Drug companies are spending thousands of dollars on Australian nurses and their employers support this.
Kate Aubusson Taking out 10th place among 188 countries, Australia was just four points behind top-ranked Iceland.
Harriet Alexander The world ain't all sunshine and rainbows, Rocky Balboa would say, though it is anybody's guess why so many people spend their leisure time watching gloomy movies about it.
Rania Spooner The first Australian showing of a film by a disgraced former doctor who's "fraudulent" research underpinned the anti-vaccination movement has drawn a firestorm of outrage to a small film festival in country Victoria.
Marcus Strom A Sydney Uni study finds evidence of bias in industry-funded research into artificial sweeteners.
Kate Aubusson Cancer patients face uncertainty, as a scathing report criticises health authorities for their part in Dr John Gyrgiel's chemotherapy underdosing
Julie Power There is nothing "accidental" about the 1.25 million people - 3400 a day - who die in crashes around the world each year, the World Health Organisation's injury prevention director says.
Sarah Muller Female health professionals are at double the risk of suicide than women in other professions, according to new research.
Harriet Alexander Childhood obesity has become so entrenched that the perception of a healthy weight has shifted, with one in five NSW children qualifying as overweight or obese.
Senator Fiona Nash and Minister for Regional Communication wrote to Yass Council, Incumbent Mayor Rowena Abbey and Member ...
With the heavy rain on Wednesday, September 21, the Yass Police placed a majority of its resources on proactive measures ...
Seventeen roads have been closed across the Yass Valley as a result of flood water from Wednesday’s heavy ...