A coroner's report into the death of an INPEX worker last year finds guidelines around the wearing of safety harnesses at the scene were regularly ignored.
The idea of a baby resting in a sling suspended from a car's roof might seem odd today but it was among a wide variety of child restraint options in 1970 — and most people had no idea just how dangerous they really were.
Thousands of colourful water-absorbing balls, designed for the florist industry, have been sold as toys in Western Australia, sparking a voluntary recall over concerns they pose a serious danger to children.
Melbourne doctor Daniel Christidis is hailed as a "fantastic doctor" and an "exceptional character" by colleagues grieving his death from a shark attack in north Queensland this week.
North Queensland tourism operators say there are no obvious signs of a fall in visitors to the region in response to a spate of shark attacks, but behind the scenes many people are worried.
After a spate of drownings in north Queensland waters, questions have been raised about whether tourism authorities do enough to promote water safety to visitors.
The man, 26, was with friends when he collapsed not long after completing a hike in Kalbarri National Park to Nature's Window — located 485 km north of Perth.
Many parents think baby walkers and exercise jumpers can help their child develop quicker, but in fact they do the opposite, experts warn.
An independent South Australian MP raises concerns about women's safety if Parliament votes tomorrow to deregulate shop trading hours.
A former employee of the Northern Territory's Inpex Ichthys LNG project speaks out against the company, saying mental health and safety concerns often came second to getting the job done.