Flu spike hits blood and vaccine supplies

WA’s horror early start to the flu season has prompted an urgent call for blood donors and reports of influenza vaccine shortages at pharmacies across the state. Sixty people a day in WA are cancelling appointments to donate blood during cold and flu season and an extra 450 are needed …

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WA’s EPA warned against emissions ‘error’

The Liberals and energy giant Woodside have fired pre-emptive strikes against Western Australia’s environmental protection watchdog, fearing it will again recommend emissions-intensive projects should be carbon neutral. The Environmental Protection Authority is seeking submissions on greenhouse gas guidelines for 12 weeks starting June 10, with chairman Tom Hatton saying all …

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How Monaco delivered F1 2019 tense drama and talking points

That was a typically dramatic Monaco Grand Prix weekend! F1’s ‘jewel in the crown’ is sometimes criticised for producing processional racing but at the end of the day, I can’t imagine a World Championship without a race in Monaco. The whole weekend builds up to a crescendo in qualifying because …

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