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ACT Budget 2011 - 2012 (3 May 2011)

For all ACT Budget papers visit the ACT Treasury website. The link above takes you to Health budget media releases.

Cooking for Family and Friends (21 April 2011)

This Easter, the last thing we want is for it to end with our guests getting sick with food poisoning.

Keep Safe While Camping (21 April 2011)

People camping should take care to protect themselves from mosquito-borne infections.

Chronic Disease Telephone Coaching (18 April 2011)

The ACT Health Chronic Disease Telephone Coaching Service is now fully operational and ready to receive referrals.

Gonorrhoea cases increase in ACT (15 April 2011)

ACT Health today reminded Canberrans to be aware of the symptoms of gonorrhoea and ensure they practice safe sex.

Sound Disaster Planning at ACT Health (14 April 2011)

ACT Health has demonstrated its planning to keep the healthcare system running during disasters.

Burnet Report tabled (7 April 2011)

This is an independent report into drug policies and services at the Alexander Maconochie Centre.

Hepatitis E Health Alert (6 April 2011)

ACT Health has issued a public health alert today because a food handler has been diagnosed with Hepatitis E.

Health Status of Young People 2011 (1 April 2011)

This publication provides an overview of the health and wellbeing of young people aged 12 to 25 years in the ACT.

Death Cap Mushroom Warning (29 March 2011)

The Death Cap mushroom is a deadly poisonous introduced fungus responsible for 90% of all mushroom related deaths.

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