The Western Australia Department of Corrective Services has signed a three-year $4.3 million IT services deal with CSC for offering the supply of applications support for its convict record.
The file has been able to maintain records of all WA lawbreakers under detention ever since 2000 and is a hub section of prison and imprisonment centre operations.
According to a study, teenagers consuming alcohol are at a greater risk for benign breast cancer disease (BBD) that can result in growth of breast cancer in adulthood.
The point is that teenagers should evade alcoholic drinks that actually have been acknowledged by the U. S. Federal Government as cancer-causing catalysts.
The Federal Government has proffered state and territory chiefs, an additional $1.2 billion to gather their support for its health proposal.
The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) convention has concluded for the day and the discussions will carry on tomorrow, as leaders have not yet talked about the most contentious aspects of the plan.
Animal rights assembly, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, has forwarded a request in writing to the Federal Government offering to end its movement against wool farmers.
PETA says that if the Government sets up a time limit to resolve the mulesing problem by using genetics, the group will expand its suspension on boycotts of sellers for two additional years.
The Brisbane trial of ex-Bundaberg Surgeon, Jayant Patel has heard that a patient's heart was turned poisonous by over dosage of potassium.
Patel, 60, has beseeched not responsible to illegally killing three patients, together with renal patient, James Phillips, 46, and causing serious physical injury to a fourth man.