ABC New March 4, 2015
A total of 250 people are now sick after a suspected salmonella outbreak at a school principals’ conference in Brisbane last week, Queensland Health says.
About 1,200 delegates gathered for the conference on February 26 and 27 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre (BCEC).
Chief health officer Dr Jeannette Young said 250 have now reported gastro-intestinal symptoms, up from 175 on Tuesday. Continue reading…
Brisbane Times Petrina Berry, Cameron Atfield 3 March 2015
Salmonella is believed to be the culprit behind one of Queensland’s worst mass food poisonings. Queensland Health says 175 school principals have contracted food poisoning after attending a conference at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on Thursday and Friday. Twenty-four principals have been hospitalised, but none are in a critical condition.
Dozens hit by suspected salmonella outbreak at Brisbane principals’ conference
Dr Young said Queensland Health expected to confirm the source of the food poisoning outbreak within the next 24 to 48 hours.
Brisbane Times AAP 3 March 2015
More than 160 Queensland school principals have been struck down with food poisoning linked to a conference in Brisbane.
News.com.au Jessica Marszalek February 26, 2015
NEARLY 200 imported foods bound for Australian supermarkets in the past six months contained contaminants that cause miscarriages, cholera and other harmful effects.
And 83 of those were already released for sale by the time authorities realised they’d failed food safety tests.
Courier Mail Damon Guppy 20 January 2015 page 5
A SUSHI supplier has been ordered to stop trading while authorities carry out an investigation into another suspected salmonella outbreak that has poisoned dozens of people across Brisbane.
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Courier Mail Damon Guppy 13 January 2015
A CLOSURE order for a restaurant at the centre of a mass food poisoning is due to expire today but authorities are yet to finish their investigation into the outbreak. Tests have confirmed traces of the bacteria were detected at the Springwood restaurant and raw eggs are suspected to have caused the contamination.
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The Brisbane Times | January 8, 2015 | Natalie Bochenski
Health authorities have confirmed salmonella as the cause of an outbreak of food poisoning that’s affected more than 100 people.
Logan City Council shut down the Chin Chin Chinese restaurant at Springwood on Monday after dozens of people presented at hospitals with vomiting, stomach cramps, diarrhoea and other symptoms. Continue reading…
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