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How music can help us cope with isolation

Couch choirs, balcony opera, quarantine playlists … in a short time, COVID-19 has prompted a chorus of musical responses to help us...

Dr Google fuelling ‘cyberchondriacs’: study

New research from Edith Cowan University (ECU) raises serious doubts about the efficacy of ‘Dr Google’, with a study showing symptom checkers...

No new cases as ACT COVID-19 curve remains flat

The curve remains flat in the ACT with no new cases of COVID-19 recorded in the ACT in the past 24 hours. The ACT’s total remains at 104.

COVID-19: A tale of lost jobs and uncertain health

More than 600,000 Australians have lost their jobs due to COVID-19 and two-thirds of Aussies say they feel anxious about their health...

Qantas to increase flights from Canberra this month

Weekly return flights operating out of Canberra Airport will increase to 19 flights to Sydney, 16 to Melbourne, and 10 flights to Brisbane by the end of June.

Call on Canberra community for mental health recovery

Community organisations and individuals are being urged to apply for funding with ideas and programs focused on community mental health recovery.

High smoking rates linked to ongoing effects of colonisation

Researchers at ANU have reviewed a range of existing historical evidence to determine the root cause of high smoking rates in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population.

Libraries close, city services change in response to COVID-19

Public libraries are closed as the ACT Government introduces changes to city services in response to a temporary shutdown of non-essential services.

Almost half of COVID-19 cases in ACT have recovered

Almost half – 47 in total – of all confirmed COVID-19 cases in the ACT have recovered and been released from...

Some elective surgery and procedures to resume in ACT

Some elective surgery and procedures will recommence in the ACT this week, in line with the Federal Government’s announcement last Tuesday, 21 April.

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