The discovery of potentially toxic chemicals has brought the Gloucester coal seam gas (CSG) project to a halt.

South Australia’s MSR Transport Operations Pty Ltd has been fined $100,000 for a string of serious safety breaches.

Australia’s top national science agencies say looming climate change will hit the nation hard, and the chance to do anything about it is slipping away.

According to the Green Building Council of Australia, the design and layout of a workspace can have some pretty dramatic effects on productivity, health and wellbeing of staff.

Mexican officials are giving free train tickets to any passenger that wants to improve their health.

A foreign flagged cargo ship is being held over alleged safety breaches so bad that it was at risk of sinking.

A new study suggests simple communication tools can help many patients on ventilators.

The Government of South Australia has introduced new safety regulations, while revoking several others.

Executives from the nuclear power company at the centre of the 2011 Fukushima disaster won’t face charges.

A new study will check for lead contamination in household plumbing systems in New South Wales.

A new study has shown once again that hand dryers propagate and disseminate germs and bacteria at a far greater rate than the humble paper towel.

The Australian Trucking Association (ATA) says that the livestock transport safety scheme TruckCare has been merged with TruckSafe.

Drug screening will hit critical transit points around West Australia with the third phase of an anti-drug operation now targeting oil and gas workers.

As millions stoop to read the latest news, gossip, emails and cat memes, experts warn the awkward angle of modern life could be a serious health risk.

The ACT Government is preparing to publish a list of homes containing Mr Fluffy asbestos, but the plan has been met with mixed reactions from homeowners.

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority has reiterated its rules about the private operation of drones.

A casual glance at nearly anyone’s mobile shows that smartphone screens are pretty unclean, but a new study has magnified the grossness in the name of science.

The CFMEU has been fined $205,100 for illegal activity on building sites, with the judge in the case labelled the union’s record as “dismal”.

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The Transport Workers’ Union has lost its appeal against a ruling that found owner-drivers should not be paid during their fatigue management breaks.

A new report has found an acceptance among Australian workers of risk-taking and rule-breaking on the job.

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