Water misting systems in beer gardens have been identified as potential health hazards.

Northern Territory authorities say the healthcare sector is one of the most dangerous to work in.

A new federal scheme has been launched to assist truck driver allocators, supervisors and line managers.

Victoria's Department of Education and Training has been convicted and fined $200,000 following the death of a seven-year-old student.

NSW safety authorities are running a compliance scheme ahead of the end-of-year delivery rush.

A fire has shut down Prelude - the world's largest floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) vessel.

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) has found a mandatory vaccination order at a Hunter Valley coal mine was not lawful or reasonable.

New research could help protect children from potential predators.

Ambulance Victoria has promised changes after a report revealed its culture of disrespect, bullying and sexism.

NASA has launched a test mission to defend planet Earth.

A review into workplace culture at Parliament House has been handed to government.

NSW authorities are testing new technology to detect dangerous levels of respirable crystalline silica (RCS).

Retiring the world's worst power stations could save six million lives.

The Federal Government has officially picked a location for its planned nuclear waste dump.

A new facility has been created to provide standardised testing of robotics.

NBN Co and CSIRO have issued a report on Australia’s big ‘work-from-home’ experiment.

The Morrison Government says it will ‘unmask’ anonymous internet users.

Tasmania's custodial inspector has issued a report on growing prison issues.

Politicians are calling for efforts to ensure Australia’s solar industry is not exposed to China's human rights violations.

A Hobart stonemasonry business has pleaded guilty after workers were exposed to the risk of silicosis.

A Queensland man has been charged after allegedly assaulting a GP who would not issue a COVID-19 vaccine exemption.

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