Quad bike manufacturers have threatened to pull out of the Australian market over new safety laws ...

The owners of Sydney’s Mascot Towers have voted to sue the developer of a neighbouring building.

The 64 victims of a devastating grassfire more than a decade ago will soon receive a share of $16 million.

The ACT government is looking to ban waste incineration for energy production.

The bushfire royal commission has been given an indication of the enormous toll on public health.

A relatively simple ICT issue has emerged as a major problem in Australia bushfire response.

A review of a $448 million Victorian Government family violence package has found it fairly ineffective.

An inquiry has found concrete used in the construction of Queensland’s Paradise Dam may have been “intrinsically incapable” of meeting design standards.

An engineering company has been fined $200,000 following the unplanned collapse of a Sydney stadium roof.

Changed FIFO conditions are allowing significant parts of the WA resources sector to continue operating.

Experts say they may have found Australia's first transmission of the drug-resistant Candida auris fungus.

The iconic chimneys of the Hazelwood coal-fired power station have been knocked down.

Experts say mental health issues among police officers are a major concern.

Australia’s elite universities have proposed “secure corridor” rules for the return of international students.

The erosion of human rights in Australia is being held back by a parliamentary committee.

Experts have slammed Australia’s “failed” domestic violence inquiry.

A new app allows workers in NSW to anonymously report workplace health and safety issues.

The operator of Hazelwood mine has been fined over a major fire that burned for several weeks in 2014.

A new WA mining safety report shows one mine worker is seriously injured in the state every day.

WA safety authorities have issued advice on the return to school.

A new report shows ‘Dr Google’ is almost always wrong.

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I am Tim Hall; a red-blooded, beer-drinking, Commodore-driving Australian male who has no interest in watching sports – at least, not the sports played by humans.

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