Experts have praised the NT’s new alcohol restrictions.

The ACCC says bigger fines for big business could help change corporate culture.

A Victorian concrete pumping contractor has been convicted and fined $500,000 after the death of a worker.

Research suggests that the sooner an injured worker can safely return to work, the better.

Researchers have investigated lack of sleep among firefighters.

Safety authorities have issued new guidance for the management of psychological injury claims.

ExxonMobil could buy up contaminated farmland near the Longford gas plant.

Tasmanian biosecurity workers have suspended fumigation activities after four staff fell ill.

Australia has been ranked 13th least corrupt in the new global corruption index.

Brain scans have been used to help understand why people often become aggressive and violent after drinking alcohol.

The High Court of Australia says CFMEU officials can be ordered to pay penalties out of their own pocket.

The Victorian Government has put up $7 million to help keep frontline health workers safe.

Authorities in WA want feedback on a draft code of practice for fly-in fly-out (FIFO) mental health.

Australian computer scientists are working on a flu forecasting tool ...

The asbestos-riddled old Morwell Power Station and briquette factory has been granted heritage listing.

The Federal Government is providing two new “enhanced” flu vaccines for free to people aged over 65.

Woodside Energy is testing semi-autonomous robots for patrolling and inspecting its liquefied natural gas (LNG) operations.

A new report shows almost 22,000 people were hospitalised due to a farm-related injury in the five years from 2010 to 2015.

The NSW ambulance union says it needs 1,000 new paramedics to address serious safety issues.

Australian authorities have launched a project to make sure human rights are embedded within new technologies.

The AMA says overcrowding at Royal Darwin Hospital is at a crisis point.

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