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Northern Star
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new musicTHE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new music
Northern Star / Posted 8 minutes ago
THE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16-year-old from the Central Coast of NSW was crowned the fourth winner of Nine's reality singing show last night. Coached by British pop star Jessie J, she is the youngest... Read more
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Northern Star
Dyson Heydon to stay on royal commission into trade unionsDYSON Heydon will continue his role investigating corruption among the country'
Dyson Heydon to stay on royal commission into trade unions
Northern Star / Posted 8 minutes ago
DYSON Heydon will continue his role investigating corruption among the country's trade unions. The Royal Commissioner said he would not step aside from the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption moments ago. "I have considered... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new musicTHE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new music
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 minutes ago
THE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16-year-old from the Central Coast of NSW was crowned the fourth winner of Nine's reality singing show last night. Coached by British pop star Jessie J, she is the youngest... Read more
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10m
The Daily Mercury
Dyson Heydon to stay on royal commission into trade unionsDYSON Heydon will continue his role investigating corruption among the country'
Dyson Heydon to stay on royal commission into trade unions
The Daily Mercury / Posted 10 minutes ago
DYSON Heydon will continue his role investigating corruption among the country's trade unions. The Royal Commissioner said he would not step aside from the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption moments ago. "I have considered... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Dyson Heydon to stay on royal commission into trade unionsDYSON Heydon will continue his role investigating corruption among the country'
Dyson Heydon to stay on royal commission into trade unions
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 21 minutes ago
DYSON Heydon will continue his role investigating corruption among the country's trade unions. The Royal Commissioner made said he would not step aside from the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption moments ago. "I have... Read more
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21m
Toowoomba Chronicle
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new musicTHE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new music
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 21 minutes ago
THE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16-year-old from the Central Coast of NSW was crowned the fourth winner of Nine's reality singing show last night. Coached by British pop star Jessie J, she is the youngest... Read more
33 related stories
27m
Queensland Times
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new musicTHE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new music
Queensland Times / Posted 27 minutes ago
THE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16-year-old from the Central Coast of NSW was crowned the fourth winner of Nine's reality singing show last night. Coached by British pop star Jessie J, she is the youngest... Read more
33 related stories
27m
Queensland Times
Dyson Heydon to stay on royal commission into trade unionsDYSON Heydon will continue his role investigating corruption among the country'
Dyson Heydon to stay on royal commission into trade unions
Queensland Times / Posted 27 minutes ago
DYSON Heydon will continue his role investigating corruption among the country's trade unions. The Royal Commissioner made said he would not step aside from the Royal Commission into Trade Union Governance and Corruption moments ago. "I have... Read more
142 related stories
31m
The Morning Bulletin
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new musicTHE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new music
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 31 minutes ago
THE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16-year-old from the Central Coast of NSW was crowned the fourth winner of Nine's reality singing show last night. Coached by British pop star Jessie J, she is the youngest... Read more
33 related stories
33m
News Mail
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new musicTHE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16
The Voice winner Ellie Drennan to strip back with new music
News Mail / Posted 33 minutes ago
THE Voice winner Ellie Drennan plans to strip her music back to basics. The 16-year-old from the Central Coast of NSW was crowned the fourth winner of Nine's reality singing show last night. Coached by British pop star Jessie J, she is the youngest... Read more
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2h
Northern Star
Work in an office? Your job is more dangerous than you thinkTWO people died and 2595 Northern Rivers workers were hurt on the job in just t
