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Going to sleep on either side in late pregnancy more than halves stillbirth risk: Red Nose

AN international study co-funded by Red Nose Australia shows that going to sleep on either side in the last three months of pregnancy, can more than halve the risk of stillbirth.

Labor’s plastics plan a step towards tackling pollution tsunami, says AMCS

LABOR’s plan to “Create a Cleaner Australia” announced today is a welcome Federal commitment to start tackling the tsunami of plastic pollution, the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) says.

Charity river bike ride to raise funds for farmers & veterans

A THOUSAND kilometres will be pedalled - from Adelaide to Wodonga - all in an effort to raise much-needed funds for struggling farmers and veterans.

Adani fined for releasing polluted water into wetlands

ADANI should have been fixing its coal port rather than running an ad campaign to push through its mine, the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS) says, after the miner was fined for exceeding its pollution limits at its Abbot Point port on the Great Barrier Reef coast.