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Five star Langham Hotel in hot water over salmonella outbreak following high tea service

21 July, 2015

A high tea service at Melbourne's five star Langham Hotel has left 6 people in hospital and a further 28 unwell. The service took place at the hotel's Aria Bar and Lounge over the weekend of the 11th and 12th July.

Local liquor accord credited with decrease in alcohol-fuelled violence in Stanthorpe

Hoteliers in Stanthorpe have recently thanked their local liquor accord for contributing to a significant decrease in violence arising from the excessive consumption of liquor.

For the months of April and May 2015 the number of assaults related to alcohol consumption and arrests for being drunk and disorderly were down markedly in comparison with the same period in 2014.

Gluten free here to stay

Gluten-free eating is more than just a fad as people are becoming more health conscious.

Not too long ago it was difficult to find a restaurant on the Gold Coast that served gluten-free food, let alone tasty GF food, but not there are six eateries

1. Marie Anit's - Burleigh Heads

2. Mandala Arts Cafe - Mermaid Beach

3. BSKT  Cafe - Nobbys Beach

Healthy Serve at Breakfast sets children up for the day of learning

 It's more difficult to get out of bed in the winter, but students are encouraged to tuck-in to a bowl of hot porridge or a couple of slices of warm toast before school.

Magic Mushies Super Boost Vitamin D

New research shows that you can get double your daily vitamin D requirement by eating mushrooms which emerged as the latest superfood.

Taking food for aged care residents

Showing that you care for loved ones who are residents in aged care facilities by bringing them little treats or perhaps their favourite food is wonderful, but the last thing that you want to do is make them sick! As people age their immune systems become weaker and their stomachs produce less of the acid that helps prevent germs from causing harm to their bodies.

Choking hazards of all sorts found in food products by Ipswich consumers

USED bandaids, dead insects and cigarette butts are just some of the weird and gut-wrenching things being found in store-bought food products.

Ipswich City Council Health and Community Safety committee chairman Andrew Antoniolli said last year the council received 101 complaints about food safety and hygiene.