The nation’s peak doctors group has said there are reasons for state borders to stay closed for now.
Media release – Sarah Courtney, Minister for Health, 29 June 2020 Tasmanians urged to get their flu shots The announcements around easing COVID-19 restrictions and our progress towards recovery are something all Tasmanians can be proud of. Tasmanians are to be congratulated on their continued efforts to keep one another safe, which continues to be […]
A search for a missing sailor who disappeared in waters off Bustard Head, on Queensland’s central coast, has entered its third day but police say they will not give up hope.
Australia’s chief nursing and midwifery officer Alison McMillan has described what a “second wave” of the deadly coronavirus would look like.
A South Australian magistrate has been charged with deception offences after an investigation by the state’s Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.
Dodgy doctors and con men have been selling fake coronavirus cures in Ghana, many of which contain dangerous levels of bacteria and mold, revealed a new BBC documentary.There is currently no
Saudi Arabia’s tourism sector is expected to provide 260,000 jobs during the next three years, the Minister of Tourism Ahmed Bin Aqeel al-Khateeb said.“The ministry seeks to provide 260,000 job
A man has lost his leg in a woodchipper accident in the Hawkesbury region northwest of Sydney.
Mississippi has faced mounting pressure to change its flag as weeks of protests against racial injustice led to the toppling or removal of Confederate statues and monuments.