped to add hundreds of millions of dollars to costs on Australia’s largest infrastructure project that has already blown out by billions. But even without overruns pushing the cost of the driverless-train project to more than A$55 billion, the economics of the “Sydney Metro” project are questionable – in particular the decision to cannibalise parts of the existing Sydney train network to crea
Her family feared the worst when she was last seen going on a date. Find out what happened.
A Woolies customer was appalled by the state of his delivery, but not everyone has been sympathetic. Find out why.
Rising energy costs are the latest problem for renters living in "brutal" conditions over winter, research shows.Researchers tracked temperature and humidity - key to mould growth - in more than 70 rental homes nationwide through June and July and found the homes were routinely below safe temperature levels.
Former prime minister Scott Morrison has defended the governor-general's role in assisting him to secretly appoint himself to five ministerial portfolios.Criticisms of Governor-General David Hurley are egregious, Mr Morrison said.
NSW ministers will be barred from taking public sector jobs related to their portfolios for 18 months after leaving office, as part of a raft of changes to be implemented to restore confidence in government processes.Premier Dominic Perrottet announced the crackdown after getting an independent review into the recruitment of former deputy premier John Barilaro to a lucrative US trade envoy job.
If nuclear war broke out, Australia may be the best place to survive.Researchers have analysed the impact nuclear weapon detonation would have on global food supply, finding massive fires and soot in the atmosphere would lead to food shortages and famine.
The friends say they're lucky to be alive after the ordeal on a busy Queensland motorway. Find out what happened.
The 35-year-old's sister has revealed the mother's ongoing battle. Find out more.
Critically endangered smoky mice have been released into the NSW wild where they once thrived, in a bid to help the species' survival.Environment Minister James Griffin says 13 of the rare native mice have been released in a national park southwest of Sydney, marking a significant milestone in the recovery of the species from the brink of extinction.
It was immediately clear to a midwife that Annie O'Brien had more than gastro when the pregnant mum was rushed from one Melbourne hospital to another.The lawyer and mother-of-one had taken herself to Holmesglen Private Hospital's emergency department with severe gastro symptoms on August 14, 2017.
Coles has announced it will trial a major change to its fresh produce aisle. Find out how the initiative will affect you.
Explosions have rocked an ammunition depot and disrupted trains in Russian-annexed Crimea, the latest such incident in a region Moscow uses as a supply line for its war in Ukraine.Kyiv tauntingly hinted at involvement, which, if true, could show new capability to strike deeper into Russian territory, potentially changing the dynamic of the six-month conflict.
Paying teachers more as they progress up the ladder will keep them from walking away from what is now a lonely profession of freelancers, a NSW parliamentary inquiry has heard.An upper house committee is investigating how to combat the shrinking supply of school teachers, a problem felt across the country that has now drawn the federal government's focus.
Bingo Industries faces fines of $10 million or more after pleading guilty to criminal cartel offences where prices were allegedly fixed for demolition waste services in Sydney.The waste management firm has been accused in the Federal Court of fixing the prices of skip bins and waste processing services with two competitors Skips Bin Services and Aussie Skips Recycling in 2019.