Casual workers who have worked regular and systematic hours are now entitled a permanent employee’s entitlements, according to a Federal Court of Australia judgment.
Glencore has won a dispute against the Australian Tax Office (ATO) after the federal court ruled the Swiss parent company paid the correct amount of tax on its copper concentrate purchases from an Australian mine.
Riversgold’s former managing director and chief executive Allan Kelly has decided to take the gold explorer to court for a six-figure debt allegedly owed to him following his resignation.
The Australian Government has reached a $39.3 million dollar out of court settlement with the Chinese company responsible for the grounding of the Shen Neng 1 coal carrier off North Queensland.
Adani has welcomed the Federal Court’s decision to dismiss Australian Conservation Foundation’s (ACF) efforts to prevent the development of the Carmichael mine.
Charges against Copper Mines of Tasmania (CMT) are proceeding in August after the company failed to meet health and safely requirements that lead to the deaths of three workers.
The Samarco joint venture has reached a settlement with the Brazilian government for a minimum of $US1.7 billion over six years for the tailings spill that killed 19 people last year.
A lengthy court battle for a former Hail Creek coal mine worker has nearly come to a close, six years after a serious workplace injury.
A man who was assaulted in his bed at a Moranbah workers camp has won the right to make a compensation claim against his employer.
A coal miner disabled in an accident at a Moranbah coal mine has lodged a claim in the Supreme Court against BMA for more than $3.3 million.
Further projects valued at $40 billion relating to Adani’s Carmichael mine have been delayed due to court action from green groups affecting Adani and GVK Hancock
A former Monadelphous project manager has been found guilty of defrauding the company of $30,000 and been sentenced to 14 months jail.
A former Monadelphous project manager is standing trial in Gladstone District Court accused of defrauding the company out of more than $30,000.
The Supreme Court has sided with the Land and Environment Court and ruled that Rio Tinto is not allowed to go ahead with its expansion of Mt Thorley Warkworth mine.
The Australian Manufacturing Workers Union has put major mining companies on notice as it fights against the use of urine tests for the detection of drugs and alcohol.
Bulga residents fighting Rio Tinto’s expansion of Mount Thorley Warkworth mine say the Independent Commission Against Corruption is taking its referral seriously after asking for more evidence.
Bulga residents fighting Rio Tinto’s expansion of Mount Thorley Warkworth mine have asked ICAC to investigate after the Department of Planning recommended approval for the project two days after the application was lodged.
Whitehaven Coal has been granted approval to amend its $1.2 billion debt facility due to delays in the development of its Maules Creek mine project.
Court proceedings to halt GVK Hancock’s major Alpha Coal Project are on hold as each side prepares its final submissions to the Queensland Land Court.
Whitehaven Coal has won the right to continue work at its Maules Creek mine project after an injunction application to stop the development was dismissed in the Federal Court.