This week’s Federal Budget cuts funding for important integrity bodies.

New laws in Victoria give labour hire workers the same rights and protections as direct employees.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has a new chair.

Health inspectors have been accused of meddling in an independent audit of a Victorian caterer.

Mine workers in Western Australia's resources sector are seriously injured at a rate of more than one a day.

A wind farm in Victoria has been ordered to stop emitting noise at night.

This week's federal budget should include $1 billion over 10 years for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.

A major regional health service in Queensland is facing charges over alleged failure to protect its staff.

A review into power outages that affected more than 100,000 people in WA last year has been released.

Universities Australia has apologised following the results of a nationwide survey on sexual assault.

A growing number of Australians are finding their homes and businesses to be virtually uninsurable.

The bacteria-shredding wings of insects have inspired new antibacterial packaging.

New research suggests not all coal mine dust is equal when it comes to lung damage.

An independent report has savaged the workplace culture at a large Tasmnaian council.

The lighting industry has come up with new recommendations on exactly how bright things should be.

Authorities have announced a cross-border effort to reduce the risk of falls.

The Federal Government is putting up new funds to monitor domestic violence offenders with GPS technology.

NT Police are responding to the acquittal of Constable Zachary Rolfe’s murder charges.

The architects of a $10 billion cyclone reinsurance pool say a similar fund is needed for other natural disasters.

A Victorian company and director have been fined $320,000 after an unprotected fall.

Hoverfly brains have been mapped to detect the sound of distant drones.

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