Union claims the move would ‘make a mockery of leadership accountability on mine safety’.
A CQ father turned street-level dealer peddled drugs to support his children, himself and his own habit.
What happened to the six people linked to the 34-year-old’s brutal abduction and death in chronological order.
Shock emails have exposed new information about the release of a man convicted over the 2012 manslaughter.
The case against a quarry supervisor charged after a worker was crushed to death near Clermont has been adjourned.
A mother has tearfully spoken out about the day her son poured fuel over her face and into her mouth before trying to set her on fire.
The 24 year old has been found guilty of dousing his mother in fuel and trying to set her on fire at Glenella.
‘Why would I try and light my mum on fire?’
The Commissioner for Mines and Safety has defended her role in the legal action that occurred following a death at Grasstree mine.
Lawyer claims former mine worker told a lie about a conversation with mine death victim.
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