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Statement from Chief Public Health Officer of Canada Dr. Theresa Tam on World

March 24, 2019 – Ottawa, ON – Public Health Agency of Canada Today, on World Tuberculosis Day, I am encouraged by

News Perth abandoned baby Booragoon update

A Perth woman who found a newborn abandoned at a medical centre has made an emotional plea to the child's mother,

Cyclone Veronica: Red alert for West Australian storm

A powerful, slow-moving cyclone is lashing parts of the West Australian coast, bringing destructive wind gusts, flooding rain and dangerous tide

Gladys Berejiklian becomes NSW’s first elected female premier after Labor vote collapses

Coogee, East Hills, Penrith... these were some of the Sydney seats Labor needed to win to form government in NSW for

Barbra Streisand criticised for defending Michael Jackson, saying abuse ‘didn’t kill’ his victims

"Oh, absolutely. That was too painful," says Streisand, who told the paper she met Jackson a couple of times and turned

Waratahs defeat emotion-charged Crusaders to send message to competition

When Israel Folau scored a try in the 74th minute, off a penalty advantage that Bernard Foley kicked to the right

Al Noor and Linwood mosques re-open a week after massacre

The Al Noor Mosque, where 42 people died in New Zealand’s worst terrorist attack, has reopened.In a hugely symbolic moment for

Mickey Arthur fumes after Imad Wasim drops sitter

Pakistan’s reputation for poor fielding goes back decades, and Imad Wasim’s effort in the opening one-day international against Australia shows they

Premier Gladys Berejiklian casts vote as Michael Daley grabs lucky pie

Before he cast his vote, Opposition leader Michael Daley’s first Election Day commitment was for what he calls his lucky pie

Premier Gladys Berejiklian loses poll on voting day

A last-minute poll has delivered worrying news for NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian as voting in the state election begins.A news.com.au poll

Cervix bacteria, immune factors, could be a warning signal of premature birth, reports new research

A new study from the University of Maryland reports that knowing which bacteria lurk in the mother’s cervix, as well as

Nicole Kidman is masterful in LA neo-noir

Grizzled, weary and wizened detectives are littered throughout movie history. They don’t take gruff and they don’t particularly care if people

New survey indicates need of attention to neglected tropical diseases

Although neglected diseases account for 11% of the global disease burden, they are targeted by only a small proportion of the

Optus Just Tripled The Data On $35 Pre-Paid Plans

For a limited time, Optus is adding an extra 25GB to its $30 prepaid mobile plans. This brings the total to 35GB of data per month – more than triple the usual data allowance. The plan also comes with a bonus 10GB of ‘Streaming Data’ so you’re actually getting 45GB for 35 bucks. Nice!

Facebook staff had access to hundreds of millions of people’s passwords

Facebook has revealed it didn't properly mask the passwords of hundreds of millions of its users and stored them as plain

Novel plasmid could hold key to control of mosquito-borne illness

A team of international researchers may have identified a new way to control mosquito-borne illnesses, according to a new study published

NRL 2019: Dragons v Rabbitohs, calls for Zac Lomax to return

St George Illawarra coach Paul McGregor made the shock call to overlook young gun Zac Lomax in the opening two rounds,

Men often use metaphors to cope with their partner’s miscarriage

"Lost gift." "Cataclysm." "Death of a loved one." "Emptiness." "Chaotic movement." "Rock." "Guard." "Repairman. "Secondary character." Researchers at the University of

What We Know And Don’t Know About Google’s New Gaming Platform Stadia

Google shared a lot of information about it’s new video game streaming platform at yesterday’s GDC presentation, and we’ve learned even

Death toll soars after African cyclone

Aid workers have scrambled to save hundreds trapped by floods around the Mozambican port city of Beira, after a powerful cyclone

Theresa May seeks EU approval to delay Brexit until June 30

Updated March 21, 2019 02:49:32 Photo: Theresa May has set the date, but the EU must agree. (AP: Matt Dunham) British

Team selection: Round 1 – carltonfc.com.au

THE team is in. Carlton has named the 22 tasked with taking on Richmond in tomorrow night’s season opener at the

Fierce reaction to Channel 7 controversy

The fallout to Channel 7’s Tayla Harris controversy continues as support for the AFLW star floods social media.The network took down

Compounds in coffee could slow prostate cancer growth

Researchers from Japan have noted that certain compounds in coffee could slow and even stop the progress of prostate cancer. Image

Kenneth To dead | former Australian swimmer dies at 26

World swimming is in mourning after former Australia and Hong Kong star Kenneth To died at the age of 26 in

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