Work in an office? Your job is more dangerous than you think
Northern Star / Posted 2 hours ago
TWO people died and 2595 Northern Rivers workers were hurt on the job in just two years. An APN Newsdesk analysis of Safe Work Australia workers' compensation claim data reveals office workers are at highest risk of injury in our region. A person... Read more
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Northern Star
Mechanic urges fellow tradies not to put up with the painACHES and pains are a fact of life for Ballina mechanic Brett Judge. Mr Judge
Mechanic urges fellow tradies not to put up with the pain
Northern Star / Posted 2 hours ago
ACHES and pains are a fact of life for Ballina mechanic Brett Judge. Mr Judge and his physiotherapist Andrew Irvine are urging the region's blue collar workers to embrace the healthy work philosophies underpinning Tradies National Health Month,... Read more
4h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Fraser drivers rack up 6600 speeding finesTHE highest recorded speed by a driver, in a 12-month period, in the Fraser Coa
Fraser drivers rack up 6600 speeding fines
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 4 hours ago
THE highest recorded speed by a driver, in a 12-month period, in the Fraser Coast region was 157kmh on a Maryborough road. And two drivers were caught doing more than 100kmh on local roads, speed camera data has revealed. In a 60kmh zone road in... Read more
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News Mail
Almost 5000 speeding tickets issued in 12-month periodA BUNDABERG motorist was caught driving at more than 70kmh over the speed limit
Almost 5000 speeding tickets issued in 12-month period
News Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
A BUNDABERG motorist was caught driving at more than 70kmh over the speed limit, speed camera data has revealed. Police caught the driver doing 174kmh in a 100kmh zone - the highest detected speed in the Bundaberg area between June 1, 2014 and May... Read more
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5h
Daily Examiner
Matt plumbs the depths of workplace safetyGRAFTON plumber Matt Cooper's back "cops a beating" on the job, but he's using
Matt plumbs the depths of workplace safety
Daily Examiner / Posted 5 hours ago
GRAFTON plumber Matt Cooper's back "cops a beating" on the job, but he's using Pilates and physiotherapy to stay healthy at work. Mr Cooper and Grafton physiotherapist Jane-Anne Burns are urging the region's blue-collar workers to embrace the... Read more
6h
Northern Star
Matt plumbs the depths of workplace safetyGRAFTON plumber Matt Cooper's back "cops a beating" on the job, but he's using
Matt plumbs the depths of workplace safety
Northern Star / Posted 6 hours ago
GRAFTON plumber Matt Cooper's back "cops a beating" on the job, but he's using Pilates and physiotherapy to stay healthy at work. Mr Cooper and Grafton physiotherapist Jane-Anne Burns are urging the region's blue-collar workers to embrace the... Read more
7h
The Daily Mercury
Nearly 3000 workers hurt on Sunshine Coast in two yearsTWO workers died and 2860 people were hurt on the job in just two years on the
Nearly 3000 workers hurt on Sunshine Coast in two years
The Daily Mercury / Posted 7 hours ago
TWO workers died and 2860 people were hurt on the job in just two years on the Sunshine Coast. An APN Newsdesk analysis of Safe Work Australia workers' compensation claim data reveals office workers are at highest risk of injury in our region. Two... Read more
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7h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Nearly 3000 workers hurt on Sunshine Coast in two yearsTWO workers died and 2860 people were hurt on the job in just two years on the
Nearly 3000 workers hurt on Sunshine Coast in two years
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 7 hours ago
TWO workers died and 2860 people were hurt on the job in just two years on the Sunshine Coast. An APN Newsdesk analysis of Safe Work Australia workers' compensation claim data reveals office workers are at highest risk of injury in our region. Two... Read more
7 related stories
7h
Queensland Times
Nearly 3000 workers hurt on Sunshine Coast in two yearsTWO workers died and 2860 people were hurt on the job in just two years on the
Nearly 3000 workers hurt on Sunshine Coast in two years
Queensland Times / Posted 7 hours ago
TWO workers died and 2860 people were hurt on the job in just two years on the Sunshine Coast. An APN Newsdesk analysis of Safe Work Australia workers' compensation claim data reveals office workers are at highest risk of injury in our region. Two... Read more
7 related stories
7h
The Morning Bulletin
Nearly 3000 workers hurt on Sunshine Coast in two yearsTWO workers died and 2860 people were hurt on the job in just two years on the
Nearly 3000 workers hurt on Sunshine Coast in two years
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 hours ago
TWO workers died and 2860 people were hurt on the job in just two years on the Sunshine Coast. An APN Newsdesk analysis of Safe Work Australia workers' compensation claim data reveals office workers are at highest risk of injury in our region. Two... Read more
