An expert has warned that a Santos CSG project in NSW could endanger drinking water supplies.

An NBN contractor has raised fears about lax safety standards in the roll-out.

The Queensland Government is looking at new laws for builders with a poor safety record.

A terminally ill South Australian man will receive a $1 million payout from former asbestos supplier James Hardie.

Nyngan – a small town in rural NSW – is fighting to stop violence against emergency service workers.

A new report says Queensland suffered “catastrophic failings” in its handling of black lung.

A study has found a 400 per cent increase in the incidence of premature and potentially preventable deaths in nursing home residents over the past decade.

As genetic testing becomes a cheaper and more powerful medical tool, experts are concerned about how the insurance industry treats it.

A major vocational education provider has gone into voluntary administration.

Adani has indefinitely delayed a meeting that was set to decide the future of the Carmichael coal mine.

The Transport Workers' Union (TWU) is at war with ALDI over alleged underpayment and unfair treatment of workers.

The Queensland Government will introduce the new offence of “negligence causing death” to target deadly workplace practices.

NSW Minister for Better Regulation Matt Kean wants businesses to commit to a Safety Promise.

The AMA says Tasmania’s hospital system has decayed to the point that it is now unsafe.

Experts say we need to ask difficult questions about how to reduce the number of Australian children in out-of-home care.

A leak from an offshore oil well in WA has been publicly reported more than a year after it happened.

The WA Government is looking to ban unvaccinated kids from childcare centres.

The Federal Government has unveiled the largest ever shipbuilding ...

Uber drivers may have to install security cameras in their cars ...

Nitrogen oxides (NOx) from diesel vehicles like cars, buses and trucks could be to blame for around 38,000 premature deaths a year.

Australia’s unique 'No Jab No Pay' and 'No Jab No Play' policies could have unintended consequences that need to be assessed, experts say.

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