The Labor Party received support from the newspaper, Sydney Morning Herald, three years ago on Tuesday for a second term of government.
Labor has offered high hopes for 7,000 cancer patients through its promise to pump in $15m for establishing a network of regional and rural cancer care nurses. The funding will support cancer patients over a period of the next four years.
A Federal Government decision has turned out to be shocking for more than 400 towns across Australia to lose their only pharmacy. The Pharmacy Guild of Australia said the decision was aimed to alter remuneration to pharmacists under the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
A group of researchers from Curtin University in Perth have carried out a research. As per the research, it has been found that people can weigh differently on different places on Earth.
It has been due to the differing gravity of Earth. Study researchers were of the view that the planet is not spherical and uniformly dense and this caused the Earth to have differing level of gravity.
A 70-year-old Canberra man thought to achieve sexual gratification through fork. He inserted the utensil into his urethra, but it got stuck and the organ started to bleed.
He reached at Emergency Department of Canberra Hospital. Doctors could not see the utensil, but they were able to feel it and its position inside the body got cleared through an X-ray.
Australia has been giving a tough fight to obesity and diabetes. But it seems that fruitful results have not been found.
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd on Sunday announced that $122 million would be spent on the transformation of Westmead Hospital and enhancement of research facilities in western Sydney.
Of the $122 million amount set aside by the government, $100 million will be spent to transform Westmead Hospital at Parramatta into a state-of-the-art, multi-level facility.
British youngsters will face the problem of mismatch in the future as the number of newborn girls is lagging far behind that of newborn boys.
According to a recent development, it has been revealed that pharmacists may have a run for their money soon. According to some changes in the remuneration norms for pharmacists, it is being feared that as many as 1000 pharmacists could lose their jobs. This might happen due to the proposed changes planned by the pharmaceutical benefits Scheme PBS.
Some scientists at Queensland have said that they have prepared or actually brewed up a hydrating beer.
This was done by the researchers from Griffith University's health institute. So, they've found a way of improving beer and quenching your thirst with a better drink.
May it be the loss realized in spreading out opportunities or the loss of profitability and productivity, the same has left coal miners in Australia in a state of grief. It has been found that the industry has been heading to the final stage of the process of mourning.
As per the findings, the five stages of grief include denial, anger and bargaining, which are followed by depression and finally, acceptance.
A new Auckland-Perth service will be started by Qantas this summer. It has also launched new transtasman schedule as its partnership With Emirates takes off.
Details of a scam were revealed by SkyCity Chief Financial Officer James Burrell at the company's full year result presentation. He said they are working hard to recover the debts.
Nearly $3 million of SkyCity money was made last year by a group of 20 Asian gamblers. It affected the company's end of year result.
According to experts, thousands of people living in NSW do not know that they are actually infected with HIV. They are unaware that they are risking lives of others too through unsafe sex practices.
The rates of HIV diagnosis soared up to 24% between 2011 and 2012. The figures led the Rudd government to announce a $25 million prevention program. The announcement was made this week in a bid to address the problem.
Michelle Bridges is a known Australian personal trainer and television personality. It is said that fitness is very close to her heart.
Her association with fitness is not a new phenomenon. In fact, Bridges is in love with fitness since the time she was quite young and was in school. Bridges has attended high school in New South Wales, Australia.
Drinking can cause damage to teeth also, but few people worry about the potential damage that drinking can cause their teeth, a study by the Australian Dental Association and Oral B revealed.
According to the recently published findings of the study, three quarters of young people in Australia, who drink alcohol regularly, admitted that they didn’t always brush their teeth after drinking.
Young boys want to look fit and sporty to be happy, a fresh study by Victoria’s Deakin University researchers revealed.
The researchers interviewed nearly 70 boys and girls aged between eight and ten to discover what body shapes boys want to have, and found that children, by the age of eight, already had developed ideals for a definite body.
Players bad-mouthing for a frozen mortgage fund's control were evaluated recently. The blazing review has been released by an Australian judge.
The squabbling has resulted in ambushing of the cash of Kiwi investors. It has been found that the Queensland Supreme Court has placed orders that FTI Consulting should wound up the LM First Mortgage Income Fund.
In a recent report, it has been revealed that there has been found a new way to check little kids for inflictions such as autism. Scientists are of the view that with this novel technique, children as young as 12 months old could now be checked for autism.
PSA testing has been dubbed as a useful early detection tool by some of the world's top prostate cancer specialists. An announcement was made for the same by them at the Prostate Cancer World Congress in Melbourne on Wednesday.
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