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Latest news from Theage.com.au - Health feed

  1. New players' association president Cameron Smith puts focus on wellbeing as well as money

    03.29 / 05:22 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    New Rugby League Players Association president Cameron Smith has continued the trend of elite stars taking leadership roles in their unions but he has warned financial issues won't be his sole…
  2. Females make up nearly half of ACT policing's 18 new recruits

    03.29 / 05:22 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Canberrans will have an extra 18 officers working to keep them safe from next month with ACT Policing's newest…
  3. Owner of Lyneham business Book Lore hit by thieves - again - and vows to not leave but get better

    03.29 / 05:02 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Lyneham's Book Lore is the little book shop that could - and it's going to keep on chugging despite devastating…
  4. Broncos coach Wayne Bennett feels for Des Hasler but knows opportunity knocks

    03.29 / 04:49 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The Broncos, who have already played last season's top four sides, now meet the embattled Bulldogs as one rival coach reached out to…
  5. Muslims shouldn't feel obliged to apologise for terrorist attacks

    03.29 / 04:49 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Unless you've been living under one yourself, you've probably heard about the women's silent protest on London's Westminster Bridge, where about 100 mostly Muslim women joined hands to show that "terror will not defeat and divide…
  6. Creepy creature found on South Beach identified

    03.29 / 04:49 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Did these Freo locals find the infamous Tooheys Extra Dry tongue washed up on South…
  7. Suncorp Super Netball, 2017: Di Honey and daughter Tayla a sweet Vixens team

    03.29 / 04:44 www.theage.com.au Theage.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…
  8. 'I'm not accusing anyone': Gordon murder accused told police he was innocent

    03.29 / 04:44 www.theage.com.au Theage.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…
  9. Tim Simona charged with obtain benefit by deception over dealings with charities

    03.29 / 04:44 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Former Wests Tigers centre Tim Simona has been charged by police on Wednesday with in relation to his dealings with…
  10. Too many awkward moments: why allocated seating just feels wrong in cinemas

    03.29 / 04:16 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Undemocratic, unAustralian and sometimes…
  11. Nick Kyrgios through to Miami Open quarter-finals with win over David Goffin

    03.29 / 04:16 www.theage.com.au Theage.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…
  12. 10-year-old boy accused of raping 8-year-old boy may withdraw guilty plea

    03.29 / 04:09 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A 10-year-old boy accused of raping an eight-year-old boy at knifepoint may withdraw his guilty plea after concerns were raised about his capacity to understand the court…
  13. Billboard urges shearers to report drug use

    03.29 / 03:55 www.theage.com.au Theage.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. No, I'm not 'lucky' that my husband helps out around the house

    03.29 / 03:10 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    By praising me for being 'hands-on' we only cement gender…
  15. Australia v UAE 2017: Ugly win, but Australia breathes life into direct-route hope

    03.29 / 03:10 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Back on track. Just. A win is a win, and boy didn't the Socceroos need this…
  16. Why Fairfax is being stalked by private equity

    03.29 / 03:06 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    It appears almost a fait accompli that Fairfax Media is now in play. How the giant private equity group, TPG, which has reportedly acquired just under 5 per cent of the company's shares, runs the process or deals with the assets is yet …
  17. 'Rent now, pay forever': Radio Rentals faces class action over misleading consumers

    03.29 / 03:06 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Home appliance rental giant Radio Rentals is facing a class action accused of "unfair and unconscionable practices" that has hurt up to 200,000 customers to the tune of up to $50…
  18. Man accused of deadly rampage on Bussell Highway in rehab for brain injury

    03.29 / 03:01 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Shaun Southern is charged with murder, acts or omission causing bodily harm or death and reckless driving in relation to the February…
  19. Father pleads guilty to murdering his two young children in their Yanchep home

    03.29 / 02:19 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A Perth father has pleaded guilty to murdering his two young children in their Yanchep home in October last…
  20. Gun culture is more dangerous than any gunman

    03.29 / 02:05 www.theage.com.au Theage.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…