Sydney Morning Herald, 13 July 2007, page 5 “New recall of blankets expected”  (refers to formaldehyde)

 

Industry Search Australia & NZ, 27 August 2007 “Australia acknowledges Canadian chemicals regulations”

 

Ragtrader, 7 September 2007, page 5 “Clothes scare prompts standard” (refers to formaldehyde)

 

Sun-Herald, 9 September 2007, page 13 “Babies at risk from non-stick chemical” (relates to PFOA, perfluorooctanoic acid)

 

Chemical Regulation Reporter, Vol 31, Number 40, 8 October 2007, page 949, “Australia Agency Recommends Ban on Lead in Industrial Surface Coatings, Inks”

 

Sydney Morning Herald, Special Investigation – Silent Killers, 22 to 26 October 2007, notably:

• 22 October 2007 pages 1,14 “Name your poison – it’s legal”; “Bacteria fighter may be raising risk” (refers to triclosan);
• 23 October 2007 page 13 “Chemicals have turned homes into toxic zones”; and
• 26 October 2007 page 14 Editorial “Not to be taken lightly”

 

Chemistry in Australia, May 2008, page 38: “NICNAS compliance and imported chemicals” and “New NICNAS cosmetic regulations”

 

Chemwatch, 9 May 2008, page 5, “PEC Program”

 

Sun-Herald, 25 May 2008 page 38, ”Toxic Toys in the Firing Line”

 

Sunday Age, 25 May 2008, page 4, “Push to ban plastic toy chemicals linked to health issues in baby boys”

 

Sydney Morning Herald, 12 June 2008, Essential page 14, “Trouble beneath the bubbles”

 

Sydney Morning Herald, 14-15 June 2008, My Career page 10, “From beaker to bureau”

 

Chemistry in Australia, June 2008, Hazmat and environment page 38, “Phase-out of lead compounds in coatings and inks”