The national redress scheme for victims of child sexual abuse is now open.

Australia has emerged victorious from a major trade dispute over tobacco packaging laws.

The NSW Government says it cannot ban toxic PFAS chemicals.

A coronial inquest has begun reviewing the deaths of 10 people in a thunderstorm asthma event in 2016.

New truck safety laws are a step closer.

Deloitte says the world’s top energy and resources companies rate wellbeing as the most important priority.

The owner of the former Anglesea power plant will try to demolish it for a second time, after its first attempt failed.

A new code of conduct has been outlined for retirement villages in NSW.

A targeted vaccine program has helped close a health gap for Indigenous kids.

Mount Isa children are still living with dangerously high levels of lead in their blood.

WA’s Police Commissioner has asked the state to fund body cameras.

The Department of Defence has been slammed at a community meeting in Katherine over the PFAS chemical contamination scandal.

A new research project will focus on what to do with the first clinical cases in future pandemics.

The coronial inquiry into the deaths of four people at Dreamworld gets underway this week.

Authorities say it may one day be illegal to use a mobile phone while crossing the road.

Safety authorities have warned bosses against attending their employees’ medical checks.

A CFMEU official has been fined more than $50,000 after swearing at workers.

The NSW Government is spending $880 million to digitise the state’s train signal system.

Experts say senior, influential and experienced doctors must lead action to protect their younger colleagues from debilitating burnout.

Contamination from potentially toxic PFAS chemicals has been found in a 10-square-kilometre plume of groundwater at the Richmond RAAF base in north-west Sydney.

Tony Abbott’s expert group on the health impacts of wind turbines has done very little.

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