Opening hours for Christmas and New Year15-12-2017
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from December 10th – December 15th, 1pm
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2017 CHRISTMAS CUT-OFF DATES
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It is estimated that road crashes cost Australia $27 billion every year.
Since record keeping started in 1925, there have been more than 189,000 road deaths in Australia.
During the ‘silly season’ most people will consider their alcohol consumption and how it may affect their driving. However, many people don’t realise that medicines can also affect driving.
We all know alcohol can slow our reflexes, but many medicines can do this too. If your driving skills are compromised by medicine side effects, you may cause an accident and risk death or injury to yourself or others. Other risks include fines, property damage, and loss of licence, or even time in jail. Read More >
1 in 11 Australian men will develop bowel cancer in their lifetime.
Bowel cancer affects men of all ages – and risk increases every year from age 50.
Around 55% of all Australians diagnosed with bowel cancer are men.
Choices you make related to diet, lifestyle, screening and surveillance can influence your bowel cancer risk.
Because you can change or modify these risk factors, they are referred to as ‘modifiable’.
Increased age, personal and family health history and hereditary conditions can also influence your bowel cancer risk.
Because you cannot change these risk factors, they are referred to as ‘non-modifiable’. Read More >
Heartburn is a feeling of discomfort or burning, rising up from the lower chest to the neck.
Most of us at some time in our lives will experience heartburn – after a big meal, undertaking strenuous activity too soon after eating, or drinking too much alcohol or coffee.
Heartburn (gastro-oesophageal reflux or indigestion) is really very common.
What is heartburn?
Heartburn is caused by the contents of the stomach coming back up into the oesophagus where it can cause a burning sensation in the chest or throat. Read More >