From 1st July 2019 you will be able to lodge an enquiry to obtain asset location information from the Dial Before You Dig referral service for work that you would like to commence the next business day.
Men and women who have physically demanding jobs like fencing may experience poorer mental and physical health if they delay their retirement.
Women and children are on the front line of the next generation of asbestos-related disease as young families run the risk of dangerous exposure via home renovations including replacing old fences.
Scientists are asking people to check their rainwater tanks, after new research revealed unsealed and damaged tanks could expose millions of Australians to the risk of mosquito-borne infectious diseases like dengue fever.
Australians travelling overseas should consult their doctor, at least two weeks before they leave home, to ensure they are vaccinated against measles.
The Victorian Government is pleading with Victorians to heed the warnings this summer and look after themselves and others – particularly the elderly and young children – when the weather heats up.
Recent media interest in the animal and human health risks associated with keeping backyard poultry has revealed the need for improved biosecurity education.
Senior Australians living in remote areas will benefit from a targeted new initiative to sustain, support and expand the aged care workforce in remote communities.
Trailer manufacturer, MaxiTRANS, has raised $11,982.09 for mental health awareness via a campaign for ‘R U OK? Day’. The Company again committed to donating 1% of transactions on the day to the cause after a successful 2017 campaign, which raised much needed support for suicide prevention.
The world’s biggest airborne robotics challenge is set to touch down in rural Queensland next week (24-28 September 2018), with more than 150 competitors from Australia and around the world.