Technology allowing doctors to remotely control brain function in Parkinson's disease patients is a "huge leap forward" in care, says a world expert.
A Perth psychiatrist who works at Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital has been suspended by the medical regulating body.
NSW has recorded 332 new local COVID-19 cases, a slight drop from the previous day's tally of 345, and two more deaths.
Former Tiger Ty Zantuck has alleged he suffered up to 30 concussions during his five-year Richmond career as he seeks damages from the Tigers in court.
Glenn McFarlane and Michael Warner
An inquiry into claims of patient harm at a Queensland hospital will now involve an external midwifery expert after concerns were raised about its independence.
Hundreds of people are rallying outside Parliament against the WA Government’s ‘no jab, no job’ vaccine mandate.
South Australia is banking on a walk-in weekend for COVID-19 vaccinations to boost the vaccination rate.
NSW has recorded 345 new COVID-19 cases, with more than 92 per cent of people aged over 16 having received at least one COVID-19 vaccination jab.
Victoria's health department has faced court after it was charged with 58 workplace health and safety breaches over its hotel quarantine program.
People with disabilities are being urged to share their stories of mistreatment after being offered confidentiality beyond the life of the royal commission.
NSW Health is hosting a walk-in weekend to get children aged 12 to 15 vaccinated ahead of a full return to school.
Melburnians are flocking to hairdressers, cafes and the pub after the city's latest coronavirus lockdown was lifted overnight.
Benita Kolovos and Callum Godde
The head of Victoria's emergency call system has resigned as the service remains under sustained pressure amid the state's third wave of COVID-19.
A WA widower whose wife succumbed to breast cancer has encouraged men to ditch feelings of embarrassment and seek out a doctor after he too was diagnosed with the deadly disease.
South Australian authorities have set November 8 as the deadline for all health workers to have had at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
The success of a pig-to-human kidney transplant test signals long-term hope for people on lengthy transplant waiting lists around the world.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has confirmed Victoria has hit its 70 per cent full vaccination milestone, as Melbourne residents prepare for the end of lockdown.
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The staggering amount of West Aussies who could soon be without a job — if they refuse to get vaccinated under an expanded mandate announced by the State Government — has been revealed.
Brunswick residents will not only be rolling up for the Brunswick Agricultural Show as the State Government announces a pop-up Pfizer vaccination clinic to be set up on the Show Grounds.
Vaccination will become mandatory for a huge list of occupations including teachers and those in construction, with the Government saying we’re in the ‘final quarter’ of the fight against the virus.
The accreditation of a regional Queensland hospital to train obstetricians and gynaecologists has been suspended amid a review of surgical services.
The cancellations were part of an “elective surgery pause” intended to ease pressure on the beleaguered health system.
The Australian Border Force has confirmed 12 COVID-19 cases are now linked to a Melbourne hotel where asylum seekers are being detained.
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