Paramedics in New South Wales (NSW) are considering serious moves in their ongoing pay dispute with the state government.

The ACT Government says it will ban engineered stone if the federal government fails to act.

Research suggests replacing sitting with just a few minutes of moderate exercise each day significantly improves heart health.

Labor has blocked a move by the Coalition to fast-track votes on critical aspects of its industrial relations overhaul.

The wharfies union will still strike at DP World docks this week, despite a major cyberattack.

The Queensland government has approved a $2.2 million compensation payout for nearly 100 audiology patients at Townsville University Hospital.

Hospital staff turnover has prompted concerns about patient safety in Tasmania.

APS Commissioner Gordon de Brouwer says psychosocial safety is central to an ideal workplace.

Labor is giving up ground on its gig economy laws.

Australia’s sovereign wealth fund has invested in Chinese Communist Party-linked companies and Uyghur oppression.

BHP, the world's largest mining company, is seeking a settlement regarding a Brazilian dam disaster.

Australia has signed the Bletchley Declaration, a global initiative aimed at promoting the safe, ethical, and responsible development of artificial intelligence (AI).

A group of whistleblowers has accused the Federal Government of failing to protect them.

The privately managed Junee Correctional Centre will be returned to public hands.

Compensation claims have been made over Cochlear implant issues at SA’s Women's and Children's Hospital.

The ACT has become the first jurisdiction in Australia to decriminalise small quantities of illicit drugs.

The United Nations University is sounding alarm bells about six critical tipping points with potentially irreversible consequences.

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Health authorities, politicians and scientists have been slowly introducing the world to the concept of ‘One Health’ - an all-inclusive approach to health that extends from the human body right through the global environment. 

This year’s Nobel Prizes honour discoveries that unwind our notion of truth, our understanding of ourselves and the human story, the complexities of cells and the very basics of the universe. 

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