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A greater understanding of Indigenous cultural practice could be the key to closing the gap on heart disease

Faced with disproportionately higher rates of heart disease than non-Indigenous people, an initiative is working with Australian hospitals to foster greater trust between the medical sector and Aboriginal and Torres

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The Trump before the Storm

By Nicholas Everard President of the United States Donald Trump has found himself at the eye of a political storm. American adult-film star Stormy Daniels, born Stephanie Clifford, has taken to

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United Against Bullying

By Erin Archer   Friday was National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence (NDA), which is an Australian school initiative that provides learning environments with a range of resources

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Helmet laws more a headache than helpful

By Nicholas Everard In Australia, current helmet laws can result in cyclists being fined upward of $300 for riding their bikes without a helmet. Now bike riders from across the

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Funding needed for Brain Cancer research

By Nicholas Everard The Neurosurgical Research Foundation has teamed up with the University of South Australia to take on brain cancer, head-on. Australia is currently facing a brain cancer crisis,

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NSW Record Highest Immunisation Rates

By Erin Archer   Back in 2010 immunisation rates in NSW stood at 87.6 percent, but now according to the Annual Immunisation Coverage Report the state has reached it’s highest