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What you were reading in early 2017 Here are the 10 most read stories on AJP.com.au in January/early February 2017 Pharmacist brought down by addiction  Pharmacist struck off for supplying …

A short list of tips for Pokémon Go players who want to avoid stepping on people’s toes – both figuratively and literally My husband and I were walking through Priceline …

Today: How the PBS cuts were reported, pharmacists in GP clinics and social media addiction In today’s news round-up: How did mainstream media report the latest round of PBS cuts? A trial of …

Today: Sigma eyes expansion, Soul Patts shares rise and a pharmacist in a dating game After the money Sigma says it is intent on chasing a bigger share of the …

Today in our news roundup: growth plan for Terry White group; small business owners suffer under paid parental leave and good news on beta-blockers launches Expansion plans Reports of acquisition …

Today in our news roundup: Landmark E-cigarette case; vaporiser ban and pharmacy staff headline a fashion festival E-cigarette legal threat It is still illegal to sell e-cigarettes in Western Australia …

Today in our news roundup: warnings over the timing of TGA staff cuts, and more revelations about big pharma’s business practices No time for cutbacks Revelations that the TGA plans …

Today in our news round-up, calls for a new GP funding plan, and a pharmacist in trouble over ‘bong shop’ claims Funding shake-up The Grattan Institute is calling for a …

Our daily round-up of the news pharmacists need to know Pharmacy assault charges ABC News A woman is to front court after being charged with assaulting pharmacy staff in Longreach, …

Our daily roundup of what’s in the news Health premiums rise, Health Minister says families ‘better off’ The Age 02/03 Private health insurance premiums will rise by an average of …

Our daily roundup of what’s in the news Herbal supplements linked to at least six Australian organ transplants since 2011, data shows ABC news 1/3/2016 At least six Australians needed …

West Australian pharmacist, Swarup Afsar, has been voted the UTS 2015 Pharmacist of the Year for his work in mental health and the development of an innovative counselling service.