Terminally ill breast cancer patients will have to pay $1600 a month for a lifesaving treatment, after the drug company rejected a government subsidy.
A subcontractor hired to be involved in Melbourne’s hotel COVID quarantine system because of links to an AFL star was accused of inappropriate behaviour towards nurses...
Religion & Spirituality
A church leader has ripped into the NSW government, claiming some coronavirus restrictions on religious gatherings border on discrimination.
Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews has been ordered to make another sworn statement to the hotel quarantine inquiry after investigators gained access to his phone...
Investigations are under way after an Ipswich Hospital patient passed away while receiving CPR from a staff member
Queensland Health is testing crew on a cargo ship off the Sunshine Coast amid reports it could be carrying a strain of COVID-19 never seen before in Australia.
Outrage over Mackay Birth Centre plan prompts $800k election promise
Victoria has recorded just one new coronavirus infection and no deaths overnight as Melburnians wake to their second day of more freedoms.
Food & Entertainment
It’s promoted as the healthy option, but a new study has found pink salt isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. In fact, it could even cause serious long-term harm.
A shocking number of Queenslanders underestimate their melanoma risk, with those at highest danger also the worst at predicting their chances of getting the potentially...
The Victorian government is reportedly considering one thing to make sure returned travellers isolate at home that would place less of a need on hotel quarantine.
A wardsman has been left traumatised after he was forced to jump in and help a nurse perform CPR on a patient in the emergency department at Ipswich Hospital.
A young Ipswich dad’s sudden death has prompted action from his friends and partner
A number of senior Victorian public servants could be forced to reappear in front of the hotel quarantine inquiry after damning evidence of misleading and incomplete...
A man who was unable to move or talk due to a brain injury miraculously, but briefly, recovered when he was given a sleeping pill.
More than 90 per cent of people hit with hefty covid fines have failed to pay them, with the State Government waiting on millions in unpaid debts.
Just days after the first flight from New Zealand landed in Australia, a turbulent weekend could see the future of other travel bubbles burst.
A leading health expert says fragments of coronavirus being found in Maroochydore sewage means people could be unknowingly carrying the virus
A nurse has been forced to have her badly injured thumb operated on by a surgeon via videolink after she was turned away from a hospital.
Annastacia Palaszczuk has confirmed she would vote to legalise voluntary assisted dying if her Labor government wins a third term at the October 31 election.