Lawyers are planning to launch an AFL concussion class action.

Clark Cranes, a Melbourne-based crane company, has been fined $400,000 after being found guilty of two workplace safety charges.

One of Australia’s biggest disability service providers has been urged to compensate a woman for sexual assault inside a group home.

The Queensland Government has launched an independent review of the state’s workers’ compensation scheme.

The Federal Government has apologised for the impacts of PFAS contamination in one part of NSW.

Experts estimate that vehicle emissions could cause over 11,000 deaths a year.

A new 10-year national strategy to reduce workplace fatalities, injuries, and illnesses in Australia has been released.

A new study shows how well a prior COVID-19 infection protects the next time around.

A new resource details the optimal psychosocial conditions for public servants in the ACT.

Tech giants are being called to report on their measures for keeping children safe.

Authorities have issued a consumer warning on the safe use and charging of electric scooters.

A benchtop manufacturer and installer has been convicted and fined $85,000 after a worker was left paralysed from being crushed by a stone slab.

WorkSafe Tasmania's investigation report into a December 2021 jumping castle accident is being withheld.

Workmates are raising funds following the tragic deaths of two miners at the Dugald River underground zinc mine in Queensland.

More calls have been made to stop the use of engineered stone in Australia amid a silicosis “epidemic”.

Tesla has announced the recall of more than 362,000 vehicles fitted with Full Self-Driving (FSD) technology.

The Federal Government has appointed Dr Vivienne Thom to lead its bipartisan parliamentary leadership taskforce.

Experts say that in order to reduce the threat of superbugs, the world must cut down on pollution.

The WA Police Union has called for a ban on car chases.

Fortescue Metals Group says it will comply with orders to hand over sexual harassment documents.

Farmers, freight operators and councils are pushing for a $5.5 billion investment into Australia’s rural road network.

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