By Zoe Noakes, produced for online by Mitchell Ogden. After 15 years of research, Australia’s first bionic eye could soon offer hope to blind people.
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By Bonny O’Shea, produced for online by Mitchell Ogden. When women want to kill someone, they really mean it. This is just one of the interesting revelations coming from today’s Intimate Partner Violence and Homicide Symposium in Brisbane.
By Tess Gilfedder, produced for online by Mitchell Ogden. Cosmetic surgeons will have to earn a seal of approval under the new Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery’s (ACCS) code of practice. The college hopes this will encourage a higher standard …
By Zac Street, produced for online by Mitchell Ogden. Business groups are lobbying for Fair Work Australia to abolish weekend penalty rates for hospitality workers. They say the rates are having a crippling effect on the industry.
By Rebecca Cox, produced for online by Mitchell Ogden. Australia’s leading sporting bodies are pushing for marijuana to be removed as a banned match-day drug.
Despite the interest rate cut, pressure isn’t easing on the Federal Government. Julia Gillard’s leadership hangs in the balance as the Coalition’s popularity reaches a record high. Alice McCarthy reports.
Breakthrough technology to diagnose prostate cancer has been unveiled at a Brisbane hospital. Urologists at the Wesley are the first in Australia to trial new imaging technology which could change the rate of prostate cancer survival dramatically. Dominick Czakilew reports.
The Queensland Reds were hard at work this morning, but not at their usual game. The team instead tackled crowds in Queen Street Mall, promoting their Mother’s Day clash with the Chiefs on May 13. Eluan Waldron reports.
By Mitchell Ogden More than 27, 000 Queenslanders are homeless on any given night and over 7000 of them are minors. St Vincent De Paul’s 2012 CEO Sleepout, launched today, is designed to raise awareness for this issue.