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On the 28th of April 2022, Australia will once again mark World Day for Safety and Health at Work and Workers’ Memorial Day. A day  to reflect on the injuries, fatalities and harm that people are exposed to at work and to remember those who have died in the workplace. While much has been done to improve workplace safety in ...

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Australia is a large country, and most of us rely on our cars to get where we need to go. Having a Despite restrictions on travel due to COVID-19 over the past few years, Australia still has more than 1.6 million people in the country on temporary and permanent visas. Some of those people are simply here to visit and ...

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Australia is a large country, and most of us rely on our cars to get where we need to go. Having a driver’s licence is key to the independence that many of us enjoy. However, spending time behind the wheel comes with increased risks as we age. The effects of ageing can have a marked impact on your ability to ...

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We Australians spend a lot of time on the road, and that means most of us are no strangers to road rage incidents. A survey from Budget Direct found that 45% of the population admitted to showing signs of road rage occasionally and that a staggering 72% of respondents had been the victim of road rage incidents. Being involved with ...

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Dogs are one of Australia’s favourite pets, with about 40% of households owning at least one. We are also a driving nation, with most of us travelling long distances to work and holiday. So it should be no surprise that dogs riding in cars and utes are a common sight on Queensland roads. You do not have to look hard ...

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Modern medicine has been a revolution across the world. Improving the health and lifespan of our population gives us all a chance to live longer, happier lives. The medications that some of us take are critical to those health improvements, but they can also cause serious injury if they are administered incorrectly. Australia sees about 230,000 hospitalisations each year due ...

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