Nearly half a million premature deaths in Australia could have been prevented with the right healthcare and government policies, new research from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has found.
Julia Medew Health Editor Seven years ago, Lia Ward had a sliding doors moment that probably saved her life.
Amy Corderoy This week saw a major victory for cancer patients and advocates who fought to regain control of their genes. But in the fast-changing world of medical research, who will own the rights to future discoveries?
Catherine Armitage Partner phubbing - snubbing your partner by constantly checking your phone when you are with them - can damage your romantic relationship, and lead to depression, US researchers have warned.
Alexandra Smith Students at Arthur Phillip High, in Parramatta, will sit their HSC exams at the school next week as planned but will be able to ask for special consideration.
Alexandra Smith Each student will have their English exams read by at least 11 markers and their maths exams checked by at least six markers.
John Collett Despite two official reductions this year, lenders have hardly moved what they charge on credit cards and personal loans.
David Potts The home team wins the latest round of our shares race which saw a surge in the sharemarket in the final week.
David Potts If you're a shareholder you'll have been invited to the company AGM. Make sure you go.
Clare Colley ''The ubiquitous Sarah Snook'' is about to be seen on screen again in The Dressmaker.