A conference of some 1,200 Queensland state school principals and senior departmental officers held at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) late last week ended with scores of school...

The chikungunya epidemic in the Western hemisphere has increased by 3,000 cases during the past week with the new tally at 1,247,000 since the first autochthonous cases were reported on the Caribbean island...

New South Wales Health has reported four cases of scombroid food poisoning linked to imported canned tuna served at Sydney Cafe prompting an investigation. The product in question, John Bull Tuna Chunky...

In a follow-up to the Australia hepatitis A outbreak linked to Nanna’s frozen berries, South Australia health has reported their first case, bringing the total tally nationwide to 20. To date cases...

The number of hepatitis A cases in Australia linked to Nanna’s Berry products has increased , according to a Victoria health alert Tuesday. The updated case count is now 18. Four products from Patties...

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During the past week, some 14 hepatitis A cases have been reported from several areas of Australia, with health officials from Queensland Health, Victoria, NSW and WA Health saying there is a link between...

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Western Australia Health (WA Health) has reported their first case of hepatitis A linked to the recently recalled Nanna’s and Creative Gourmet brands of frozen mixed berries. This brings the country...

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The number of hepatitis A cases linked to the consumption of Nanna’s Frozen Mixed Berry in Australia has increased to 13, according to a notice from Prof. Michael Ackland, Deputy Chief Health Officer,...

In a follow-up to the hepatitis A outbreak in Australia linked to Nanna’s Berries, in which at least 10 people have been sickened, reports from the Department for Education and Child Development...

In a follow-up to the hepatitis A outbreak in Australia due to tainted berries, Queensland Health officials have reported an additional case bringing the total to five. There has been 10 total cases reported...