Rachel Wells Workers who smoke cost their employers more than $3000 a year each, a study has found.
Rachel Wells Groceries could soon carry a health star-rating label similar to the energy efficiency ratings that feature on fridges and washing machines, if state and federal ministers agree on the proposal at...
Julia Medew and Rachel Wells A new assessment of Swisse vitamins advertisements has again found the company misled consumers about what its products can do with insufficient evidence to prove it.
Rachel Wells There are fears a gastroenteritis outbreak caused by contaminated oysters in Tasmania over the Easter weekend has spread interstate.
Rachel Wells Some of Australia's poorest families are skipping meals and selling possessions to pay their power bills, a new report has found.
Rachel Wells Major companies are already trying to get around new rules which ban retailers from passing on excessive credit card surcharges to customers, consumer group says.
Rachel Wells Group buying site Groupon has been slapped on the wrist for bombarding consumers with email newsletters without adequate consent.
Rachel Wells Energy drinks have been likened to tobacco by a leading convenience store body, which warns its members to protect the highly profitable category from government regulation.
Rachel Wells The peak body for Australia's petrol convenience stores has likened energy drinks to tobacco and warned its members of the need to protect the highly profitable category from government regulation,...
Dan Harrison and Rachel Wells People are being urged to choose the right kind of fats, in new national dietary guidelines.
Rachel Wells A NSW man has been confirmed as the third fatality in Australia's largest outbreak of listeria.
Rachel Wells Australian dental experts call for all soft drinks to carry warning labels declaring the risk of tooth decay.
Peter Martin, Rachel Wells GOOD looks matter for men - far more than previously believed.
Peter Martin, Rachel Wells Good looks matter for men - far more than previously believed.
Rachel Wells, Jonathan Swan, Amy McNeilage AUSTRALIA'S largest tobacco franchise could be in breach of state laws by giving away free cardboard cigarette sleeves designed to cover plain cigarette packs.
Rachel Wells Australia's largest tobacco franchise could be in breach of state laws.
Rachel Wells Faux meat, allergen-free foods and yoghurt shops are tipped to be among the biggest food trends of 2013.
Rachel Wells Confronting deathbed image is helping fulfill cancer victim's final wish.
Rachel Wells, Jonathan Swan THE nieces and nephews go bonkers whenever they see ''Aunty Bird''. Partly because they adore their aunt. And partly because they know what she is capable of.