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Latest news from Theage.com.au - Health feed

  1. Donald Trump declines invite to throw first pitch at Washington Nationals MLB opener

    03.29 / 02:01 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Donald Trump will not participate in the longstanding Major League Baseball tradition of US presidents throwing out a ceremonial first pitch at Washington Opening Day…
  2. Drought and war heighten threat of not just one, but four famines

    03.29 / 01:50 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    For the first time since anyone can remember, there is a very real possibility of four famines - in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria and Yemen - breaking out at…
  3. WA Police investigate suspected gym shooting

    03.29 / 01:50 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Police found bullets in the premises at around 6am on Wednesday…
  4. Sydney weather: Warning issued as Cyclone Debbie remnant collides with cold front

    03.29 / 01:46 www.theage.com.au Theage.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…
  5. Landmark internet privacy protections voted out in US

    03.29 / 01:42 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The US House Republicans voted overwhelmingly to rebuke internet policies enacted under the Obama…
  6. Equal pay for men and women? Iceland wants employers to prove It

    03.29 / 01:19 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Iceland this week became the first country in the world to introduce legislation requiring employers to prove they are paying men and women…
  7. Richmond Tigers' David Astbury defends fellow backman Alex Rance

    03.29 / 01:19 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Richmond's David Astbury expects fellow defender Alex Rance to bounce back after coming off second-best against Carlton's Jacob Weitering in round…
  8. Bolivia beat Lionel Messi-less Argentina 2-0 in World Cup qualifier

    03.29 / 01:03 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Argentina, weakened by the last-minute suspension of Lionel Messi, suffered a fourth defeat in their World Cup qualifying campaign as a spirited Bolivia won 2-0 in La Paz on…
  9. Ahmed Kathrada, spent 26 years in prison for stand against apartheid

    03.29 / 00:40 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Kathrada spent 18 years of his sentence on Robben Island, the apartheid regime's most notorious…
  10. Peruvian Airlines jet bursts into flames after veering off runway in Peru

    03.29 / 00:35 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    A Boeing 737 jet with 141 passengers on board has burst into flames after veering off the runway in…
  11. Melbourne Comedy Festival 2017: Paul Foot back with own brand of monkey business

    03.29 / 00:35 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    The British comedian and contemporary of Russell Brand and Noel Fielding shares, with the latter especially, a particularly bonkers and often divisive style of…
  12. Four teens charged over dramatic police chase, crash at busy Hawthorn intersection

    03.29 / 00:31 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Four teens - two boys and two girls - have been charged over a dramatic police chase through Melbourne's south eastern suburbs on Tuesday…
  13. Phil Kearns wants ARU to 'show some cojones'

    03.29 / 00:26 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    ​ Former Wallabies captain Phil Kearns has challenged the ARU to show some gumption and demand SANZAAR retain all five Australian teams in Super R…
  14. Digital disruption expected to make legal services cheaper

    03.29 / 00:26 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    Consumers are increasingly seeking value for money and expecting lawyers to be competent users of…
  15. The Bank of Mum and Dad is just generational self-interest to keep house prices high

    03.29 / 00:07 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    You know the remarkably high price of homes is now a top issue for our politicians, state and federal. But you may need reminding that house prices are an intergenerational…
  16. Olivia Newton-John hints at reprising iconic role for Grease's 40th anniversary

    03.29 / 00:07 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    "We are thinking up ways. I can't believe [it]. Time goes so fast," she…
  17. Lorrie Graham’s message to young photographers

    03.29 / 00:03 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    ​Australian photojournalist Lorrie Graham has spent the better part of four decades working on assignments around the world and at home and said while it has never been harder to work as a p…
  18. AFL should embrace independent disciplinary tribunal: ASADA chief Ben McDevitt

    03.29 / 00:03 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    While welcoming a recent AFL internal report recommending future joint investigations with ASADA, outgoing chief executive of the sports anti-doping body, Ben McDevitt, believes football administrators should embrace global moves to independent disciplinary…
  19. Australian photographer captures brutality and beauty at Standing Rock protests

    03.29 / 00:03 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    An Australian photographer who documented the Standing Rock protests is set to have his first solo exhibition in…
  20. Brexit is the least of Europe's problems

    03.29 / 00:03 www.theage.com.au Theage.com.au - Health
    For the first time since the launch of the European project in the 1950s, the US no longer sees the EU as an asset in the diplomatic equation. Many in the White House would happily see it broken…