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Pharmacy Daily is Australia’s favourite online publication dedicated to the pharmacy industry. The publication launched in March 2007 and is distributed every day by email to pharmacists across the country. Pharmacy Daily is aimed at people working in the pharmacy industry – pharmacists, dispensary assistants and shop staff as well as people working in manufacturing and hospital pharmacy. Currently more than 12,500 people read Pharmacy Daily, with numbers growing every day.

Pharmacy Daily is renowned for breaking the big pharmacy industry stories and has close links with the Pharmacy Guild, Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and other government and industry bodies as well as wholesalers and other suppliers, making the free publication the best way to keep fully informed about the industry.

Editorial Opportunities

Pharmacy Daily aims to bring the most up-to-date and relevant information to the industry each day. Accordingly we welcome any relevant newsworthy editorial – new products, news releases, appointments and any special offers. We also publish photographs of industry events and anything else of interest so keep those cameras handy!

If you need to reach the Australian pharmacy industry with timely, up-to-date information Pharmacy Daily is an ideal medium. All editorial contributions can be emailed to info@pharmacydaily.com.au or faxed to 1300 799 221 or +61 2 8007 6769.

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More Information

Anyone wanting more information on Pharmacy Daily can contact us on info@pharmacydaily.com.au, by phone on 1300 799 220 (within Australia) or +61 2 8007 6760 (overseas). Our fax number is 1300 799 221 (within Australia) or +61 2 8007 6769.



Latest Pharmacy Daily headlines

Mon 26 Feb 18

Cannabis claims challenge


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CLAIMS that medical cannabis use has reduced opioid overdose deaths in the United States (PD Friday) have been challenged by a University of Queensland (UQ) drug abuse expert.


Mon 26 Feb 18

Beauty Prescription bash


PRICELINE Pharmacy transformed Sydney's Randwick Racecourse into a spectacular health and beauty playground last week at its annual 'Beauty Prescription' signature event where around 200 guests gained insights into the latest trends in new products.


Fri 23 Feb 18

New $35m global Ego HQ


FEDERAL Minister for Health Greg Hunt officially opened Ego Pharmaceuticals' new $35m global headquarters in Dandenong South yesterday.


Fri 23 Feb 18

Blackmores profit up 20%


BLACKMORES has reported overall group revenue was boosted 9% to $287m for the six months to 31 Dec primarily from "consistent sales growth with improved profitability" and resulting in net profit after tax for shareholders at $34m, up 20% on the previous corresponding period (PD Breaking News yesterday).


Fri 23 Feb 18

MCC on cautionary RACP


AUSTRALIA'S peak medical cannabis industry group, the Medical Cannabis Council (MCC), today said the Royal Australian College of Physicians' (RACP) reticence towards medical cannabis "disregards patient and international experience".


Thu 22 Feb 18

PD breaking news – Blackmores H1 profit up 20%


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Blackmores H1 profit up 20%Blackmores has reported overall group revenue was boosted 9% to $287m for the six months to 31 Dec primarily from “consistent sales growth with improved profitability” and resulting in net profit after tax for shareholders at $34m, up 20% on the previous corresponding period.Revenue in Australia and New Zealand was $121m, slightly down from the previous year as the broader consumer market remained subdued and China-influenced sales continued to move to Blackmores’ direct China channels, directors said.


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