Go55s - For the active over 55s
Travel in Japan: language is no barrier

Travel in Japan: language is no barrier

By Lyndal Phillips Is a visit to Japan high on your bucket list? Did you know that Australians don’t need a visa and the flight time is ju...
Seafood, Sunsets and Whales…Port Stephens

Seafood, Sunsets and Whales…Port Stephens

– just 2.5hrs North of Sydney – Perfect for your next break away. If you’re looking for a relaxing break away that’s a l...
Updating your will

Updating your will

Marriage equality is now law, so with the prospect of increasing numbers of those in love rushing off to the altar, the NSW Trustee &
Travelling North

Travelling North

Australian playwright, David Williamson’s “Travelling North” is a wonderful start to the Genesian Theatre’s 2018 list of exciting pl...
The Lady and the Unicorn French Tapestries

The Lady and the Unicorn French Tapestries

One of the most famous masterpieces of medieval art, “The Lady and the Unicorn”, is now on exclusive display in Australia at the Art Gal...
Aussie Seniors Start the Dialogue on Death to Boot the Taboo

Aussie Seniors Start the Dialogue on Death to Boot the Taboo

Whilst it may not be the most cheerful topic for discussion, there’s no avoiding the fact that we’re all going to have to deal with deat...
FANCY A SHORT WORKING HOLIDAY?

FANCY A SHORT WORKING HOLIDAY?

2018 marks the 39th year of a volunteer bush regeneration project in the iconic coastal National Park of Crowdy Bay, on the NSW Mid North Co...
Starting a new business when you’re over 55

Starting a new business when you’re over 55

By Anna Rogan If you have the energy and the vision, it’s never too late to kick off that brilliant business idea!
Connect with aged care support services

Connect with aged care support services

It’s never too early to find out about what aged care services and supports are available before you need them.
Manage your vices and gain $50 a week

Manage your vices and gain $50 a week

By Anna Rogan Are your vices getting in the way of a good holiday? Imagine what could you do with an extra $50 plus a week in your wallet?
Take your teeth on vacation: medical tourism

Take your teeth on vacation: medical tourism

By Anna Rogan The lure of white sandy beaches, crystal blue waters, palm trees swaying in a cool sea breeze, and the promise of good teeth &...
Flickerfest Short Film Festival

Flickerfest Short Film Festival

Flickerfest, the annual international short film festival that has been wowing audiences for 27 years at Sydney’s famous Bondi Beach, as w...
Community gardens

Community gardens

Community gardens are places where people come together to grow food, foster good health, green urban environments, support life long learni...
How to stay healthy during a season of gluttony

How to stay healthy during a season of gluttony

By Anna Rogan Everyone deserves to indulge a little while celebrating and spending time with family and friends. 
Tassie Icons Along A Rugged Coastline

Tassie Icons Along A Rugged Coastline

JOHN McNAMEE DISCOVERS SOME WONDERS ON THE APPLE ISLE It was almost three o’clock in the morning and the holiday park was shrouded in a mi...
RUSHCUTTERS BAY HAS GONE TO THE DOGS

RUSHCUTTERS BAY HAS GONE TO THE DOGS

Those of a certain age will remember the “good old days” around the King’s Cross area.
FROM AGRABAH TO THE PENINSULA – SAND SCULPTING AUSTRALIA REVEAL NEW THEME

FROM AGRABAH TO THE PENINSULA – SAND SCULPTING AUSTRALIA REVEAL NEW THEME

Sand Sculpting Australia returns for its eleventh year on the Frankston Waterfront with ‘Aladdin and The Arabian Tales’.
The Day The Wharfie Pinched My Bum!

The Day The Wharfie Pinched My Bum!

VETERAN STAR OF STAGE AND SCREEN NOELINE BROWN TALKS TO JOHN McNAMEE ABOUT HER LATEST BOOK EXPLORING THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF THE SIXTIES….A...
Mobility scooters – not another enquiry!

Mobility scooters – not another enquiry!

Leading mobility scooter importer and retailer, Scooters Australia, welcomes the probe into the mobility scooter industry by the Rural and R...
Seniors Want Crackdown On Hearing-Health “Horror” Stories

Seniors Want Crackdown On Hearing-Health “Horror” Stories

John McNamee Reports One senior Australian was forced to re-mortgage his house to buy $11,000 in hearing aids that were unsatisfactory and u...

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