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Latest news from Smh.com.au - Health feed

  1. Owner of Lyneham business Book Lore hit by thieves - again - and vows to not leave but get better

    03.29 / 05:06 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Lyneham's Book Lore is the little book shop that could - and it's going to keep on chugging despite devastating…
  2. I won't back down: Sally McManus doubles down on law-breaking, backs CFMEU

    03.29 / 05:06 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    ACTU boss Sally McManus has doubled down on her support for industrial law-breaking, shrugging off the "meltdown" about her earlier comments and strongly backing the militant construction…
  3. Canberra artists lobby for extra funding outside ACT Legislative Assembly

    03.29 / 05:06 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Dozens of artists, musicians and performers rally in Civic…
  4. 'Senator in exile' Rod Culleton pens bizarre letter to PM claiming Western Australia 'not part of the Commonwealth'

    03.29 / 05:06 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    When former One Nation senator Rod Culleton first confronted the High Court challenge that would end his brief political career, he memorably remarked that constitutional law was "right up my veggie pat…
  5. Jockeys and trainers at odds with Racing Victoria over merger

    03.29 / 05:06 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Australian jockeys, trainers and senior racing executives have come out in full support of the proposed $11 billion merger between TabCorp and…
  6. Suncorp Super Netball, 2017: Di Honey and daughter Tayla a sweet Vixens team

    03.29 / 04:45 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    When the sporting Honey family finally sat down to watch some old footage of one of the elite netballers in its midst, eldest daughter Tayla, an aspiring Australian midcourter and Melbourne Vixens training partner, saw for the first time the player her mother Di had…
  7. 'I'm not accusing anyone': Gordon murder accused told police he was innocent

    03.29 / 04:45 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    The man accused of fatally stabbing his wife to death in their Gordon home protested his innocence and urged police to question her father and brother when he was grilled in the hours after the attack, a court…
  8. Tim Simona charged with obtain benefit by deception over dealings with charities

    03.29 / 04:45 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Former Wests Tigers centre Tim Simona has been charged by police on Wednesday with in relation to his dealings with…
  9. Too many awkward moments: why allocated seating just feels wrong in cinemas

    03.29 / 04:25 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Undemocratic, unAustralian and sometimes…
  10. Nick Kyrgios through to Miami Open quarter-finals with win over David Goffin

    03.29 / 04:25 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Nick Kyrgios has continued his hot run with a straight-sets fourth-round defeat of eighth seed David Goffin at the Miami…
  11. Kelly Slater edges out Mick Fanning in Margaret River Pro first round

    03.29 / 04:04 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Kelly Slater has gained early bragging rights over Mick Fanning at the Margaret River…
  12. Teacher at Berwick Christian school charged with grooming, sexual assault of child

    03.29 / 04:04 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    A teacher at a Christian school in Melbourne's south-east has been arrested and charged with child grooming and the sexual assault of a…
  13. Billboard urges shearers to report drug use

    03.29 / 04:04 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Animal rights group PETA is calling on shearers to report drug use following an investigation which exposed disturbing video footage of sheep being stomped on, brutally cut and bashed with hammers.  …
  14. John returns home after Debbie's visit, finds beach shack battered and ruined

    03.29 / 03:20 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    What's left inside mostly wasn't in the best condition before Debbie's visit but the one thing John Andersen wanted to save, a newish flatscreen TV, is also…
  15. 'Pack up and go': Cyclone Debbie destruction is final straw for motel owner

    03.29 / 03:20 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Airlie Beach man ready to walk away from business that's been in the family 50…
  16. Wentworth Avenue upgrades complete

    03.29 / 02:58 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Federal ACT Senator Zed Seselja and ACT transport minister Meegan Fitzharris announced the completion of upgrades to Wentworth Avenue on …
  17. Superintendent Bernard Ryan acquitted of domestic violence charges

    03.29 / 02:35 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
     A decorated senior police officer has been acquitted of domestic violence charges against his ex-partner with a magistrate expressing doubts about the woman's version of events. SHARE Share on Facebook SHARE Share on Twitter TWEET Link …
  18. Ladies in Black at the Canberra Theatre takes us back to 1950s Sydney

    03.29 / 02:35 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Much of the appeal of this new Australian musical about the women who work in a department store lies in the exploration of the social history of the…
  19. Gun culture is more dangerous than any gunman

    03.29 / 02:15 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    The recent furore over the importation of powerful pump action shotguns might have been couched in terms of liberty, but there is a dark side just beneath the…
  20. Sydney weather: Warning issued as Cyclone Debbie remnant collides with cold front

    03.29 / 01:50 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Sydney and coastal regions are in for their share of wild weather as an arriving cold front meets the remnant tropical low from Cyclone…