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Latest news from Smh.com.au - Health feed

  1. Moves to scrap 1am lockout given green light by parliamentary committee

    02.24 / 09:36 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Moves to scrap the 1am lockout in Queensland have been given the green light, with a parliamentary committee recommending a bill be…
  2. Judge rules against CFMEU on Games site

    02.24 / 09:16 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    The Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union unlawfully and intentionally held up work at a $126 million Gold Coast Commonwealth Games site for three weeks in 2016, a Federal Court judge has…
  3. Ben Smith injured as Waikato Chiefs end losing streak to Otago Highlanders

    02.24 / 09:16 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    James Lowe pounced on two wayward passes while Hika Elliot took advantage of a day-dreaming defence to give the Waikato Chiefs a 24-15 victory over a wasteful Otago Highlanders side who lost All Blacks fullback Ben Smith to a head injury on…
  4. Ricky Stuart says Edrick Lee departure leaves Canberra Raiders 'skinny'

    02.24 / 07:56 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Canberra Raiders coach Ricky Stuart admits winger's departure has left his squad…
  5. You've read about his rescue, now meet Lochie, and his loving new owners

    02.24 / 07:35 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    His neglect sparked outrage; his rescue, wonder. Now meet Lochie, Canberra's transformed…
  6. Plane crash at Bankstown Airport in Sydney's west

    02.24 / 07:35 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    A jet has skidded along the runway on its fuselage, triggering an emergency response, in an incident at Bankstown Airport in Sydney's…
  7. Michael McGurk planned to 'expose' accused murderer Ron Medich, court told

    02.24 / 07:35 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    The day before he was murdered, Michael McGurk told a businessman based in Hawaii that the following day he planned to "expose" Ron Medich, the man now accused of orchestrating his…
  8. Here's the real cost of spending an hour at the Royal Canberra Show

    02.24 / 06:31 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Thousands are expected to flood through the gates of Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC) today and tomorrow for the show, and there's no doubt they'll be leaving with lighter…
  9. Tony Abbott's attack on Malcolm Turnbull stuns colleagues

    02.24 / 06:10 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    An attempt by Tony Abbott to drag the Liberal Party to the political right appears to have backfired spectacularly as former Abbott loyalists broke ranks in disgust at comments they viewed as rank disloyalty to the party and an attempt to deliberately damage Malcolm …
  10. Victorian wicketkeeper Sam Harper out of hospital and back at home

    02.24 / 06:10 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Victorian wicketkeeper Sam Harper has returned home after spending almost a fortnight in an Adelaide hospital after a blow to the head in a Sheffield Shield…
  11. Assistant Minister for Immigration Alex Hawke intervenes to stop deportation of Sydney girl with autism

    02.24 / 06:10 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    A teenage girl with autism facing deportation after eight years living in Australia has been granted permanent residency, following an eleventh-hour intervention by the Assistant Immigration…
  12. 5 tweaks to make the Oscars great again

    02.24 / 06:10 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Cinema's night of nights need to be shorter, beginning by featuring a lot less Jimmy…
  13. Dead inmate looked on CCTV like he was just 'rolling a cigarette': Inquest

    02.24 / 06:10 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Dale Sloan was 24 when he took his own life at the Brisbane Correctional Centre in October…
  14. Philippine Senator Leila de Lima, critic of President Rodrigo Duterte, arrested

    02.24 / 05:50 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    One of the most vocal critics of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's deadly crackdown says drug charges are trumped…
  15. WorkSafe drops inquiry into application to demolish Mr Fluffy house without safeguards

    02.24 / 05:27 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    WorkSafe ACT will take no further action against a developer who failed to disclose presence of loose-fill asbestos in plans to knock down a Mr Fluffy…
  16. Reality check on insanity of wage growth

    02.24 / 05:27 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Do we have record low interest rates? Tick. Stagnant wages and chronic underpayment of workers? Definite tick. Added to that, wages for many actually will fall thanks to the Fair Work Commission decision on Sunday penalty rates ("Paying the penalty: thousands face wage cuts", February 24). Now we are told the Reserve Bank board is agonising over whether to cut interest rates further to help wages growth. Reportedly, it's Albert Einstein who said "The definition of insanity is doing the same…
  17. Bill shock for landlords as land tax skyrockets

    02.24 / 05:07 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Landlords have been hit by steep land tax increases from soaring property values, in some cases more than doubling tax bills and making investments…
  18. From the cheap seats

    02.24 / 03:01 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    In the interest of a broader perspective, time for a quick wrap of the week's world…
  19. Doctor who asked patient for sex had been warned to respect boundaries

    02.24 / 02:21 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    A Melbourne doctor who asked a patient for sex while offering to help her get a disability pension was twice warned specifically not to cross professional boundaries with…
  20. Neil Finn headlines four days of epic music at Port Beach

    02.24 / 02:21 www.smh.com.au Smh.com.au - Health
    Crowded House front man and music royalty Neil Finn will headline a brand spanking new four-day music festival in the beautiful surrounds of Fremantle's best…