The leading ladies of Australia’s horticulture industry will paint the town pink at the Hort Connections 2018 conference in Brisbane – and it’s all in the name of a good cause.
The Government will provide funding to support the mental health of farmers, mining workers and Indigenous Australians living in rural and regional Australia.
We love our barbies in Australia, but you may not realise that all that charcoal smoke could be getting under your skin.
Shitbox Rally has raised more than $1.75 million in 2018, smashing their goal of $1.67 million with the rally yet to begin. it also breaks the record for the most money raised in a single rally since they began in 2009. Donations continue to grow daily with all proceeds going to Cancer Council.
Men with highly physical jobs appear to have a significantly higher risk of early death compared with men who have largely inactive jobs, suggests a study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
New analysis shows it’s a big fat myth. More than one in three men (35%) incorrectly think low-carb beer is healthy.
More than one quarter of fly-in, fly-out (FIFO) workers in remote mining and construction sites rated their psychological stress as high or very high, compared with just 10.8% of the general population, according to research.
The WA Government has allocated more than $188,000 worth of training grants to 12 community organisations to help build resilience and prevent suicide in local communities.
Rising Adelaide Crows star Hugh Greenwood will be wearing pink laces on his footy boots for the AFL season to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Network Australia’s Pink Sports Day campaign.
Rail industry employees across Australia and New Zealand created a conversation movement by asking, “Are you ok?” of each other on 12 April 2018, the fourth annual Rail R U OK?Day.