Victoria Police is planning to use drones as part of its new anti-terror strategy.

About a third of people working in public administration report being victims of sexual harassment at work.

Federal authorities have been pulled into the ongoing strawberry contamination saga.

A new program seeks to deliver widespread mental health messages to construction workers.

Cranes have been shut down across Victoria for safety checks.

October is National Safe Work Month, and authorities want all companies to use it to take stock of their safety initiatives.

Three companies have been fined after a fatal incident involving a commercial recycling bin.

The Prime Minister has ordered a royal commission into Australia's aged-care sector.

The mining industry is being confronted about the danger of underground diesel fumes.

South Australian prison guards are on strike over privatisation plans.

Vaccination rates appear to have increased since welfare payments were cut for unvaccinated children.

A Victorian coroner has recommended open-flue gas heaters be phased out following the death of a 62-year-old woman.

A Brisbane construction company has been fined $405,000 over the deaths of two workers.

This week is Queensland’s Electricity Safety Week.

Authorities and academics are teaming up in NSW to improve work health and safety research expertise.

New research could show why so many older drivers crash at roundabouts.

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.

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