The national pesticides authority is currently operating out of a rural fast food restaurant.

A truck driver who caused a fatal head-on has been charged with breaching fatigue management policies.

Unions and business leaders have responded to last week’s penalty rate cuts.

The World Health Organisation says new antibiotics are needed to combat 12 families of dangerous bacteria.

There are calls this week for a staged closure of the Hazelwood power station to avoid damaging rural economies.

The insurance industry has become the latest to start using drones.

Major cities are not ready for the NDIS, experts warn.

Embattled training giant Evocca College is closing more campuses.

Workers are on strike at Adelaide’s ASC shipbuilding yards.

More than a month after a horrific incident in Melbourne’s Bourke St Mall, the effects are still being felt.

The Victorian Government is keeping its ban on the sale of portable ethanol burners in place.

Farm safety advocates say embarrassment about mistakes could cost lives.

Upgrades have been announced at Melbourne’s high security mental health facility.

The Tasmanian Government is seeking input on a quad bike safety review.

Safework NSW has hit the road to spread the word of good work, health and safety approaches.

Gold Coast residents say a lack of safety is holding back development.

It is slow going at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, where high levels of radiation continue to hamper efforts.

Politicians say the new Royal Adelaide Hospital (nRAH) will struggle to cope with its first winter flu season.

Victoria’s Southern 80 waterskiing competition has seen its sixth death since 1987.

Health experts say the lack of a strong approach to the Australian obesity epidemic is ‘unacceptable’.

Workers are rallying against NT WorkSafe after a spate of accidents including the death of a sailor last month.

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