Adelaide City Council will spend up to half a million dollars making a disability-friendly playground accessible.

Indigenous groups say self-determination is key to addressing Aboriginal deaths in custody.

Japan has announced plans to release over a million tonnes of radioactive water into the ocean.

An enquiry has heard Sydney Uber Eats drivers earn less than minimum casual wage during peak times.

Workplace sexual harassment claims have increased across the country over the past two years.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has abandoned all targets for the nationwide rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.

New research suggests areas with more misogynistic tweets have higher incidences of domestic and family violence.

Amendments to the Sex Discrimination Act will see politicians included for the first time.

The Federal Government will host a national women's safety summit.

The Morrison Government has been accused of “tampering” with an NDIS review.

A toxin known as the ‘Very Fast Death Factor’ has been found in the air above an algal bloom.

Kawasaki Heavy Industries is being sued over a workplace death in the Northern Territory.

The Commonwealth may set up a new compensation fund for asbestos victims in the ACT.

Nominations are open for Victoria's 2021 WorkSafe Awards.

The personal details of over half a billion Facebook users have been leaked online.

The Federal Government says the number of medical centres ­delivering the COVID-19 vaccine will double this week.

A trial of CCTV cameras inside the rooms of aged care residents has begun in SA.

Australia’s Defence department is exploring the use of ethical AI systems.

The Federal Government has blamed the states for the slow rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.

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