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The Pharmacy Guild of Australia has congratulated Dominic Perrottet on his appointment on Tuesday as Premier of NSW National President of the Pharmacy Guild Trent Twomey said Mr Perrottet had …

Perhaps unsurprisingly, COVID-19 vaccination was the talk of the pharmacy sector this week On Friday a major change to the vaccine rollout was announced: all eligible pharmacies are now to …

Anti-vaccination ads authorised by Clive Palmer, which claimed to link COVID-19 vaccination to 210 deaths, have been pulled from the airwaves The Therapeutic Goods Administration says it is “seriously concerned” …

The Guild has congratulated the re-elected Gutwein Government, noting it has pledged to review scope of practice Patients of community pharmacies across Tasmania will benefit from the re-elected Government’s promises …

A former RACGP head calls for full scope of practice for pharmacists, as Labor pledges to provide financial support for after-hours pharmacies Tasmania is readying for its state election this …

PSA has urged the Victorian Government to take action in three areas to reduce medicine-related harm The organisation is also calling on the state Government to improve access to vaccinations …

One stakeholder is urging the need for the WA Government to review the Commercial Tenancy Act, saying the current legislation is “ineffective” Ahead of the state election, the Pharmacy Guild …

Queensland has a new Health Minister, who has been “warmly welcomed” by the Pharmacy Guild On Tuesday, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced that Deputy Premier Steven Miles, who has held the …

One pharmacy group has challenged another, alleging it took credit for the other’s work On Monday, the AJP published an article, Plans for Queensland’s pharmacists, which incorporated information from a …

One organisation says it will push to allow pharmacists to administer more routine medicines, such as injectable buprenorphine, insulin or Vitamin B12 The PSA has congratulated the re-elected Labor Palaszczuk …

Doctors have criticised Queensland’s move towards downscheduling the Pill and UTI medicines as “a cynical attempt to buy the female vote” Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk and Health Minister Steven Miles …

Politicians have thanked pharmacy for the sector’s tireless work during the recent bushfires… while new research looks at how many people were affected A NSW South Coast pharmacist who kept …