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Surgery suspended at Brisbane hospital

Rust on sterilisation equipment has forced the cancellation of all surgery at one of Queensland's busiest hospitals. Queensland Health says technicians are working to fix the problem…
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Fremantle sack AFL coach Lyon and CEO

Fremantle have sacked both their AFL coach Ross Lyon and chief executive Steve Rosich in a bombshell double decision. The Dockers' board informed Lyon, who still had a year to go on…

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HOTA Kids Take Over

Kids go wild at HOTA September school holidays

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Experience the magic of the Northern Lights for yourself as Dan Acher creates a stunning blanket of colours above HOTA’s Outdoor Space this August at GLOW festival.
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Volunteers needed for Safer Schoolies support team

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People who step forward will patrol in groups of four, help support and assist emergency service personnel, and be a friendly face Schoolies can trust with the right advice or support when needed.

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Dementia admissions near 95,000 in 2016/17

The rate of people being admitted to hospital for dementia has dropped by almost a quarter in the past decade. But dementia remains a major cause of ill health and death in Australia,…
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Dementia admissions near 95,000 in 2016/17

The rate of people being admitted to hospital for dementia has dropped by almost a quarter in the past decade. But dementia remains a major cause of ill health and death in Australia,…
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Breakthrough discovery in brain cancer research

Glioblastoma is incredibly difficult to treat because complete surgical removal is almost impossible and because many drugs cannot efficiently pass through the “blood-brain barrier”. However, students at the University of Findlay have recently discovered a string of chemical compounds that are testing well in killing these cancer cells, without destroying the nearby healthy cells.

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