A catering company which supplies food to aged care facilities, private hospitals and food outlets across Melbourne is temporarily shut down after authorities draw a possible link between the death of a woman in her 80s and the company's kitchen.
Career changers from Newcastle are finding fulfilling work in the disability sector that is predicted to see a labour shortfall of 75,000 by 2022.
An Adelaide bakery stops selling Vietnamese rolls following an outbreak of salmonella linked to three of its stores. SA Health says nine people have been hospitalised.
With more than 110 people taking up hospital beds in South Australia while waiting for their NDIS plans, there are calls for the Federal Government to foot the bill for the delays.
As Prime Minister Theresa May returns to a UK Parliament expectantly waiting for a rebooted Brexit deal, her colleague Liam Fox stresses the need to respect the will of the 2016 vote.
Australians are being offered pills that claim to "protect skin" and "limit the damage caused by the sun's rays". But experts say there is no evidence they work and could be putting people at risk.
The US's notoriously inequitable healthcare system has led to the formation of RIP Medical Debt, a charity that wipes away the medical-debts of people across America.
Hospital food has a poor reputation, but the meals served at an Adelaide healthcare facility are being described as particularly inedible. It is the second facility to come under fire for its food quality this year.
The Prime Minister is bringing his chequebook along to his first meeting of state and territory leaders in Adelaide, promising extra money for doctors, nurses and specialist services.