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There are questions about some of the evidence presented to the Senate committee hearing into the effects of red tape on pharmacy rules, says Anthony Tassone   Evidence presented by Michael Rhodes …

Upscheduling to go ahead on 1 February, after TGA didn’t receive any formal submission to delay, senior bureaucrat confirms OTC codeine in Australia is set to become a memory with …

Government condemned over ‘tough love’ drug testing policy by Opposition Health Minister in Parliament—but Senate has recommended it be passed A Senate committee has recommended the “welfare reform” bill behind …

New laws will see penalties of up to $630,000 for “unscrupulous” employers who knowingly underpay their employees The Fair Work Amendment (Protecting Vulnerable Workers) Bill 2017 will see franchisors and …

Questions over use of taxpayer funds to compensate pharmacy, as department admits script shortfall “a lot more” than $200 million budgeted for relief  Australia Greens leader Senator Richard Di Natale …

Hep C program success “extraordinary”, Senate committee hears, but no mention of cost to pharmacy  However, there is no mention of the issue of the cost of supplying and stocking …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia yesterday gave evidence to the Senate Economics Legislation committee inquiry into the National Health Amendment Bill, and said it wants a “timely” passage of the Bill through the …

The Senate is being pushed not to delay the passage of the National Health Amendment (Pharmaceutical Benefits) Bill which is the key to implementation of the 6CPA by the PSA. …