The Commonwealth has issued an update on its ongoing COVID-19 inquiry.

Dogs have been trained to detect trauma stress by smelling humans’ breath.

Western Power has urged property owners to replace private power poles at their own expense.

The Federal Government has introduced legislation aimed at fortifying protections for Commonwealth frontline workers.

The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) and Microsoft have embarked on a $5 billion threat sharing partnership.

Experts say many AI tools lack adequate safeguards to prevent mass health disinformation.

A UNreport says North Korea’s cyberattacks have brought in US$3 billion to fund nuclear weapons endeavours.

Researchers say AI could help predict floods.

Australia’s asbestos mulch issue continues to expand.

Body worn cameras will become standard equipment for WorkSafe inspectors in the NT.

A Victorian metal finisher has been charged after a fatal crush.

Australia has banned the use of engineered stone, effective from 1 July 2024 in most states and territories.

Scientists and industry leaders are pushing for action on clean indoor air.

Over 100 world leaders have voiced their support for the finalisation of the ‘Pandemic Accord’.

New figures suggest Australia saw a decline in opioid after PBS policy changes.

Nearly four years since the COVID-19 pandemic's peak, Australian state and territory governments are still chasing down over $70 million in unpaid hotel quarantine fees.

Planned strikes that could have interrupted holiday flight plans have been postponed.

The Victorian Government says it is enhancing transparency in the planning system and boosting accountability within local governments.

A new survey has uncovered extensive ‘covert’ sexual harassment at Australian mines.

Authorities are investigating a partial mine collapse that resulted in the death of an underground worker in Victoria.

Researchers are working on a range of new bushfire-prevention technologies.

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