The Prime Minister wants the education minister to get back to work after stepping aside amid an abuse allegation.

Regular blood and plasma donations appear to reduce PFAS levels in the blood.

Advocates want more focus on telehealth stroke services.

The state and federal governments remain committed to a national digital ID system.

Australia's Human Rights Commissioner has questioned WA’s ongoing use of state of emergency powers.

New research suggests illegal fishing and labour abuse on boats is more common than previously thought.

Global warming of more than 1.5℃ is now “almost inevitable”, according to the latest IPCC update.

Researchers have found a link between living near fracking sites while pregnant and issues with infant development.

NSW authorities have unveiled a new app they say will revolutionise work safety.

A Gympie business operator has become the first person prosecuted and convicted under Queensland’s industrial manslaughter laws.

Melanoma cases are predicted to increase 50 per cent by 2040.

New software is being rolled out to protect professional athletes from social media abuse.

New guidelines have been issued for doctors performing breast implant surgery in NSW.

Victoria’s Department of Education is seeking to monitor traffic on students’ own devices.

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