South Australia pharmacists will be able to prescribe antibiotics for UTIs (urinary tract infections) from March next year.
Hot and dry conditions from an El Niño weather event are likely to continue into May next year, according to the BoM.
Record lows in electricity demand have been tied to this year’s mild winter temperatures, according to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER).
NSW Police could soon be able to fine people caught with small amounts of drugs, instead of issuing criminal charges.
FIFA, football’s global governing body, has announced the 2030 Men’s World Cup will be played across six countries.
Paris residents have reported bedbugs on trains, in movie theatres, and at airports, while outbreaks in Lyon and Marseilles have forced school closures.
Swimming’s global governing body says no entries have been received for its open category events, ahead of this week’s World Cup in Berlin.
A Nobel prize has been awarded to two scientists whose discovery led to the first COVID-19 vaccines, years after their original research.
The Federal Government has announced a $22.1 billion budget surplus for the 2022/23 financial year, the first in 15 years.
A group of Australian politicians are in Washington, calling for the release of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
The report, conducted by the Copernicus Climate Change Service, said the June-August period was the warmest “by a large margin”.