Research suggests plain packaging and warning labels are motivating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander smokers to quit smoking.

Tradies are six times more likely to die by suicide than as a result of an onsite accident.

The CFMEU says the Russian mafia has been pushing asbestos products into Australia.

South Australia’s Chief Scientist wants to keep nuclear power alive in discussions about long-term energy supply.

A corporate whistleblower says Origin Energy has a deliberate policy of ignoring leaking coal seam gas wells.

Authorities in Queensland will begin testing seafood for levels of a firefighting foam once used at Coolangatta airport.

WA Labor says there are 16 possible causes for lead contamination among the 3000 defects at the trouble-plagued Perth Children's Hospital.

Heavy rain has allowed a gold mine north of Katherine to deliberately discharge contaminated water into a nearby river.

Engineers will review 1,500 South Australian bridges after structural problems emerged last week.

A new study shows horses kill more Australians than all the country's venomous creatures put together.

Samsung Electronics says internal short circuiting in Galaxy Note 7 batteries caused the phones to catch fire – twice.

The film and television union is shining a stark light on safety after the death of an actor during the filming of a music video...

The Government is seeking tenders for technology to check fingerprints and scan faces at airports.

The decommissioning, remediation and rehabilitation of the Hazelwood power station site will cost at least $743 million.

Victoria’s EPA expects specialist drone pilots to take long flights in the name of the environment.

Independent audits show the DIBP has spent over $1 billion in the last four years, without proper authorisation.

Beijing has set an air quality target for 2017 that is over double the World Health Organisation (WHO) standard.

Queensland Government documents have revealed that dozens of state schools are riddled with asbestos.

New national Return to Work Survey figures are available.

Workers are angry and safety issues have been raised in the SA Government’s attempt to close dozens of hospital beds.

Two paramedics unions have faced the IRC for telling members to shed parts of their uniforms during recent heatwaves.

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