Health and Safety
Airbus Defence and Space has confirmed that one of its A400M Atlas aircraft was involved in an accident near the Sevilla (Spain) Airport on May 09 during a test flight.
A Russian spacecraft, Progress M-27M, which failed in its attempt to carry supplies to the International Space Station, has burned up on re-entry over the Pacific Ocean after falling back to Earth.
A new device designed to detect the heartbeats has been used to rescue four men trapped under rubble following the recent earthquake in Nepal.
A Russian spacecraft intended to resupply the International Space Station (ISS) has entered an out-of-control spin, and begun falling back to Earth.
Faulty ignition switches in General Motors cars have led to the deaths of 80 people and injured 148.
The Australian government-mandated plain packaging of tobacco packets has been shown to reduce the number of people smoking, according to the British Medical Journal.
The Australian Federal Court has found health and safety products company, Safety Compliance, guilty of making false and misleading representations and of making false and of engaging in misleading or deceptive conduct in its dealings with Australian small businesses.
A landmark coroners report, released in February in the UK, has called on airlines to take action to address the problem of toxic cabin air.
At least eight workers have been killed and many others are still trapped, feared dead, after the roof of a five-story cement factory collapsed in Bangladesh on Thursday.
Mondelez International, which makes Vegemite in Australia, has disputed claims by a New Zealand woman that a local one dollar coin was found in her Vegemite packet.