Leading mental health experts have called on the Prime Minister to urgently address what they say is an unfolding disaster within Australia's national youth mental health service, headspace, claiming it is failing vulnerable young people and has become the "McDonalds version of healthcare".
Aisha Dow, Julia Medew Access to Nurofen Plus, Panadeine and other common painkillers sold to millions of Australians each year could soon be curtailed by health authorities amid reports of harmful side effects, addiction and fatal overuse.
Ben Westcott Research shows instead of e-cigarettes being a way to get people off nicotine, they're actually worse, Ben Wescott reports.
Amy Corderoy Everyone agrees we need to do more to care for people at risk from suicide, the problem is what.
Amy Corderoy A mental health program described as 'one of the most innovative services ever funded' by the federal government is under threat after years of funding freezes.
Sarah Berry When we seek to relieve stress with sugar, we're onto something.
Julia Medew Pregnant women, parents and other carers of infants will get access to a free vaccine from June 1.
Julia Medew Victorians are being warned to avoid picking wild mushrooms as autumn weather fuels the growth of toxic varieties that can kill people within hours.
Beau Donelly and Nick Toscano Disgraced social media entrepreneur Belle Gibson has admitted lying for years about having terminal cancer.
Craig Butt Australia has become one of the latest countries to register the cancer drug that former Melbourne lord mayor Ron Walker credits with saving his life.
KIAMA'S Andrew McCullough was among a crew of 24 young Australians and New Zealanders on board the Young ...
AS the sun rose over Gerringong’s southern headland on Saturday morning a larger crowd gathered to pay their ...
Kiama paused for more than an hour yesterday morning to enjoy the annual march from Kiama Council Chambers ...
Kiama-Jamberoo RSL topped off the biggest Anzac Day on Saturday with their annual Anzac Luncheon at The Pavilion.
THOUSANDS lined the Kiama Anzac parade route this morning for the traditional march and service.