Wollongong City Council has been ordered to pay over $600,000 in damages after a man was injured on a mountain walkway.

Scott Morrison has hinted at a return to offices for public servants across Australia.

An expert says the fines over fatalities at Dreamworld are far lower than other corporate penalties.

An AFL player has received a $1.4 million insurance payout for concussion damage.

NSW authorities have announced a second scaffold safety blitz.

Victorian authorities are preparing for the first fully virtual Health and Safety Month.

Victoria’s health minister has resigned as the state’s leadership struggles to place blame for its hotel quarantine issues.

A judge has accused Immigration Minister Alan Tudge of criminal conduct.

Former Ipswich mayor Paul Pisasale has pleaded guilty to sexual assault and perverting the course of justice.

Australia has gaping holes in its natural disaster preparedness, according to someone who knows.

A Sydney business has been fined for running a food buffet during a pandemic.

The most recent bushfire season in Australia racked up smoke-related health costs of around $1.95 billion ...

Safety science as a research field has been declared “effectively stagnant”.

Safe Work Australia has provided new resources ahead of National Safe Work Month in October.

Experts say the future of aged care must be built on better housing design.

Reports this week suggest ongoing concerns about PPE stocks for healthcare workers in Victoria.

Local researchers have developed a new and easier on-site method to immediately and accurately detect and measure levels of PFAS.

Mining money has been used to create a high-tech fire-detection system for Australia.

A WA plumbing company and a construction firm are being prosecuted over the drowning death of a plumber in 2018.

Construction company John Holland has been charged with breaching federal work health and safety laws.

The NSW Government says it wants to promote mentally healthy workplaces.

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