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.
An apparent braking fault is causing Lime scooters to lock up without notice, prompting Auckland authorities to issue the ride sharing company an ultimatum: shape up or ship out.
One in 10 people with a Medicare card choose to opt out of the new My Health Record digital health system, but Department of Health officials say the results are in line with expectations.
In a drawing room above his laboratory, chemist Humphry Davy threw quite the soiree. But his nitrous oxide parties were more than a rollicking good time: they led to the discovery of anaesthesia.
Festival-goers will again be able to get their illicit drugs checked for dangerous substances at this year's Groovin the Moo music festival in Canberra.
Immense loneliness is building around the world — and with it, our anxiety about solving the problem. But what if we've been thinking about it the wrong way? What if we thought of it as a human signal that can be dealt with through medication, asks James Norman.
Steroid use is on the rise as young men fuelled by social media chase their idea of a perfect body. Now researchers want to know exactly how susceptible gay and bisexual men are.
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.