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Pauline’s ‘wellness halo’
DES RYAN : THE INTERVIEW
AT THE SA Food Industry Awards last month, Pauline Mooney made a fleeting
reference to the “wellness halo”.
She dropped the
term into her
presentation of the
adding a personal
chocolate and wine –
proof, she said, that
you can indeed buy
As speeches went on
the evening, it was
slightly quirky and
wholly... Read more
MARK METHERELL : FAIRFAX
THE battle between the food industry and health groups over contents
labelling intensifies today with an expert panel expected to signal whether
Australia should consider simplified ‘’traffic light’’ labels.
Federal and state food ministers will today receive an interim version of an
important report on food labelling which is expected to stoke controversy.
The food industry and health groups are polarised on labels that would
use green, amber and red signs to signal the level of a food product’s
potentially unhealthy ingredients such as fat, sugar and salt.
The food industry dismisses the system as simplistic, but health groups
argue simple labels are just what is needed to prevent obesity. Read more
Net closes on Assange
IGOR GEDILAGHINE : AFP
STOCKHOLM: Sweden says it will issue a fresh arrest
warrant for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as new
revelations from his website’s expose of US diplomatic
cables saw Russia branded a “mafia state”.
While the elusive whistleblower laid low, his British lawyer
insisted that police knew his whereabouts and it emerged
that an initial warrant was defective. Read more
Secret evidence risks test
SOUTH Australia’s controversial secret evidence laws are
now vulnerable to legal challenge, with the major parties
failing to agree on crucial amendments.
The legal fraternity and civil libertarians say the laws are
a breach of human rights and have called for them to be
They are part of the government’s fight against organised
crime and can apply to anyone seeking a... Read more
Medicare rorts cost $10m
RORTING of Medicare rose to a record $10 million of
incorrect or fraudulent claims last year.
The government has been fighting to improve policing of
suspect doctors and health professionals and investigators
have identified 477 practitioners, mainly doctors, who
claimed wrongly off Medicare.
A Medicare watchdog agency, the Professional Services
Review, had to defer hearings into suspect... Read more
War of true pavlova
ONE of the great English language dictionaries has tried
to smash a beloved piece of Australian culinary history:
our claim to being the birthplace of the pavlova.
New Zealanders yesterday moved a step closer to claiming
the crisp meringue, cream and fruit dish as their own
when the Oxford English Dictionary online edition
claimed the dessert was first recorded in New Zealand
in 1927 in Davis Dainty Dishes, a publication of the Davis
Gelatine Company. Read more
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