A strike at a Qantas subsidiary has been suspended at the request of the West Australian government because of a cyclone and the possible need for evacuations.
Construction workers have marched through Brisbane's streets demanding workplace safety action following the death of a colleague in December.
Employees will be able to legally disconnect from work out of hours, after industrial relations changes cleared the House of Representatives.
The police union has condemned Opposition Leader Peter Dutton, a former Queensland officer, over his commitment to unwind the right to disconnect after work.
Ignoring work calls and emails after hours could soon become the new normal as political momentum builds for the 'right to disconnect'.
With DP World's bargaining dispute at an end, deliveries and supermarket stock could soon return to normal but one expert warns this could be short lived.
The federal workplace minister has called for unions and stevedore DP World to come to the table to resolve a bitter industrial dispute.
Dock workers have permission to strike at some of Australia's busiest terminals in what could trigger major disruptions to the country's supply chains.
A pay dispute between paramedics and the NSW government has faced an industrial tribunal in the hope of resolving the crisis before the end of the year.
A pay dispute between paramedics' unions and the NSW government threatens to cripple ambulance services on their busiest night of the year.
Union heavyweight John Setka's estranged wife said, in video played to court, she wanted to get a firearm because she had to kill him "to survive".
Pressure is mounting for an investigation into what a port operator knew about the risks of a cyberattack that affected thousands of container deliveries.
Federal Government representatives have joined the Multi-Employer Bargaining meeting for early childhood educators alongside the United Workers Union
A court has found Qantas guilty of breaching NSW workplace health and safety laws after it stood down a worker who raised concerns about COVID-19.
Hollywood's actors strike is set to end after their union reached a tentative agreement with studios, months after entertainment workers walked off the job.
The Victorian government has committed to updating lobbying rules and codes of conduct in response to a $1.2 million contract scandal.
The federal government has been accused of putting workplace diversity at risk through its labour loophole laws, but unions beg to differ.
The Minns government has faced the largest protest in its existence after angry construction workers demanded engineered stone be banned.
The federal police association is calling on the government for a 20 per cent pay increase to help recruit and retain new members.
Business groups and rivals have a chance to weigh in on Qantas at an inquiry into the Qatar Airways knockback as pilots call on chair Richard Goyder to quit.
Pilots are calling on Qantas chairman Richard Goyder to quit for overseeing "one of the most damaging periods" in the airline's history.
Extra Qatar Airways flights would not necessarily fix the issues endemic to a workforce wiped out by Qantas, unions say.
Former Qantas CEO Alan Joyce will be summoned to appear at a Senate inquiry examining the airline's role in a government decision to reject extra Qatar flights.
Former competition watchdog chair Allan Fels is scrutinising the connection between corporate price setting and profits and current high inflation.
A decision to end a major government contract has thrust school cleaners into job uncertainty, with a union saying it shows "everything wrong" with the system.
Queensland government officials will continue to meet with union representatives after members marched on parliament for the second time in as many months.
Employees have stopped work on three massive Chevron natural gas sites in WA amid a pay dispute, sending prices soaring on European markets.
The government's workplace reforms are aimed at ending exploitative labour loopholes but Peter Dutton claims they will damage the crucial resources sector.
The mining industry has warned the prime minister against taking the sector for granted and pushing investment elsewhere with "extreme" workplace laws.
NSW teachers are demanding an enduring commitment to higher salaries and reduced workloads as they criticise the state government's four-year pay offer.
Transport workers have taken to major cities to demand the federal government implement better standards following a spate of workers' deaths.