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Consumer watchdog says fine is inadequate deterrent. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is appealing the federal court’s decision to fine Reckitt Benckiser $1.7 million for its Nurofen Specific Pain …

A NSW pharmacist has pleaded guilty to charges of repeatedly putting drugs in a pharmacy assistant’s drinks while at work. Yan Chi “Anthony” Cheung, 33, appeared before Waverley Local Court …

An absence from work certificate obtained from a pharmacist has been deemed “plainly inadequate” to obtain an adjournment from the Migration Review Tribunal, now the Administrative Appeals Tribunal. Nyarna Kyaw …

A pharmacist has been sentenced to 15 months’ imprisonment for her part in the genital mutilation of her two daughters. The woman, whose name was withheld by the court to …

Why was a pharmacy accused of ‘spoliation of evidence’? Can pharmacies cite religion as a reason for not dispensing medicines?  Part 2 of a look at recent US pharmacy cases …

Can a pharmacist who is afraid of needles be fired for not providing immunisations? Should a pharmacist-in-charge be liable for theft by a pharmacy technician? The legal risks potentially faced by …