Rail workers want authorities to use “spit kits” to identify the saliva of unruly commuters.

BHP has been slammed for recommending the Fair Work Act be changed to limit the scope of strike action.

Major mining and technology companies will be called on to explain their tax arrangements, with the launch of a Senate inquiry into corporate tax avoidance this week.

A subsidiary of global giant Leighton Holdings has won a $799 million contract to build a “mega reservoir” in Qatar.

Certain industries could be made exempt from the Renewable Energy Target, but the change will not come quickly enough for the Opposition.

New plans have been submitted for a 500-person FIFO workers’ camp to service the Surat Basin gasfields.

The Port of Melbourne Corporation has released an Industry Information Paper as part of a review of published fees and charges for the Reference Tariff Schedule (RTS).

Dozens of assaults on public transport staff have prompted calls for better protection.

Sweeping reforms have been made to South Australia’s trucking regulations.

The Abbott Government has been strongly criticised for its refusal to fund public transport projects.

New rules mean immediate fines will be handed to Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) who breach national standards.

The disappearance of two prospectors in a remote part of Western Australia has prompted a call for more safety gear.

The Transport Workers' Union has maintained its demands for Australia’s road safety watchdog to stay in place.

The Commonwealth has expanded its sanctions against Russia, to display more displeasure at the European giant’s actions in Ukraine.

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