One of two men who sneaked into WA from Victoria to attend the AFL grand final has returned an inconclusive COVID test.
The latest snapshot of COVID-19 cases, measures and impacts in Australia at 1730 AEST on Tuesday, September 28.
A UK study suggests eating fruit and vegetables is linked with good mental health in children.
South Australian Premier Steven Marshall says the state will use its own and national modelling to set ongoing COVID-19 restrictions.
A new phone app to support children’s mental health and wellbeing has been launched by the Federal Government and includes information, ideas and guidance for parents to help them support their kids.
BreastScreen NSW clinics will gradually re-open to provide free mammograms again after closing when staff were redeployed to help with the pandemic.
The Tweed, Byron shires, and Kempsey are coming out of lockdown in NSW, while Port Macquarie and Muswellbrook have been given stay-at-home orders for a week.
NSW has reported 863 locally acquired COVID-19 cases and seven deaths for the latest 24-hour reporting period.
Morale at WA hospitals is at such a low ebb that many senior doctors would not recommend the State’s health services to others.
The doctor behind what was once heralded as Perth’s leading anti-ageing and wellness clinic has been banned from practising for almost two years.
Those unvaccinated against COVID-19 may stay effectively locked out of daily life after December and should get jabbed immediately, NSW's health minister says.
The new therapy requires few dosages, is simple to administer, has low side effects and is also ‘extremely low cost’.
The COVID-19 pandemic is 20 months old and a survey suggests there’s still intolerance for deaths from the virus in WA.
China plans to cut down on the number of abortions carried out for "non-medical purposes" under new guidelines the cabinet says are aimed at improving health.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has signalled when overseas travel will be back on the cards, saying international borders may reopen ‘well before’ the end of the year.
After three months of lockdown, the NSW government has revealed new freedoms when 80 per cent of eligible people are double vaccinated against COVID-19.
NSW has recorded 787 local COVID-19 cases and 12 deaths in the latest 24-hour reporting period.
A second advertising campaign encouraging West Australians to get vaccinated against COVID-19 — this time bankrolled by Tourism Council WA — will hit television screens and social media feeds today.
Non-medical staff will begin jabbing West Australians with COVID-19 vaccines within weeks, as the Government seeks to urgently return nurses to hospitals.
A couple who lost their baby son have made it their mission to educate prospective parents on steps to reduce the risk of stillbirth.
New hope is being given to Australians living with the deadliest and most common form of brain cancer, with funding made available to enable a clinical trial on glioblastoma multiforme.
NSW has recorded 961 local COVID-19 cases and nine deaths in the latest 24-hour reporting period.
Some 27,000 heart health checks have been missed due to COVID-19, meaning nearly 350 heart attacks, strokes or heart-related deaths won't be prevented.
Victoria has recorded a slight dip in COVID cases after yesterday’s record high of 847. A further 11 people have succumbed to the virus in the Eastern States. ALL THE LATEST FROM ACROSS THE NATION
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