7 related stories
7h
The Morning Bulletin
Driver caught going 133kmh in Toowoomba 60kmh zoneA CRASH near what is now the Gatton campus of the University of Queensland that
Driver caught going 133kmh in Toowoomba 60kmh zone
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 hours ago
A CRASH near what is now the Gatton campus of the University of Queensland that killed seven people is something Toowoomba's top paramedic will never forget. New speed camera statistics show some drivers are continuing to ignore warnings from people... Read more
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7h
News Mail
Nearly 3000 workers hurt on Sunshine Coast in two yearsTWO workers died and 2860 people were hurt on the job in just two years on the
Nearly 3000 workers hurt on Sunshine Coast in two years
News Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
TWO workers died and 2860 people were hurt on the job in just two years on the Sunshine Coast. An APN Newsdesk analysis of Safe Work Australia workers' compensation claim data reveals office workers are at highest risk of injury in our region. Two... Read more
7 related stories
7h
News Mail
Fraser Coast speed camera clicks add up to dangerA BRUCE Hwy speed camera at Isis River, between Maryborough and Bundaberg, issu
Fraser Coast speed camera clicks add up to danger
News Mail / Posted 7 hours ago
A BRUCE Hwy speed camera at Isis River, between Maryborough and Bundaberg, issued 1156 tickets in 12 months. It was one of the highway's busiest. Only three other Bruce Hwy cameras issued more tickets. But the region was far from being the worst... Read more
8h
The Daily Mercury
Driver caught going 133kmh in Toowoomba 60kmh zoneA CRASH near what is now the Gatton campus of the University of Queensland that
Driver caught going 133kmh in Toowoomba 60kmh zone
The Daily Mercury / Posted 8 hours ago
A CRASH near what is now the Gatton campus of the University of Queensland that killed seven people is something Toowoomba's top paramedic will never forget. New speed camera statistics show some drivers are continuing to ignore warnings from people... Read more
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8h
Toowoomba Chronicle
Williams on the home stretch to calendar year Grand SlamSHE already has the second-most major titles in the modern era, and tonight Ser
Williams on the home stretch to calendar year Grand Slam
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 hours ago
SHE already has the second-most major titles in the modern era, and tonight Serena Williams will begin her quest to become the first player since Steffi Graf in 1988 to win a calendar year Grand Slam when the US Open begins at Flushing Meadows. The... Read more
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News Mail
Fraser drivers rack up 6600 speeding finesFraser Coast region's SPEED LIMITS explained Why certain roads are certain spe
Fraser drivers rack up 6600 speeding fines
News Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
Fraser Coast region's SPEED LIMITS explained Why certain roads are certain speeds: 40 kmh - access streets, specially zoned local traffic areas, school zones and high-pedestrian-activity areas. 50 kmh - general urban limit on local streets. 60... Read more
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8h
News Mail
Driver caught going 133kmh in Toowoomba 60kmh zoneA CRASH near what is now the Gatton campus of the University of Queensland that
Driver caught going 133kmh in Toowoomba 60kmh zone
News Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
A CRASH near what is now the Gatton campus of the University of Queensland that killed seven people is something Toowoomba's top paramedic will never forget. New speed camera statistics show some drivers are continuing to ignore warnings from people... Read more
11 related stories
8h
Daily Examiner
Quad bike reforms to be ‘urgently considered’WEARING helmets on quad bikes could be made mandatory and children banned from
Quad bike reforms to be ‘urgently considered’
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
WEARING helmets on quad bikes could be made mandatory and children banned from riding adult-sized bikes with the Queensland Government to give "urgent consideration" to proposed reforms. Earlier this month Coroner John Lock recommended children be... Read more
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8h
Daily Examiner
Clarence racks up 745 injury claims in just two yearsCLARENCE Valley workers racked up 745 injury claims in just two years. An APN
Clarence racks up 745 injury claims in just two years
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
CLARENCE Valley workers racked up 745 injury claims in just two years. An APN Newsdesk analysis of Safe Work Australia workers' compensation claim data reveals office workers are at highest risk of injury in our region. A total of 390 employees... Read more
7 related stories
8h
Daily Examiner
Cummings remembered as Australian greatBART Cummings has been remembered as one of Australia's greatest sporting legen
Cummings remembered as Australian great
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
