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Longevity comes in a bottle of pills – a look at...

We have all heard that for long life you need to avoid smoking and drinking excessive alcohol, eat a healthy mix of fruit and...

Walk with Western Australian women and discover history

Pioneering women who helped shape colonial Western Australia have largely been overshadowed in our history and our culture. Until now. Karrakatta Cemetery’s new dedicated historical...

Digging up new species of giant fossil kangaroos   

Palaeontologists from Flinders University have described three unusual new species of giant fossil kangaroo from Australia and New Guinea, finding them more diverse in...

Local author dives deep into Rottnest Island’s World War II history

Rottnest, Western Australia’s holiday island hasn’t always been a welcoming destination. It’s horrific record as a place of Aboriginal incarceration has been well documented, but...

No Hearing Test, No Appointment. From Pandemic Necessity to Superior Hearing: 

Discover How PocketAid's Direct-to-Consumer Hearing Aids Changed the Game for Australians with Mild to Moderate Hearing Loss. The development of the PocketAid range of hearing...

Looking back – beyond the stories – establishing the Royal Flying...

West Australian stockman Jimmy Darcy’s tragic end in 1917 was a turning point in the formation of Australia’s world-famous Royal Flying Doctor Service. Working on...

Silverchain launches GP Education Series

Silverchain is hosting a series of free interactive and practical education sessions for General Practitioners, practice managers and specialists to discuss ways to provide...

Wellbeing versus GDP (Gross Domestic Product) in guiding policies

Bhutanese people - Photo by Pema Gyamtsho on Unsplash “Gross National Happiness is more important than Gross Domestic Product.” So said the fourth King of Bhutan,...

Personalised vaccines – a disruptive new technology to treat cancers

Forty per cent of Australians will be diagnosed with cancer before their 85th birthday.  A cancer diagnosis normally leads to surgery to remove the tumour,...

Job seekers fleeced by work from home scam

People seeking jobs with flexible work conditions such as working from home, have fallen foul of an employment scam that has so far claimed...

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