Category: Health & Wellbeing


Statement From The Victorian Premier – 27th Sept

Seven weeks ago, our average case numbers were peaking at more than 400 every single day. Today, Melbourne’s rolling case average is 22.1. It’s a remarkable thing – and an achievement that belongs to every single …

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Face Masks To Help Fight Coronavirus In Victoria

Victorians living in metro Melbourne and Mitchell Shire are now recommended to wear face masks in situations where they are leaving their home and physical distancing is not possible – to help slow the spread …

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NSW and Victorian border closures

From Wednesday 8 July 2020, strict penalties will be in place for anyone who breaches the new rules on the temporary NSW and Victorian border closures. New measures will be in place to help stop the …

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Ehrlichiosis confirmed in dogs in the Kimberley

The tick-borne disease ehrlichiosis has been detected in a small number of dogs in the Kimberley region. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (DPIRD) chief veterinary officer Michelle Rodan said the bacteria Ehrlichia canis (E. …

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Wodonga youth dive deep to help others

Mental health can be a hard topic to open up about even in the best of times, so it’s understandable that many young people who struggle with their mental health feel very alone – …

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