New research suggests that greater gender equity in road transport jobs might help reduce the risk of accidents.

Many Australian employees are now entitled to two weeks’ “pandemic leave” for self-isolation.

Ophthalmologists say a majority of trainees experience bullying and harassment at some point.

The ATO has bought thousands of new laptops and monitors for staff to work from home.

A new policy will allow Victorian public servants who are working from home to receive funds for home office expenses.

A review has found flaws in the complaints system used by Queensland’s child safety department.

A planned private health insurance premium increase has been put back for at least six months.

Australian security experts have issued clear warnings about the local rise of right-wing terrorism.

An expert group is calling for the planet to come together and develop a strategy for human survival.

A new study has found the human-induced climate crisis made Australia's recent bushfires at least 30 per cent more likely.

A new deal should see more than 100 million surgical masks produced by a South Australian company.

A new study has found heat takes a toll on mental health.

The Federal Government is expanding Medicare-subsidised telehealth services.

One of Australia's biggest life insurers is trying to avoid payouts to customers who die from COVID-19, including frontline doctors.

Different states have announced various new rules to keep school students and broader public safe.

The Defence Force is moving soldiers out of Iraq and Afghanistan to protect their safety.

A Queensland public hospital service is being sued over alleged medical negligence.

Some older prisoners may be released after New South Wales passed a special COVID-19 bill.

A NSW council will soon ask its community whether it wants to remove fluoride from the public water supply.

Supermarket workers want danger money and increased protection from abusive, panicked customers.

Victorian hospitals are now under strict visitor limits to protect patients and staff.

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