Where women live influences decisions about breast cancer treatment
New research has found that the distance to cancer services may be influencing the treatment intentions of regional Queensland women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Will stretches be the answer on back pain?
The majority of Australians will struggle with back pain in their lifetime, but research commencing at the University of Canberra may offer a new solution through Pilates exercise.
Rural doctor shortage not solved
A new Australian Government Productivity Commission report highlights again that rural doctor shortages are damaging the health of rural and regional Australians.
Woolworths fined $3million over product safety
The Federal Court has ordered Woolworths to pay total penalties of $3.057 million for safety issues with house brand products sold in its supermarkets, Big W and Masters stores.
TAS pharmacist to be trained as flu immunisers
The annual impact of influenza is significant in Tasmania with 1434 ‘Flu notifications reported in 2015.
Traditional culture the focus in new ACT homes
A smoking ceremony saw work start on homes for older Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander residents.
Help for people affected by adoption
The Benevolent Society's Post-Adoption Support Queensland (PASQ) is running a series of workshops for people affected by adoption at the Gold Coast, as well as a retreat in Brisbane.
QLD referendum for fixed four-year parliamentary terms
The Queensland Government has requested the Governor's approval to issue the writ for a referendum for fixed four-year terms for Queensland’s Legislative Assembly.
Grandparents help families save billions on childcare
A study released by Australian Seniors Insurance Agency shows grandparents are easing the financial burden of childcare within families, by working on average two days a week as unpaid caregivers.
Old seniors more likely to drive than juniors
Australians aged 80-plus are now more likely to drive than 18-24 year-olds, the latest national data from Roy Morgan shows.
Mid 40degrees weekend heatwave forecast for WA
Severe to extreme heatwave conditions are expected for Perth, southwestern and inland Western Australia leading into the weekend and early next week.
Prostheses pricing reform needed
The Australian Government will look to make medical devices ranging from pacemakers to pins and plates more affordable and accessible for patients.
Report into QLD electricity pricing
The Queensland Productivity Commission (QPC) has released its Electricity Pricing Inquiry Draft Report.
NT Seniors Expo 2016 set to run
Seniors’ advocacy organisation COTA NT will receive a $10,000 Community Benefit Fund grant from the Norhtern Territory Government to hold its second annual Seniors Expo later this year.
WA Men's Shed Association grants
Support services for men in Western Australia will be bolstered by $225,000 in State Government funding for the Wwestern Austrlaia's Men's Shed Association over the next two years.
NT draft Guardianship of Adults Bill consultation
New legislation to reform and modernise adult guardianship in the Northern Territory was released for public consultation today.
WA improvement grants for aged care services
Western Australian aged care organisations are invited to apply for one-off grants aimed at helping older people living in regional towns, remain independent and engaged in their community.
2,500 Census Area Supervisors needed across Australia
Are you a good communicator, care about your community, and have strong project and people skills? If you answered yes, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) is keen to hear from you.
NSW GST plan benefits higher income earners
The NSW Premier Mike Baird’s revised proposal to increase the GST would leave low and modest income earners worse off, paying more of their income in GST.
New domestic violence funding for Gladstone QLD
Victims of domestic and family violence in Gladstone and surrounds will have access to greater support with an extra $3.7 million in funding over five years announced for local services.
VIC Police investigate Moe shooting
Latrobe Crime Investigation Unit detectives are investigating after a man was shot in the chest in Moe this morning.
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