Archived News for Industry Professionals - December, 2015
It can take young people up to a decade to secure a stable and meaningful job after leaving secondary school, according to Australia’s most comprehensive youth trends study, the Life Patterns project.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) acted unlawfully when by raiding the Canberra headquarters of the Construction, Mining, Forestry, and Energy Union (CFMEU), the ACT Supreme Court has found.
Troubling reports are emerging that refugees and local workers on Nauru are being forced to remove asbestos without proper protection from the potentially deadly material.
Reports this week suggest the Queensland Government has been planning to strip native title off traditional landowners to make way for the Carmichael coal mine.
The Australian Logistics Council says it is committed to improving that way that the industry attracts, retains and supports talented women in the logistics workforce.
Australian authorities have put out a series of recommendations to reduce the amount of unnecessary deaths from quad bike accidents, which have killed 19 people so far this year.
The NSW Department of Resources and Energy has released its report on an incident in August which saw a haul truck at the Ashton Coal Handling and Preparation Plant crush a light vehicle.