NT WorkSafe has charged two construction companies over the death of a man at the Inpex Onshore LNG Facility.

A mine joint-owned by Rio Tinto is polluting a community in Guinea, villagers say.

The Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) has been criticised for its delayed response to the police shooting of a teenager in the Northern Territory.

The Productivity Commission says important transport reforms need to be sped up.

WorkSafe WA is prosecuting a building company that employed a labour hire backpacker who died as a result of a fall in 2016.

A majority of residents in the SA town of Kimba have voted in favour of a nuclear waste dump.

Surgeons say children should not be allowed on quad-bikes.

‘Unsafe’ conditions have led paramedics to stop treating patients outside of ambulances at Royal Hobart Hospital (RHH).

A violinist injured in a car crash in 1987 will continue receiving taxpayer-funded massages.

A list of 444 NSW buildings potentially clad in flammable material will not be made public.

Safe Work Australia has released the latest data on worker fatalities and serious workers’ compensation claims.

Reports say job applicants are being forced to give blood tests and waive privacy rights to work on Shell's QGC project.

Authorities in New Delhi have declared a public health emergency due to incredible levels of air pollution.

The Health Minister says the Government will come up with measures to stop the drugging of elderly people in aged care.

Experts say Australia should adopt pill testing, but lacks the political will to do so.

CSIRO engineers have developed a new scanning device that can give a full panoramic view of an underground coal mine.

Experts have issued a warning about the systems and legislation intended to keep drinking water safe.

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