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Only 3,000 people live there – yet the people of Bonny Hills gathered 2,813 signatures to get their own pharmacy… and won Visiting Bonny Hills …

As Australia enters federal election mode, it’s been a busy week in politics and in pharmacy This week Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the much-anticipated …

A state Guild Councillor says it’s “unfair and spurious” to link the Pharmacy Guild’s 2018 engagement with One Nation to recent revelations about the right-wing …

This week we saw an early Budget handed down, with some goodies for pharmacy included The April 2 Federal Budget included boosts to the AHI …

The Pharmacy Guild has come under scrutiny over $15,000 in donations to One Nation But the two payments were for attendance at Party events, the …

Why are some jurisdictions dragging their feet on real-time monitoring? asks Angelo Pricolo As Victoria powers ahead with the Australia’s first automated Real-Time Prescription Monitoring …

It’s been a busy week for the Pharmacy Guild, as it battled a proposal to let patients get double quantities of some PBS medicines per …

A Sydney council has voted to seek jurisdiction over exterior paintwork, after a Chemist Warehouse was considered too garish Former immigration minister Philip Ruddock, who …

NZ pharmacist donates halal meals to terror victims; Nigerian pharmacist wins global award with fake drug spotter; UK loses another pharmacy minister Christchurch, New Zealand: …

The Guild is now in a “dispute” with the Government after news which left national president George Tambassis “staggered” Mr Tambassis has sent a communique …

Stakeholders have welcomed the re-election of the Berejiklian NSW Government and called for more hospital pharmacists and support for pharmacy In congratulating the return of …

In her first editorial as interim executive director of the Pharmacy Guild, Pam Price has highlighted political support for community pharmacy She said that this …