HEART FOUNDATION LAUNCHES ‘LUNCHBOX LIFESAVER’

HEART FOUNDATION LAUNCHES ‘LUNCHBOX LIFESAVER’ TIPS FOR A HEALTHY RETURN TO SCHOOL The Heart Foundation is on a mission to help parents and school kids prepare their healthiest – and tastiest –... Read more »

MUSLIM MILLENNIALS, TECHNOLOGICAL CHALLENGES, AND PROMOTING HALAL LIFESTYLE

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan, Sydney Australia; There are 8 billion people on this planet, of whom 2 billion are Muslims. Muslims are the majority in 50 countries. Approximately 90 percent of... Read more »

AUSTRALIA’S VAPING STORY NEEDS A REBOOT

By; Dr. Colin Mendelsohn The nationwide panic about youth vaping has recently dominated Australian media with daily reports of young people accessing these products. Youth vaping is a legitimate concern, however it has distracted... Read more »

CHECKING BLOOD PRESSURE IN A HEARTBEAT, USING AI AND A CAMERA

Report by UniSA; Monitoring blood pressure using a digital camera could soon be the norm, thanks to an innovative technique demonstrated by Australian and Iraqi researchers. Using the same remote-health technology they pioneered to... Read more »

PBBC UK and Dreamworld Resort, Hotel & Golf Course, Pakistan, signed an MOU

United Kingdom-based Pakistan Britain Business Council (PBBC) and Dreamworld Resort, Hotel & Golf Course, Pakistan, signed an MOU for cooperation in the fields of hospitality, trade, investment, and internationally accredited education in... Read more »

Introducing Classy Cats NFT: Entertaining You Through Purrfect Cat Characters

ENTERTAINING YOU THROUGH PURRFECT CAT CHARACTERS By: Floryselle Lafradez Classy Cats is a non-fungible token project created through the Ethereum Blockchain, and prides itself on being “the classiest cats on the blockchain.”... Read more »

CONNECTING GEN ‘M’ THROUGH HALAL MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT

By Syed Atiq ul Hassan [Islamic media content focusing on Islamic culture, values and lifestyle has grown exponentially in today’s borderless and digital world. The business model is seeing a shift from... Read more »

An interesting story about type 2 diabetes – Remission Case Study

Remission Case Study – Elizabeth Duncan  A shock diagnosis gave Elizabeth Duncan 55, the motivation she needed to turn her health around. There was no history of diabetes in my family. It wasn’t... Read more »

COVID-19 Pandemic Impacting Mental Status of International Students

Sydney (Tribune International, Monash University Media Release, 1st Sept 2021): International students’ personality traits and cultural values are likely to impact their mental health and ability to respond to stressors when studying... Read more »

AUSTRALIA MUST RELY ON LOCKDOWNS TO CONTROL DELTA VARIANT

By Professor George Milne Early Delta variant modelling results by researchers at The University of Western Australia indicate that Australia will need to continue to rely on hard lockdowns to control COVID-19... Read more »

DIY oxygen conversion unit proving valuable in fight against India’s COVID-19 battle

Sydney (Tribune International, Monash University Release, 7 July, 2021): As COVID-19 continues to devastate much of India, a group of international researchers led by Monash University have developed an oxygen conversion unit... Read more »
Ofo, which operates 10 million bikes in 180 cities worldwide, is launching in Sydney on Wednesday. Photograph: Ofo

China’s bike-sharing company Ofo launches in Sydney

China’s bike-share company Ofo has entered Australian market with 200 bikes deployed in Sydney China’s bike-sharing company ofo has launched its dockless bike system in Sydney, Australia on Thursday. Chinese company Ofo,... Read more »
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Plastic fibres found in tap water around the world, study finds

Plastic Fibers are found in 83% of the world’s tap Water, a new study reveals People may be ingesting between 3,000 and 4,000 microparticles of plastic from tap water every year, according... Read more »
An artists' impression of the Korongee village in Tasmania for people living with dementia.

Australia’s first ever ‘Dementia Village’ to be built in Tasmania

Tasmania will become home to Australia’s first suburban village designed specifically for people with dementia Australia’s first village designed to help people with dementia live safer and more fulfilling lives will be... Read more »
Blacktown Hospital

NSW’s Blacktown Hospital will have “the best of the best” health care

NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard says Blacktown Hospital will have “the best of the best” Blacktown will have “the best of the best” health care according to NSW Health Minister Brad Hazzard.... Read more »
Sunverge Solar Integration System

Australia’s first virtual power plant goes live in Adelaide

‘World’s largest virtual power plant’ switched on at West Lakes in Adelaide Australia’s largest operating virtual power plant is now live with the first tranche of solar battery storage installations ‘switching on’... Read more »
The AW139 will be standard across all NSW’s aeromedical helicopter fleet under the new contract. (Paul Sadler)

New ambulance helicopters set for NSW skies

Ambulance Helicopters have commenced aeromedical operations to provide rescue and retrieval services in partnership with New South Wales (NSW) Ambulance The first fleet of eight new ambulance helicopters have begun service for NSW... Read more »
France to bans all plastic dishware starting in 2020

France to ban all plastic dishware starting in 2020

France becomes the first country to ban plastic plates and cutlery PARIS — France has become the first country in the world to ban plastic plates, cups and utensils, passing a law... Read more »

Opportunities for growth in families with a child affected by a developmental disorder

A Research has done that when a child has a developmental disorder the entire family experiences a change in roles and expectations. Some families manage well, and others struggle to cope. Supportive... Read more »

Australian government’s ‘No jab, no pay’ policy improve vaccination rates

Government’s policy sees 5,700 immunise children and another 148,000 update vaccinations to avoid cuts of up to $15,000 a year The federal government’s ‘no jab, no pay’ law has led to an... Read more »
No Tobacco Day 2016: How plain packs are helping Australia’s record-low smoking rates

No Tobacco Day 2016: How plain packs are helping Australia’s record-low smoking rates

Australia is the first country in the world to introduce plain cigarette packs aimed at reducing the number of children who start smoking, and support people to quit for good. By Kylie... Read more »

World Health Day 2016: How to prevent diabetes

World Health Day 2016 is dedicated to raising awareness of diabetes in the hope that we can finally beat it On Thursday 7th April for World Health Day, the World Health Organisation... Read more »
Photo of Danish restaurant Noma in Copenhagen

Waitlist hits 27000 at world-famous Noma restaurant in Sydney

There are 27,000 people on the waitlist for a table at Noma Sydney There are 27,000 people hoping in vain that someone will cancel their table and forfeit their $485 payment. A... Read more »

Do we actually only need six hours of sleep a night?

Lights, TV, smartphones and computers are often blamed for depriving modern humans of sleep. But a new study suggests that our prehistoric ancestors didn’t get any more than 7 hours of a... Read more »