At least 12 miners are trapped hundreds of metres underground in a Chinese gold mine.

The WA Government says it is boosting the health surveillance requirements for silica dust.

A team of WHO investigators have landed in China, ready to find out more about the origins of COVID-19.

Concern has been raised about the use of slave labour in producing PPE.

A new app has been launched to help vulnerable Australians learn about lung health.

The impact of COVID-19 lockdown on flying doctor services has been assessed.

The ACCC has released a report saying Northern Australian communities need more affordable insurance.

Concern has been raised about a $120,000 pay rise for the new CEO of embattled NSW insurer icare.

With more hot weather on the way, WA authorities have issued a warning to guard against heat stress at work.

The Tasmanian Government’s compensation bill for youth detention workers has been revealed.

BHP's environmental licences in the Pilbara town of Newman will be tested by the state government.

The rehab plan for an old NT uranium mine has been deemed “woefully inadequate”.

The Tasmanian Government has announced a radio network overhaul worth $567 million.

Two companies and a director have been penalised after a contractor died at an almond processing site in 2018.

Consultation is open on a new scheme designed to help licences apply across state lines.

An appeal in a South Australian asbestos case has been defeated.

Nyrstar’s Port Pirie smelter is cutting its lead emissions, but is still likely to breach limits set in its new licence.

The Federal Government has funded trials for new COVID-19 vaccines that could have a number of benefits over current treatments.

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