Thousands of people are seeking damages over Roundup herbicides in the US, causing concern about what will happen in Australia.

CSIRO has completed a three-year study of air quality in CSG-heavy areas of Queensland.

An investigation has found Port Pirie Hospital staff failed to provide care to elderly patient who died from a severe bedsore.

Firefighters are gaining control over a factory fire in Melbourne’s west that has burned for nearly a week.

Australian researchers have identified a new superbug in hospitals that is capable of causing near-untreatable infections.

SA has approved trials of a controversial mining technology that is banned in other states.

WA safety authorities are focusing on issues in workplaces where scientific testing and analysis is carried out.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has signalled he may try to ban the CFMEU.

Airservices Australia staff have backed strike action.

American legal activist Erin Brockovich has arrived in Australia for a lawsuit against the Department of Defence.

A mothballed Queensland mine has been found to have contaminated waterways.

CSIRO has produced gold using a non-toxic chemical process without cyanide and mercury.

The latest figures on national work-related injuries, diseases and fatalities are out.

Staff at a major mental health hospital say they have been gagged from speaking out about abuse.

WorkCover Queensland is working with academics on a new way to manage workplace injury claims.

Aircraft maintenance students who received substandard training from TAFE SA are to be compensated.

Open plan offices with no partitions could be healthier for workers.

A succession of critically ill asylum seeker children are being brought from Nauru.

South Australia’s anti-corruption bodies will receive almost $15 million in next month's state budget.

TasWater says it has removed all of its boil water alerts across the island state.

Trust and confidence in all levels of Australian government is on the decline.

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