The new Australian National Financial Literacy Strategy has been released, aimed at boosting the monetary understanding of everyday citizens.

Just days after the Federal Government’s approval of a massive new coal mine, it looks like rough times ahead for the classic source of fuel.

A marketing company has threatened to sue the National Heavy Vehicle Regulator (NHVR), after the government body issued warnings about it.

Aurizon has pledged to double its female staff numbers within five years.

Poor risk management has been blamed for an accident that left a 26-year old drill rig operator in a wheelchair.

Residents have kept up pressure for the ACT Government to enhance its response to the deadly legacy of loose-fill asbestos insulation.

Queensland laws have prompted the developed of a brand new vehicle fire-suppression system.

An office worker has been jailed for stealing $4.5 million from a major transport firm.

Government reports have considered what will be done with the massive port and rail networks built for resource projects, when the mining industry fades.

An independent audit of Tasmanian mine safety says inspectors are over-worked and under-payed, among other issues.

The International Seabed Authority (ISA) is helping industrial teeth sink into nearby sea-floors, issuing seven new underwater mining licences.

Statistics show the message about quad-bike safety may be getting through to farmers, with a hint that the rate of deaths is dropping.

Cane growers say their safety systems need to step into the digital age; a warning that may be underscored as the cane harvest gets underway.

The Transport Workers Union may have been caught in a power-grabbing rort, after it was revealed that the union had bodged its numbers to get more sway in the Labor Party.

The federal government’s approval for the biggest coal mine in Australian history has many up in arms, but ministers say it should be worth it.

More than 1000 workers will go back to work after strike action at Sydney’s Barangaroo construction site, but it is unclear whether it will be on their terms or by court order.

Telstra is planning to cut more than 650 jobs in Australia, the latest in thousands of job losses from the local telecom in the last two years.

A leading energy economist says Australian electricity is changing, and the stranglehold that traditional power companies have enjoyed is beginning to weaken.

Experts in New South Wales are looking to turn one lucky Australian town into a power station.

A new report says it will take more than financial inducement to get many professionals to ply their trade in rural areas.

The Tax Office has walloped the Obeid family with a $9 million bill after audits of tax affairs and family trusts.

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