My Health Record concessions continue
Australians could be forgiven for holding little faith in the government’s ability to store and safeguard their collective health data, branded My Health Record by Department of Health spin doctors.
As I drove past a local school a few days ago and saw every child in sight glued to an iPad, phone or some other sort of device, oblivious to the world around them, I thought about how times had changed.
The Victorian Electoral Commission’s choice of building for its temporary election office stood its first test yesterday and came up somewhat wanting.
With pre-polling for this month’s Victorian Election opening from 9am today, it is time to think seriously about who you will number one to six on the voting ballot.
Last year’s Statement from the Heart, emanating from the National Constitutional Convention at Uluru, included a call for the establishment of a Makarrata Commission.
Emotion driven by misplaced reason underpinned the recent Invictus Games in Sydney.
New Screen Australia data has revealed the ABC spent more money during the past financial year on producing ‘‘first release’’ local content than all the commercial TV networks combined.
When living above means and running short of cash, we have to sell some of our belongings, or get a loan. While we still have assets of interest to other countries left, our credit rating is high. Far more than half of Australia is now owned by...
The jury conviction of Kialla man Jatinder Panesar this week for dangerous driving causing death is a timely wake-up call for all of us.
The latest election pledge from the Coalition is undoubtedly a winner for Shepparton.
A 37-year-old woman and a 12-year-old boy have died after a truck collided with their vehicle on the Murray Valley Highway in Brimin on Friday night at about 9.30pm. The truck driver has been identified as a 31-year-old Mooroopna resident and has...
The lives of the Sharp family were turned upside-down recently while on a routine trip home from school.
JOELENE Joyce saw her partner gunned down on a dark and lonely NSW country road before desperately running for her life, even after she had been seriously wounded by the assailant. Daniel Poynton continued to chase the terrified woman in the...