Alcohol advertising in sport can have long-term effects on drinking attitudes, according to a new study.

Experts suggest Australians are being kept in the dark about new risks of medicines.

Richard Di Natale has criticised Labor’s $1.5 billion plan to unlock gas reserves in northern Australia.

Unions, industry and defence analysts say they are concerned by Australia's shrinking merchant fleet.

Experts say free flu vaccines are working, but there is room for improvement.

The Greens want $1.59 billion worth of legal reforms, including a boost for legal aid and domestic violence prevention.

New data exposes deteriorating waiting times and safety concerns in Sydney emergency departments.

The Coalition appears to have signed off on a controversial uranium mine one day before calling the federal election, and did not announce it until the day before Anzac Day.

Researchers have identified a feedback cycle that keeps us consuming concerning news.

The Australian Industry Group wants an industrial relations freeze until new senators take office.

Experts warn that the dengue fever mosquito common to north and central Queensland poses the greatest danger of spreading the Zika virus in Australia.

A Victorian hop grower has been fined over the death of a worker.

New research has investigated what motivates an employee to work safer.

There are reports that a typhoid outbreak is affecting asylum seekers and refugees on Manus Island.

The Victorian Government is changing the rules for its supervised safe injecting room.

Hobart councillors are expected to extend the city’s smoking ban.

Aged care provider Bupa has been taken to court by the ACCC over alleged false and misleading claims.

An investigation into a remote work for the dole provider will look at claims of repeated safety breaches.

WA’s State Solicitor's Office has dropped charges against a drilling company due to a lack of witnesses.

Animal rights activists who invade Queensland farms and abattoirs will soon face new fines.

Toymaker Fisher-Price has recalled nearly 5 million infant sleepers in the US that are linked to dozens of infant deaths.

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