The WHO has published new stats on the damage tobacco causes to both the environment and human health.

Labour law experts say a recent case shows the need for gig worker law reform.

A fertiliser company is facing a $250,000 fine over a worker who was fatally crushed.

Authorities in NSW say they are providing a mental health boost to the music industry.

Victoria’s skills minister says her state’s system should be replicated on a national scale.

A group of Queensland frontline workers are challenging their COVID-19 vaccine mandates.

Tasmania has announced a major investment in digital health, aimed at improving patient care.

The NSW Government has announced $9.5 million worth of funding to build the largest government-run autonomous vehicle testing site in the southern hemisphere.

Australian researchers have discovered new details behind peanut allergy remission in children.

The WA Government has created a strike team to help departments and agencies to improve their cybersecurity posture.

Issues have been uncovered in the Civil Aviation Safety Authority’s (CASA) surveillance approach.

New stats show injured and unwell workers covered under the Comcare scheme are returning to work at high rates.

Victorian businesses are being warned of the potentially deadly risks of working with lead.

The outgoing head of Australia’s offshore oil and gas regulator has been accused of being “too close” to industry.

Scientists want gas stoves in homes to be discouraged.

Federal authorities are warning of fire risks in solar energy storage batteries.

Firefighters, police and government officials are being sent to help St John WA.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has held an emergency meeting on recent monkeypox outbreaks.

John Holland has agreed to make $1.2 million worth of safety improvements after the death of a worker ...

New safety laws have been proposed for quad bikes and side-by-sides in Queensland.

Researchers have come up with a better way to remove mercury from the environment.

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