Young female bosses risk being sexually harassed by their own workers, according to new research.
The NSW government has reported the average processing time for people with insurance claims for dust diseases has fallen from 136 to 66 days since it made changes to the scheme last year.
Anouk Sireude resigned from her job when she was 12 weeks pregnant because another company offered her an extra month of paid parental leave.
Caution urged at end of financial year as providers pull out all the stops to grab your money.
Benefits to injured motorists will be slashed under proposed changes to the NSW Green Slip scheme that lawyers warn are potentially harsher than controversial changes the state government made to the workers compensation scheme.
A powerful right wing union is being taken to the Federal Court after the workplace tribunal found it had massively rorted its membership numbers.
The country's biggest operators of landfills have pocketed almost $200 million from the Abbott-Turnbull government's Emissions Reduction Fund without having to prove the funds reduced their greenhouse gas production.
Turnbull, Shorten and Barnaby: whose voters live longest?
Sexual predators can move freely between youth organisations, inquiry told.
The chairman's defiantly partisan attack during an election campaign was exceptional, not the norm.
The federal election is just around the corner, but how will the major parties support teachers?
Deputy PM sidelines further moves after public backlash.
Tough times for Airservices Australia as hundreds of jobs are to go amid dwindling morale.
A lack of skilled economic analysts in the public service is hurting policy and leading to poor investments, ANU professor warns.
Claims processing must be in the hands of public servants who are not motivated by profit, medical billing services pioneer Margaret Faux has written in a passionate defence of Medicare.
The custom-built left hand guitar marks the humble beginnings of one of Australia's most iconic songs about war and the emotional scars it leaves on veterans.
Experts say that paediatric pain has long been underrecognized and undertreated, with serious long-term consequences.
Humans aren't the only creatures moving around on public transport. Bacteria are also riding the roads and rails. Which raises the question: what bacterial passenger did you pick up when you grabbed the handrail this morning?
Sydney University is no friend of the arts and set up its art school for failure as anger rages about the merger of its art school with the University of NSW.
Sydney may be left with just one tertiary art school, with the head of the National Art School conceding the institution may be forced into a merger with the University of NSW.
A former air force cadet has delivered a scathing assessment of the ADF to a royal commission.
''We went back to his house after one of the shoots and he brought us alcohol and there were other navy cadet instructors at his home at the time when the incident took place.''
More than one-third of elderly patients hospitalised at the end of their life received invasive and potentially harmful medical treatments.
Refugee and asylum seeker advocates will mark 100 days of protests by people in Nauru by blockading Wilson Security car parks in Sydney and Melbourne.
It was meant to streamline the education department's administration software but the Learning Management and Business Reform project has been dogged by technical faults and delays for years.
They joined cadets as teenagers hoping for adventure but a royal commission has heard how their lives were destroyed
Labor pledges war on waste and death to the efficiency dividend.
Sydney-based US Air Force personnel, Australian Border Force officials and Commonwealth-licensed customs brokers are suspected to have joined international crime syndicates involved in smuggling.
Man who exposed Tax Office's 'covert operations' living a Kafka-esque nightmare' says Senator.
A prominent member of Melbourne's Indian community said he knew of at least 40 Indians who had paid large cash sums to obtain fake skilled and student visas in an effort to get permanent residency.