Queensland has created new industrial manslaughter laws following last year’s deaths at Dreamworld.

The Victorian Government has spent $1 million to stop the next “dickhead” from running into a notoriously low bridge.

Tasmanian mining crews have tested their rescue skills in a competition held more than a kilometre underground.

A spike in whooping cough has led SA Health to warn “irresponsible” parents.

SA councils want new laws to deal with bullying and harassment, but the Local Government Minister is not onboard.

The NSW Government is preparing its roads for the driverless vehicles of the future.

Lawyers have met with residents in Katherine to talk about a potential class action.

London has tightened its congestion charge for cars driving through the city centre.

The ABCC’s chief lawyer has walked out in protest against his former boss's conduct.

A contractor working on security upgrades at Parliament House has lost a 1000-page security manual.

Officials have admitted lead contamination is not the only major problem at the Perth Children’s Hospital yet to be fixed.

The Federal Government has rejected a ban on imports of combustible aluminium composite cladding.

Basic mental health training for managers can bring significant benefits, research shows.

Mining automation is set to grow in value by almost 50 per cent by 2023, according to a new report.

Doctors’ lobbies say underqualified surgeons in day clinics are increasing the number of botched medical procedures.

A new report says pollution has been responsible for an estimated nine million premature deaths a year.

Victoria is on track to become the first jurisdiction in Australia to allow euthanasia.

A parliamentary inquiry has heard Australian horticulture is ripe for indebted labour akin to slavery.

A large-scale review has found the NDIS will be rolled out late, and could rely on foreign workers.

Victoria is on the verge of achieving the ‘holy grail’ of 95 per cent immunisation.

The Sex Discrimination Commissioner says recent scandals should be used to shine a light on ...

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