Common workplace fumes and dust may heighten rheumatoid arthritis risk.

The World Health Organization (WHO) is sounding the alarm on high levels of resistance in bacteria.

Experts are working on better ways to measure contamination left by old meth labs.

People looking at blue sky and trees through a window are more creative and happier than those without a view, according to a new study.

Lawyers have filed a class action against the WA Government on behalf of current and former Banksia Hill detainees.

Brisbane’s lord mayor says a disused quarantine facility is ready to be used as crisis accommodation.

The NSW Government’s digitisation push is now targeting high-risk work licences.

The Federal Government says it is strengthening whistleblower protections.

Safe Work Australia has published new national workers’ compensation statistics.

A scaffolding company has been fined $2 million over a collapse that killed a young apprentice.

Investigations have been launched after a Queensland man working as a power meter reader was killed by dogs.

The CFMEU says if the Commonwealth does not ban the use of engineered stone products, it will block them itself.

The contract for the largely failed ‘COVIDsafe’ app will be scrutinised at an official inquiry.

The Northern Territory Corrections Commissioner says prisons are under “unprecedented” pressure.

An independent review has been launched after staff at a government agency were allegedly urinated on by a colleague.

A new report says there is evidence of forced labour and slavery in the production of solar panels and wind turbines.

A new plan will see NSW student doctors get paid jobs in hospitals to ease staff shortages.

New research shows Australians are not good at estimating their own blood-alcohol content.

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