An inquiry into who in the Prime Minister's Office knew about Brittany Higgins’ allegations of rape has been suspended.

Experts say there are very inconsistent standards for the cleanup of meth labs.

Civil construction firm Pipecon has pleaded guilty to a charge over a trench collapse that killed two workers.

Blood lead levels for Port Pirie children have hit a decade high.

The High Court has delayed the murder trial of NT police officer Zachary Rolfe.

The NSW Government says its new regulations have led to a reduction in food delivery rider injuries.

A new study says COVID-19 shows airborne spread of viruses has been “vastly underappreciated”.

ATAGI is recommending vaccination against COVID-19 for all individuals from 12 years of age.

A damning COVIDSafe report shows the Federal Government ignored important input.

The Queensland Government is pushing ahead with a dedicated COVID-19 quarantine facility that the Federal Government rejected.

A survey of hundreds of firefighters reveals how they deal with heat stress and fatigue.

Two frauds have been ordered to pay more than $80,000 after ripping off Victoria's worker compensation scheme.

Authorities have reviewed compliance with new quad bike safety laws.

Safety authorities in South Australia say work platforms need trained ground support personnel in the event of an emergency.

The Health Department has created a new online map to show how many aged care workers are vaccinated.

There are strong calls this week for Tasmanian backbench MP David O’Byrne to resign over sexual assault allegations.

Services Australia staff are calling out for more resources and vaccinations.

New research shows logged forests near regional and rural towns are at increased risk of higher fire severity.

Newly engineered nanoparticles could soon be used to treat drug-resistant fungal infections.

Research undertaken for Victoria’s Country Fire Authority (CFA) suggests the frequency of high-risk bushfire days could triple in some parts of Victoria in coming decades.

A sugar company is the first to be charged with industrial manslaughter over an electrical incident in Queensland.

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