Researchers have found significant levels of the neurotoxin BMAA in NSW water supplies.

Victoria has approved driverless car trials on rural roads.

BHP says having to remotely derail a train led to a $US600 million drop in iron ore production.

Authorities recommend everyone apply sunscreen daily as part of a regular morning routine.

New research suggests endometrial scratching in IVF is painful and pointless.

Authorities will soon test technology to keep planes safe from drones.

Animal rights advocates have created a website detailing the location and contact details of Australian farms.

A new study has found a decline in Golden Staph infections in hospitals, but a rise in infections acquired outside hospitals.

Researchers are developing spray-on technology for repairing ships.

A new plan seeks to stop disabled people being segregated from mainstream life by physical barriers.

Experts say the military can wage war on global health issues.

The aged care royal commission has begun, and families of victims are being urged to bravely speak up.

Experts say smartphones come with some major risks, ergonomically speaking.

The construction industry watchdog has defended its $6,000 taxpayer-funded cupboard.

Victoria Police faked hundreds of thousands of breath tests because of a “meaningless” target, a review finds.

Guards have walked off the job at a WA prison, striking over staffing and safety concerns.

The suicides of several Australian Federal Police officers inside their own workplaces has prompted tighter gun rules.

A construction company has been charged over the deaths of two workers in Victoria.

A new report questions the strength of horizontal support beams in Sydney’s Opal Tower.

A BHP driver sacked after a train was derailed in the Pilbara is claiming unfair dismissal.

SafeWork NSW has extended an exemption to new noise level testing requirements.

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