Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Parliamentary Secretary for the Central Coast and the Hunter Hon. Scot MacDonald MLC is calling for the activists behind the Aussie Farms website be held accountable for the damages caused by their reckless and ill-informed stunt.
2018 was the third hottest year on record for Australia, according to the latest Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) data released this morning. The BOM ‘Annual Climate Statement’ confirms that mean temperature was the third...
By Associate Professor Seana Gall Stroke Foundation Clinical Council member Let’s be honest, how much time did you waste on clickbait lists in 2018? You know the ones, like “seven ways to look ten years younger”. In the interests of short attention spans...
Seven people lost their lives on NSW roads during Operation Safe Arrival conducted over the Christmas/New Year period - 21 fewer than the same time last year. Twenty-eight lives were lost during Operation Safe Arrival 2017/2018. Assistant Commissioner Michael Corboy...
There were four Christmas coastal drownings nationally and five in NSW alone last week and Surf Lifesavers are on high alert heading into New Year. All support services are on standby as well as lifesavers in force across all...
Four years ago, Tania Shirgwin never made it to her family Christmas lunch. The 47 year old woke up on Christmas morning ready to take on the day. She needed to pick her mother up and drive to their family...
Thousands of Australians can take heart as new research from the University of South Australia shows a dairy-enhanced Mediterranean diet will significantly increase health outcomes for those at risk of cardiovascular disease – and it’s even more effective than...
Australian exporters show record high levels of market confidence in a new research report released today, despite the current global political and economic environment. The annual DHL Export Barometer, now in its 15th year, shows that 61% of exporters reported...
It's a truism that walking — as with most forms of exercise — is good for you. John Howard credited his longevity as PM, in part, to daily walks; Albert Einstein walked to sharpen his mind; writer Henry David Thoreau...
Australians have been given the opportunity to have their say on the future of two of Australia’s biggest killers, heart disease and stroke. A survey is now open as part of the National Heart and Stroke Action Plan, a joint...
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