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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 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, 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

Thu 19 Oct 17

Codeine letter revealed

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A joint letter to Australia's health ministers penned by doctors' groups, Pain Australia and the Consumers Health Forum has been made public, with the organisations reiterating the Therapeutic Goods Administration's key findings from the review of codeine use.

Thu 19 Oct 17

Ailments scheme urged

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IMPLEMENTING self-care policies such as pharmacy-based minor ailments services is a cost-effective way to reduce the load on hospital emergency departments, according to a presentation yesterday at the World Self Medication Industry General Assembly in Sydney.

Thu 19 Oct 17

PD breaking news – API announces growth in tougher retail environment

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API announces growth in tougher retail environmentAustralian Pharmaceutical Industries (API)  has announced its FY results with underlying net profit after tax (NPAT) of $54.2m for the year ending 31 Aug 2017, up 5.4% on the previous year and slightly ahead of the company's profit guidance issued 02 Aug.Total revenue for the period increased 5.8% to $4.04b with reported EBITDA up 3.8% to $117.9m and underlying EBITDA up 6.1% to $120.5m.There was no reported net debt at the end of the financial year, which was achieved earlier than the company's guidance that it would reach this objective by calendar year end.

Wed 18 Oct 17

CW to soar through the sky

IN AN Australian and global first, Chemist Warehouse (CW) has announced it will partner with X's Project Wing to test drone delivery technology (pictured) to households in ACT and Queanbeyan regions.

Wed 18 Oct 17

Pharmacy: Gateway to Care

THE 5,700 community pharmacies spread across the Australian landscape are the obvious gateway to patient self care, according to the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP), says FIP Fellow pharmacist Paul Sinclair (pictured).

Wed 18 Oct 17

GPs blast Guild lobbying

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THE Pharmacy Guild has rejected "outrageous and baseless claims" by doctors groups, which have accused it of trying to buy a change in codeine policy through donations to political parties.

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