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Lockout laws cut number of drunk Fortitude Valley patrons

Lockout laws cut number of drunk Fortitude Valley patrons

New research suggests Queensland's lockout legislation is reducing high alcohol toxicity rates despite legal loopholes.

  • by Lucy Stone

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Conjoined twins Nima and Dawa successfully separated in marathon surgery
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Conjoined twins Nima and Dawa successfully separated in marathon surgery

Surgeons have successfully separated conjoined Bhutanese twins Nima and Dawa, after a marathon effort involving an 18-strong medical team.

  • by Aisha Dow & Liam Mannix
A mother prays as surgery to separate Nima and Dawa begins
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A mother prays as surgery to separate Nima and Dawa begins

The world waits for news as surgeons at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne begin the high-profile operation.

  • by Aisha Dow & Liam Mannix
Spike in bullying claims for junior doctors at Brisbane hospitals
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Spike in bullying claims for junior doctors at Brisbane hospitals

AMA Queensland has released its 2018 report card on workplace culture in Brisbane public hospitals.

  • by Lucy Stone
Groovin the Moo will return to Canberra but venue remains mystery
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Groovin the Moo will return to Canberra but venue remains mystery

Groovin the Moo's promoter has confirmed the music festival will return to Canberra next year, but where will it be held?

  • by Sherryn Groch
'Contradictory': NSW government tackling obesity while taking junk food cash
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'Contradictory': NSW government tackling obesity while taking junk food cash

The NSW government has been warned it is risking its own childhood obesity prevention efforts by taking junk food advertising money.

  • by Esther Han
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Canberra leg of Groovin the Moo in doubt after uni backs out
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Canberra leg of Groovin the Moo in doubt after uni backs out

After almost a decade, the University of Canberra has ended its contract to hold Groovin the Moo in Canberra. So what happens to the festival now?

  • by Sherryn Groch
Junior doctors deliver fail grades to Sydney hospitals
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Junior doctors deliver fail grades to Sydney hospitals

Junior doctors have accused Westmead Hospital of allowing a culture of intimidation, discrimination and harassment to permeate.

  • by Kate Aubusson
The disease that changed history: How a Queensland researcher sees the future of influenza
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The disease that changed history: How a Queensland researcher sees the future of influenza

The rise of obesity as a chronic health condition has created a newly vulnerable group of Australia's population to serious influenza.

  • by Lucy Stone
How Georgina is driving one cancer's death rate down to zero
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How Georgina is driving one cancer's death rate down to zero

Professor Georgina Long has transformed cancer treatment globally. This is why her goal of zero deaths from melanoma could become reality.

  • by Esther Han
'Happier, heavier and ready to go': Conjoined twins Nima and Dawa closer to surgery
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'Happier, heavier and ready to go': Conjoined twins Nima and Dawa closer to surgery

Since the conjoined twins arrived in Melbourne a month ago they have put on two kilograms, now weighing in at a combined 14 kilograms.

  • by Aisha Dow