A secret report has revealed huge problems faced by Australian forces in their invasion of Iraq.

A massive international investigation has revealed a shocking number of medical device-related deaths.

Over half of Queensland's hospitals and aged care centres have tested positive for legionella bacteria.

Ambulance calls for misuse of an anti-epileptic drug called have increased tenfold in Victoria since 2012.

Industrial Relations Minister Kelly O'Dwyer has called on the Federal Court to wrap up an important casual worker test case.

Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan has reportedly put aside plans for a taskforce to scrutinise university responses to sexual assault and harassment.

The WA Local Government Association has launched a statewide road safety campaign.

Thousands of Tax Office staff will be given panic buttons on mobile phones in response to security fears.

A new study suggests people who are bullied at work or experience violence at work are at higher risk of heart and brain blood vessel problems.

There could be changes coming for the gig economy, after it was ruled that a Foodora delivery rider was an employee, not an independent contractor.

Over 200,000 Australians are now on the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS), and almost all report positive experiences.

Experts say the opioid epidemic is reaching Australia.

Public health advocates are concerned about the closure of sexual health clinics during a syphilis outbreak in Adelaide.

Financial intelligence agency AUSTRAC has warned non-profits are vulnerable to terrorist infiltration and exploitation.

A new project will help Brisbane residents with hayfever and seasonal asthma keep a check on levels of grass pollen in the air.

Support for a federal anti-corruption commission appears to be growing.

At least of 49 people have died on Australian farms so far this year.

A mining company has been fined $65,000 over the death of a worker in Western Australia.

Around one in three Australian households are at risk of potentially deadly Listeria infection, new stats suggest.

Research suggests alcohol advertising restrictions are unlikely to reduce young people’s exposure to alcohol marketing.

Anglican schools are pushing to keep discriminating on the basis of sexuality.

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