Residents of Lake Macquarie City, like every other place in Australia, were heading out in droves today (estimated 1 in 3) to have a flutter on the $100 million Powerball. The record equalling $100 million Australian lottery prize is...
A multi-million dollar shipment of methamphetamine has been seized and two people arrested following a joint agency operation in Sydney. The Australian Federal Police (AFP), Australian Border Force (ABF), New South Wales Police Force (NSWPF), NSW Crime Commission and Department...
Farmers across eastern Australia are enduring what some have called the worst drought in living memory. On Wednesday, the entire state of New South Wales was declared to be drought-affected. It is the same situation in more than half of...
The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) has welcomed the rollout of the My Health Record (My HR) system, which they believe will result in safer and more effective healthcare. Commenting on the system, RACP President Associate Professor Mark Lane...
They say ‘an apple a day keeps the doctor away’. In time, we may well be saying ‘an orange, or two, a day keeps the eye disease away.’ New research has shown that regularly eating oranges may significantly help in...
An 18-year-old man faced Wyong Local Court yesterday (Sunday, July 15) charged over the malicious damage of a vehicle and the break-in of a home on the Central Coast on Saturday evening. He was refused bail to appear in the...
The opportunity for Australian households and businesses to improve their electricity affordability now depends on the Commonwealth and State Governments making the difficult decisions to fix the problem. This is the recommendation outlined today by the ACCC which has taken...
Research has shown that a majority of drivers on our roads don't believe texting while driving is dangerous. New research conducted by the Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety - Queensland (CARRS-Q) has found that drivers are more concerned...
Diabetes Australia has warned that failure to implement a comprehensive national type 2 diabetes early detection program could be costing the Australian health system more than $700 million each year. Diabetes Australia is calling for emergency departments and GP clinics...
In 2018, National Diabetes Week will continue to raise awareness about the importance of early detection and early treatment for all types of diabetes as part of the "It's About Time" campaign. National Diabetes Week runs until July 14, 2018. Please...
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