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Latest news from Smh.com.au - Health feed

  1. 'I squealed like a school girl': Freo man on hunt for Good Samaritan

    01.19 / 09:33 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    A Fremantle man wants to find the Good Samaritan who returned over $2000 cash after he left it in an ANZ bank machine just before…
  2. Australian Open 2017: Bernard Tomic ready for 'awkward' encounter

    01.19 / 08:11 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    With Nick Kyrgios' infamous exit from the second round o f the Australian Open now complete, all eyes in the men's draw now turns to Bernard…
  3. When does President Donald Trump's inauguration take place?

    01.19 / 07:51 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Everything you need to know about the 45th President of the United States…
  4. Sundance Film Festival 2017: Toni Collette in Fun Mom Dinner leads Australian assault

    01.19 / 07:30 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Aussie director Alethea Jones lands prestigious nomination ahead of the…
  5. Jamiroquai releasing first album, Automation, in seven years and announce tour plans

    01.19 / 07:10 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Just when it looked like Jamiroquai was set to become a distant string of dance floor anthems, the group have announced their first new music in seven…
  6. ABS labour force data shows Queensland lost 30,000 jobs in one year

    01.19 / 04:05 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    More than 13,000 people lost their jobs in Queensland in one month, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics latest labour force…
  7. Police hunting man 'acting suspiciously at fast food outlets' near young children

    01.19 / 03:45 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Detectives are hunting a man who has been acting suspiciously at fast food outlets across Perth while seated near young…
  8. Giveaway - win tickets to the Ben & Jerry's Openair Cinemas in Canberra

    01.19 / 03:24 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    The Ben & Jerry's Openair Cinemas are back for 2017 - and we have four double passes to get you…
  9. Manchester United oust Real Madrid at top of revenue league

    01.19 / 03:04 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Manchester United are a long way from winning the English Premier League again but are back on top of another table - as soccer's biggest…
  10. South Korean court rejects bid to arrest Samsung heir in presidential corruption scandal

    01.19 / 02:43 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    A South Korean court has refused to allow the arrest of Samsung's de facto chairman Lee Jae-yoing for his alleged role in an explosive corruption scandal that has riveted South…
  11. Police investigating fire on Isa Street in Fyshwick

    01.18 / 21:37 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Police are investigating a structure fire in Fyshwick after emergency services were called to the scene late on Wednesday…
  12. Australian Open 2017: Best and most creatively dressed tennis players

    01.18 / 08:55 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    The first days of the Australian Open have already produced some fashion winners -- and a few double…
  13. Premier meets with Qld Rail over timetable

    01.18 / 08:35 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk has met with Queensland Rail to get an update about the rollout of the back-to-work train…
  14. Live uni offers 2017: Entry marks fall as 44,000 NSW students offered university places

    01.18 / 07:12 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    See the courses that have risen and fallen as university offers are delivered to thousands of NSW…
  15. Choosing a uni course is the first step on a winding path

    01.18 / 06:31 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    The take-home for this year's students is not to give up on their hopes if their marks fall just below the cut-off for the course they most…
  16. Council slammed for facilitating 'illegal' Roe 8 protests

    01.18 / 05:50 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    A local council has been accused by one of its own of 'facilitating illegal activities' after it threw its support behind Roe 8 protesters by allowing the group to camp on a local…
  17. One Nation brands Centrelink robo-debt recovery 'malicious' and 'criminal'

    01.18 / 05:29 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    One Nation senator Brian Burston has labelled Centrelink's contentious debt-recovery system "malicious and bordering on the criminal", adding Pauline Hanson's party to the chorus of concern surrounding the automated…
  18. Robo-debt: Centrelink workers threatened with prosecution as bosses try to stem the leaks

    01.18 / 05:09 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Centrelink accused of monstering its workers with threats in a bid to keep its…
  19. Queensland lockout laws: Calls for new laws to be wound back

    01.18 / 04:48 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Young people are being treated like a "political football" in the debate over controversial lockout…
  20. The summer I ... froze in the Cold War

    01.18 / 04:28 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    The summer I found myself under KGB surveillance in the winter of the Cold WarBy TONY WRIGHTThe secret men on the 23rd floor of the Hotel Viru must have been disappointed.There I was, a Western journalist, witnessing what would turn out tobe the final chapter of one of the most consequential periods of the20th century - and I was a dead loss to the secret police.I was meeting no one and saying nothing in my room, unless I wasspeaking in my sleep.I had no idea the KGB was monitoring me with…