Be careful what rocks you collect at the beach, you may be picking up one of the many pieces of asbestos that find their way onto the Northern Territory’s coastline.
“I really had to go,” one offender told a French newspaper after he was fined in a crackdown. “When I saw the wording of the ticket, I felt like laughing, but I was also a little ashamed.”
Queensland miner Tyrone Buckton never spent a day underground but last week died from inhaling a mineral that the union says could pose a greater workplace hazard than coal dust.
A UK medical tribunal rules a gynaecologist who was involved in a delivery which resulted in an unborn baby being decapitated during delivery can return to work.
Indonesia correspondent David Lipson says that during his final appeal, Tan Duc Thanh Nguyen said “he loved Indonesia and I would never intentionally damage or hurt its reputation.”
Some women with early stage breast cancer may no longer need to have chemotherapy to increase their chance of survival, a new trial shows.