BART Cummings has been remembered as one of Australia's greatest sporting legends. Cummings died in his Sydney homestead on Sunday morning. His grandson and training partner James Cummings said the legendary trainer died in his sleep. "James... Read more
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8h
Daily Examiner
Chronic kidney disease could cost Australia $12bnCHRONIC kidney disease could cost Australia $12 billion in five years, research
Chronic kidney disease could cost Australia $12bn
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
CHRONIC kidney disease could cost Australia $12 billion in five years, research claims. Research published today in the Medical Journal of Australia found the focus must be placed on preventing kidney disease to stop a growing financial... Read more
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8h
Daily Examiner
Shorten wants to follow Palaszczuk’s leadSpeaking at the Queensland Labor Party conference in Brisbane on Sunday, Mr Sho
Shorten wants to follow Palaszczuk’s lead
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
Speaking at the Queensland Labor Party conference in Brisbane on Sunday, Mr Shorten said he aimed to make Tony Abbott a one-term Prime Minister, as Campbell Newman had been made a one-term premier. "Annastacia, you and your team didn't just try to... Read more
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8h
Daily Examiner
Man stole more than $250k worth of phones and tabletsA PERTH man stole a quarter of a million dollars worth of phones and tablets fr
Man stole more than $250k worth of phones and tablets
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
A PERTH man stole a quarter of a million dollars worth of phones and tablets from the telecommunications company he worked at and sold them online, police allege. The Western Australian Major Fraud Squad charged a 38-year-old man with 40 stealing as... Read more
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8h
Daily Examiner
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
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8h
Daily Examiner
Mosque protesters rush police and attack anti-racism groupAN ANTI-mosque protest in Bendigo turned violent over the weekend when proteste
Mosque protesters rush police and attack anti-racism group
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
AN ANTI-mosque protest in Bendigo turned violent over the weekend when protesters broke through police lines to attack anti-racism protesters. The United Patriots Front organised the protest against plans to build a mosque in the northern Victorian... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Ice abuse at tipping pointEMERGENCY departments have more than doubled their intake over five years of pe
Ice abuse at tipping point
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
EMERGENCY departments have more than doubled their intake over five years of people needing hospitalisation for abusing the drug ice. A new NSW Health report found the number of amphetamine users remained stable between the last national surveys in... Read more
8h
Daily Examiner
Minister’s office ignored controversial releaseNO ONE in the Immigration Minister's office read the controversial Border Force
Minister’s office ignored controversial release
Daily Examiner / Posted 8 hours ago
NO ONE in the Immigration Minister's office read the controversial Border Force press release that led to massive protests in Melbourne on Friday. News Corp on Sunday reported Minister Peter Dutton's office was sent a copy but because it was... Read more
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9h
Northern Star
Clarence racks up 745 injury claims in just two yearsCLARENCE Valley workers racked up 745 injury claims in just two years. An APN
Clarence racks up 745 injury claims in just two years
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
CLARENCE Valley workers racked up 745 injury claims in just two years. An APN Newsdesk analysis of Safe Work Australia workers' compensation claim data reveals office workers are at highest risk of injury in our region. A total of 390 employees... Read more
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9h
Northern Star
Ice abuse at tipping pointEMERGENCY departments have more than doubled their intake over five years of pe
Ice abuse at tipping point
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
EMERGENCY departments have more than doubled their intake over five years of people needing hospitalisation for abusing the drug ice. A new NSW Health report found the number of amphetamine users remained stable between the last national surveys in... Read more
9h
Northern Star
Chronic kidney disease could cost Australia $12bnCHRONIC kidney disease could cost Australia $12 billion in five years, research
Chronic kidney disease could cost Australia $12bn
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
CHRONIC kidney disease could cost Australia $12 billion in five years, research claims. Research published today in the Medical Journal of Australia found the focus must be placed on preventing kidney disease to stop a growing financial... Read more
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9h
Northern Star
Shorten wants to follow Palaszczuk’s leadSpeaking at the Queensland Labor Party conference in Brisbane on Sunday, Mr Sho
