In Today's Media

Lorna Jane employee suing over alleged fat shaming had history of psychiatric issues, court told (23/05/2017)
A woman suing Lorna Jane over allegations of fat shaming had a lengthy history of psychiatric issues before she started working for the activewear company, a court has heard.
Source: ABC

New negligence law follows Queensland tragedies (22/05/2017)
The Queensland government will create a new offence criminalising negligence causing death in the workplace in the wake of last year's Dreamworld and Eagle Farm tragedies.
Source: The Brisbane Times

Why so many star athletes suffer mental health problems (22/05/2017)
Netballer Caitlin Thwaites’ admission she has fought depression and anxiety ended a week headlined, in the sporting world, by the news that rugby league star Greg Inglis had checked himself into a mental health clinic.
Source: The New Daily

This sleep habit will help you avoid Mondayitis (22/05/2017)
If you’re feeling weary this morning even though you enjoyed seven to eight hours’ sleep, it’s because you mucked around with your waking time on the weekend. And now you’re paying for it with Monday-itis.
Source: The New Daily

Work schedules and team selection should take account of body clock time (19/05/2017)
Differences in body clocks that determine whether people perform better in the morning or evening can affect how well they work together in a team.
Source: SMH

Papasley OH&S manager called before doctor after diver's death, inquest told (18/05/2017)
The health and safety manager of pearl company Paspaley was phoned first, before a doctor, after one of the firm's divers drowned, an inquest has heard.
Source: ABC

Pilot killed in ultralight plane crash on NSW's Far North Coast (18/05/2017)
The pilot of a crashed ultralight plane that was missing on New South Wales' Far North Coast has died.
Source: ABC

Rail, Tram and Bus Union launches audit of violent hotspots after Brisbane bus driver's death (17/05/2017)
The Rail, Tram and Bus Union (RTBU) is launching a national audit of violent and antisocial hotpots in an effort to bolster drivers' safety across Australia.
Source: ABC