A blood test could soon identify those at risk of Alzheimer's disease after Australian scientists identified a series of markers associated with the degenerative condition.
For Evelyn Scott, $1 a day will buy peace of mind.
Whenever Naomi Anderson tries to upgrade her daughter's wheelchair, the shop assistant's question is always the same.
Julia Gillard issues high-stakes ultimatum to Tony Abbott to immediately back special levy to finance a disability insurance scheme or see the issue mired in political campaigning.
Vast stores of guns, drugs and other contraband seized by Australia's Customs Service have been left vulnerable to theft because of serious security weaknesses, according to a federal government audit.
Racing stewards are investigating whether More Joyous, was injected with an anti-arthritic drug.
The abuse of children by priests and church workers often begins between the ages of six and 10, and generally only stops when victims take action to stop it or avoid it, a new study has found.
Joe Hockey is wrong. The shadow treasurer said on Wednesday he did not see a national disability insurance scheme levy as 'the right solution in this environment'.
Australians are living longer but with increasing levels of chronic and disabling conditions such as back pain, depression, obesity and anxiety.
The Labor Party is being abandoned by an aviation union that played a central role in the 2011 Qantas dispute.
Cash awaits groups Penrith MP Stuart Ayres is urging community groups to apply for the 2013 Community Building Partnership program.