Shorten wants to follow Palaszczuk’s lead
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
Speaking at the Queensland Labor Party conference in Brisbane on Sunday, Mr Shorten said he aimed to make Tony Abbott a one-term Prime Minister, as Campbell Newman had been made a one-term premier. "Annastacia, you and your team didn't just try to... Read more
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9h
Northern Star
Man stole more than $250k worth of phones and tabletsA PERTH man stole a quarter of a million dollars worth of phones and tablets fr
Man stole more than $250k worth of phones and tablets
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
A PERTH man stole a quarter of a million dollars worth of phones and tablets from the telecommunications company he worked at and sold them online, police allege. The Western Australian Major Fraud Squad charged a 38-year-old man with 40 stealing as... Read more
6 related stories
9h
Northern Star
Quad bike reforms to be ‘urgently considered’WEARING helmets on quad bikes could be made mandatory and children banned from
Quad bike reforms to be ‘urgently considered’
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
WEARING helmets on quad bikes could be made mandatory and children banned from riding adult-sized bikes with the Queensland Government to give "urgent consideration" to proposed reforms. Earlier this month Coroner John Lock recommended children be... Read more
6 related stories
9h
Northern Star
Cummings remembered as Australian greatBART Cummings has been remembered as one of Australia's greatest sporting legen
Cummings remembered as Australian great
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
BART Cummings has been remembered as one of Australia's greatest sporting legends. Cummings died in his Sydney homestead on Sunday morning. His grandson and training partner James Cummings said the legendary trainer died in his sleep. "James... Read more
257 related stories
9h
Northern Star
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reportingTHREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellen
APN ARM recognised for excellence in reporting
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
THREE APN Australian Regional Media journalists have been honoured for excellence at Queensland's 2015 Clarion Awards. APN Newsdesk reporter Adam Davies won best regional feature for his powerful piece Innocence Stolen detailing the harrowing story... Read more
6 related stories
9h
Northern Star
Mosque protesters rush police and attack anti-racism groupAN ANTI-mosque protest in Bendigo turned violent over the weekend when proteste
Mosque protesters rush police and attack anti-racism group
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
AN ANTI-mosque protest in Bendigo turned violent over the weekend when protesters broke through police lines to attack anti-racism protesters. The United Patriots Front organised the protest against plans to build a mosque in the northern Victorian... Read more
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9h
Northern Star
Minister’s office ignored controversial releaseNO ONE in the Immigration Minister's office read the controversial Border Force
Minister’s office ignored controversial release
Northern Star / Posted 9 hours ago
NO ONE in the Immigration Minister's office read the controversial Border Force press release that led to massive protests in Melbourne on Friday. News Corp on Sunday reported Minister Peter Dutton's office was sent a copy but because it was... Read more
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9h
The Daily Mercury
Man stole more than $250k worth of phones and tabletsA PERTH man stole a quarter of a million dollars worth of phones and tablets fr
Man stole more than $250k worth of phones and tablets
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
A PERTH man stole a quarter of a million dollars worth of phones and tablets from the telecommunications company he worked at and sold them online, police allege. The Western Australian Major Fraud Squad charged a 38-year-old man with 40 stealing as... Read more
6 related stories
9h
The Daily Mercury
Chronic kidney disease could cost Australia $12bnCHRONIC kidney disease could cost Australia $12 billion in five years, research
Chronic kidney disease could cost Australia $12bn
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
CHRONIC kidney disease could cost Australia $12 billion in five years, research claims. Research published today in the Medical Journal of Australia found the focus must be placed on preventing kidney disease to stop a growing financial... Read more
7 related stories
9h
The Daily Mercury
Shorten wants to follow Palaszczuk’s leadSpeaking at the Queensland Labor Party conference in Brisbane on Sunday, Mr Sho
Shorten wants to follow Palaszczuk’s lead
The Daily Mercury / Posted 9 hours ago
Speaking at the Queensland Labor Party conference in Brisbane on Sunday, Mr Shorten said he aimed to make Tony Abbott a one-term Prime Minister, as Campbell Newman had been made a one-term premier. "Annastacia, you and your team didn't just try to... Read more
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