WHEELS: HOLDEN KILLS OFF THE COMMODORE - EXPERT COMMENT AVAILABLE
The Holden Commodore is no more. Holden has today confirmed that its most iconic nameplate – a car intrinsic to Australian culture since its introduction in 1978 – will be retired at the end of the end of the year. The news comes as Holden revealed its 2020 portfolio will focus exclusively on SUVs and light commercial vehicles.
Strictly Embargoed until 12.01am Wed Dec 11 - AIHW REPORT: MORE PATIENTS, LONGER WAITING TIMES FOR BOTH ELECTIVE SURGERY AND EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT CARE
More Australians are undergoing elective surgery and receiving emergency department care in public hospitals and waiting times are growing longer in most states and territories, according to new information from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).
|AUSTRALIA – GETTING LOST IN THE GREAT UNKNOWN - A RACE AGAINST TIME FOR OUR PRECIOUS FLORA AND FAUNA|
It’s a mind boggling concept, but 70-percent of Australia’s flora and fauna remains unknown. Last year 1,000 new species were named, but those on the frontline – the taxonomists – know that thousands more will vanish before they can find them. It is a race against time, and one that matters to our economy and potentially our own health as individuals. But unfortunately, taxonomists themselves are under threat.
30 YEARS SINCE THE U-N CONVENTION ON THE 'RIGHTS OF THE CHILD' - HOW ARE AUSTRALIA'S CHILDREN FARING IN 2019?
At a time when Australia’s GDP per capita is higher than it has ever been, our children are continuing to experience significant ill health – both physical & mental. On the 30th anniversary of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, children's hospitals are calling for action.