The COVIDSafe app has been scrapped, but little change is expected given that the app did not do much.

Johnson & Johnson is taking talc out of its baby powder.

Lawyers say the Northern Territory should scrap mandatory sentencing due to issues at Darwin's prison.

An NDIS taskforce has been created to hunt down the theft of billions from disability clients.

A culture of bullying and sexual harassment in NSW parliament has been revealed.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) has fined two pharmaceutical companies over low quality rapid antigen tests (RATs).

French researchers have studied the fatigue that comes after a long day of thinking.

The report from an inquiry into Queensland corruption watchdog has been released.

Public sector leaders have appeared before a senate committee on the adequacy of Australia’s biosecurity measures.

The Royal Commission into Defence and Veteran Suicide has handed down its interim report.

Advocates are calling for more farm safety funding in Queensland.

A council in the Northern Territory has been charged over a near-drowning incident.

Cultural issues at the Queensland Police Service (QPS) are affecting its response to domestic violence.

The SA Labor Party has been pushed to return a $125,000 election donation from the Victorian branch of the CFMEU.

The Fair Work Commission (FWC) is considering a pay rise for aged care workers.

Federal, state and territory ministers have agreed to Australia’s first national biosecurity plan.

Experts say it is time to extend regulation into space.

Intergenerational welfare recipients are nearly three times as likely to be hospitalised, according to a recent study.

Australia is facing a concerning shortage of more than 300 medicines.

Queensland robotics researchers working with the Ford Motor Company have found a way to tell an autonomous vehicle which cameras to use when navigating.

Advocates are continuing their push to close a loophole in compensation for truckies.

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