Increase in arrests for minor drug offences is extraordinary, harm reduction expert says.
Tempted to comment on a loved one's eating habits? Don't.
Long-term exposure to triclosan - an antibacterial ingredient found in some soap, toothpaste and other common household products — may lead to liver cancer in mice, according to a new study
Suggestions that we are culpable for making ourselves sick or that we can feel ourselves into or out of illness are often met with outrage.
Next week Caterina Kairuz will celebrate one year of being free from cancer. But the special treatment she received isn't available to all, due to cost.
It is hoped that a trial due to start next year, and involving about 20 Australian children with cerebral palsy, will show the benefits of using stem cells from their own umbilical cord blood to treat the condition.
New research suggests running may slow down the ageing process, but a Sydney academic urges caution.
Science tells us that exercise can make us smarter. But is it the exercise or a placebo effect that's improving our minds?
A key finding that a doctor has a duty to help strangers who are not their patients has been overturned in the Supreme Court.
A new study by researchers in Portugal and the Netherlands has found high levels of air pollutants in gyms.
Grab your towel, the short Bombala swimming season has begun
Local police have been angered by rubbish and vandalism at Rockton Falls
The Bombala Historial Society hasenjoyed an excursion to Nungatta and surrounds
Bombala High School student, Jackie Chapman is the third in her family to win a Victor Chang School ...
The Globe Hotel hosted its first Sunday Funday last weekend