Good morning, early birds. The NSW energy minister has called the Coalition's approach to energy and climate policy "out of touch", and ICAC raids Labor offices over party donations and fundraising. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
Good morning, early birds. Kerry Stokes is now embroiled in reports about media involvement in the usurpation of Malcolm Turnbull. Plus, a Senate inquiry finds Peter Dutton misled parliament over the au pair scandal. It's the news you need to know, with Chris Woods.
In 2008 Australia committed to a five-year plan to fight cancer, including tackling physical inactivity, diet, smoking and alcohol use. Crikey intern Isabel Filgueiras hands down a report card on how we did.
Uruguay has a novel approach to drugs, and no one wants to do anything about climate change. Plus other political snippets noted along the way.
We need to build on, and improve, high quality systems to ensure a world-class screening program, writes Terry Slevin, education and research director, Cancer Council WA.
Despite cancer research increasingly unveiling more about the ‘big C’, we still see myths thrive. What effect does this have? Myths are just part and parcel of the great unknown -- right? It shouldn't be this way, says Freddy Sitas.
Both a Lancet article and cancer report squarely indicate that the CSIRO is swimming like a dying salmon against a huge waterfall with its high red meat, high methane, totally misnamed "Total Wellbeing Diet", writes Geoff Russell.