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Courier Mail
Nearly a million people have opted out of My Health Record, as the database sparks Medicare rebate fears
Courier Mail
EXCLUSIVE: Fears have emerged that Medicare benefits and medicine subsidies could be tied to having a controversial online My Health Record, as nearly one million people rush to cancel their record. The Federal Government is already requiring people ...
Health record system means 'control': HuntPerthNow
My Health Record confusion shows lack of planning and leadershipGeelong Advertiser
900000 Australians opt out of My Health RecordZDNet
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The Australian
Operating charges the prime cause of aged-care concern
The Australian
Share this article. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. Operating charges the prime cause of aged-care concern. Former Australian Competition & Consumer Commission chair Allan Fels. Picture: AAP. Sean Parnell. HEALTH EDITOR.
How market forces have failed the nationThe Sydney Morning Herald
What did Rupert Murdoch and Kerry Stokes have to do with the Liberal leadership spill?ABC News
Aged care: Care and love must come before the profit factorThe Age
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Catherine Marriott on making a sexual harassment complaint against Barnaby Joyce
THE woman who accused Barnaby Joyce of sexual harassment has revealed her anguish - and inspiration - for coming forward and recalled the devastating Nationals leak that left her “torn to shreds”. Speaking to 7.30 in an interview tonight, Catherine ...
'All hell broke loose': Joyce accuser breaks silenceQueensland Times
Councillor 'beyond grateful'The West Australian
Joyce complaint ordeal 'frightening'Daily Mail
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Brisbane Times
'Name and shame them': Fresh calls for Liberal Party women to 'name and shame' colleagues
Brisbane Times
The Liberal Party is being urged to “name and shame” those who bully or intimidate their colleagues in federal Parliament, amid growing fears the party is failing to recruit enough women to fight the next election. Former Liberal Party vice-president ...
Morning mail: Ann Sudmalis names namesThe Guardian

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Daily Telegraph
Premier Gladys Berejiklian backs off promise to shut down Defqon dance festival despite four deaths
Daily Telegraph
THE dance music festival where two young people died at the weekend has been labelled a “massive failure of safety” by Gladys Berejiklian — but the NSW Premier has backtracked on her vow to shut it down. In the aftermath of the deadly Defqon. 1 event ...
Defqon deaths prompt NSW Government to assemble 'expert panel' on music festival safetyABC News
Father Of Man Who Died At Defqon.1 Says Festival Shouldn't Be Shut DownMusic Feeds
Gladys Berejiklian holds off on threat to close Defqon.1 festivalThe Australian
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Scott Morrison Says Laws Needed To Stop Future Threats To Religious Freedom
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said “preventative regulation and legislation” is required to protect freedom of religion in Australia from future threats. In an interview on Sky News, Morrison said he was concerned about the “trajectory” of free ...

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The Australian
Strawberry growers deep in the red as crisis bites
The Australian
Share this article. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. Strawberry growers deep in the red as crisis bites. Braetop Berries grower Aidan Young amid thousands of dollars worth of strawberries about to be ploughed into the ground at his Queensland farm.
Drone reveals extent of strawberry dumping at farmCourier Mail
We need to defy the needless strawberry needle panicHerald Sun
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Reef grant 'what is needed': foundation
A controversial $444.3 million federal grant to the Great Barrier Reef Foundation is necessary to protect the reef against the threats of climate change, its chairman says. Dr John Schubert gave evidence for the first time to a Senate committee in ...
Record $443.3m grant for Great Barrier Reef Foundation will help save reefThe Australian Financial Review
Malcolm Turnbull called on to answer $444-million question2GB

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