Over a month ago, Tasmania was leading the way in altering euthanasia laws. With New South Wales now following suit, which Australian state will be the first to legalise euthanasia? Joshua Hewitt reports.
The MP driving the case for voluntary euthanasia in Tasmania tells Reportage there are many reasons to believe his controversial legislation will pass parliament. Mary Anne Ghobrial reports
A new study has confirmed that looking to online technologies may be the key to dealing with supporting patients of mental illness. Rachel Worsley reports.
Two inner city Sydney councils have vetoed a ban which would see fines issued for smoking in outdoor public areas. For business owners, this only causes more strife. Catherine Hanrahan reports.
Research findings have discovered a new way to help prevent the spread of flu in nursing homes. Antigone Anagnostellis
The body of scientific knowledge on schizophrenia continues to grow with the recent discovery of the immune system’s possible involvement, writes Madeleine Clarke.
A new study reveals that synthetic drugs are on the rise with online purchases and can cause permanent harm, even in recreational doses, writes Cate Cadell.
NSW health professionals are urging the public to update their measles vaccination after a recent surge in patients, writes Zoe Ferguson.
Rose Moloney investigates the trend that has many asking, in a world of pollution, is eating unknown wild food really safe?
Are surrogacy laws unfair and in need of revision? Zach Workman-Brown reports.
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