The Minister for Veterans says the Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) has been “too adversarial” with compensation claims.

Victoria's controversial fire service reforms have passed parliament.

New analysis says robots will take up to 20 million manufacturing jobs around the world by 2030.

An engineers’ report has found Sydney’s Mascot Towers are “moving downward”.

A nurse has been stabbed in the neck after leaving work at a South Australian hospital.

Production has stopped at a nuclear medicine facility in Sydney after workers were exposed to radiation.

Experts say hospitals should reduce broad-spectrum antibiotic use in the fight against golden staph.

Authorities are trying to contact thousands of patients who were potentially injected with expired vaccines by two Sydney GPs.

The Federal Government is reportedly looking to improve whistleblower protections for public servants.

A national review has been launched after complaints about drone noise.

Production at a remote Rio Tinto mine has been suspended due to safety concerns.

Insiders say there is a “crisis of confidence” in the NSW building industry following issues with high rises.

Boeing has admitted it made a “mistake” in handling a gltich that led to two fatal crashes, killing over 300 people.

A new national strategy has been launched to help Australians living with chronic pain.

The Northern Territory Government has cleared remaining roadblocks to exploration fracking.

Recent attacks have led to calls for higher safety standards for NSW paramedics.

Perth City council is setting up facial recognition cameras despite privacy concerns.

BHP has unveiled its new ‘Tailings Taskforce’ in the wake of the dam disasters in Brazil.

Authorities are annoyed at a Taiwanese shipping company’s sluggish efforts to pick up 81 containers it lost near Newcastle.

The Queensland Government is funding a mobile health screening service for coal workers.

The Fair Work Ombudsmen (FWO) has found Uber drivers are not employees.

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