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Elizabeth Woolcock

Elizabeth Woolcock

The Old Adelaide Gaol stands on the south bank of the River Torrens, massive and silent.
THE RIDE OF OUR LIVES!

THE RIDE OF OUR LIVES!

JOHN McNAMEE TALKS TO AN AUTHOR WHO HAS CHRONICLED AUSTRALIA’S PASSION FOR CYCLING….AND ITS TRAGEDIES AND TRIUMPHS  
The Brave Aussie Nurses Who Helped Forge A Lasting Heroic Heritage

The Brave Aussie Nurses Who Helped Forge A Lasting Heroic Heritage

John McNamee Reports On A History-Making New Book It was described as one of the worst tragedies ever to hit the nursing profession. 
How to discover gold: find your lost or unclaimed super

How to discover gold: find your lost or unclaimed super

According to recent data released by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) there is $17.5 billion worth of lost and unclaimed superannuation...
10 of Australia’s oldest pubs turning on the charm of bygone days

10 of Australia’s oldest pubs turning on the charm of bygone days

With Australian cities continuing to evolve into groaning hubs of concrete, neon and skyscrapers, there is something particularly alluring a...
BELFAST, A TITANIC EXPERIENCE

BELFAST, A TITANIC EXPERIENCE

Phil Hawkes The ill-fated ocean liner Titanic has been the subject of countless articles, books and of course the award-winning James Camero...
Free educational seminar to help sufferers of osteoarthritis

Free educational seminar to help sufferers of osteoarthritis

Dr. Ralph Bright – Australia’s expert in biological treatment for osteoarthritis – will be hosting a free seminar at Western S...
Lantern Clubs

Lantern Clubs

Lantern Clubs are made up of enthusiastic, fun-loving and committed volunteers who fundraise for the Royal Institute for Deaf and Blind Chil...
What food experiences are worth touring the globe for?

What food experiences are worth touring the globe for?

Food documentaries and glossy food publications have served up a global banquet of possibilities straight to our living rooms.
Are the baby boomers having a second sexual revolution?

Are the baby boomers having a second sexual revolution?

In a pioneering study, research from the Swinburne University of Technology is investigating the sexuality of heterosexuals aged 45 and abov...
Don’t be lacksadaisical when it comes to health screening

Don’t be lacksadaisical when it comes to health screening

If you want to extend your life, commit to regular health checks. Early detection almost always leads to better health outcomes.
It’s time to plant out your budget friendly summer herb garden

It’s time to plant out your budget friendly summer herb garden

Imagine floating past your barbeque guests, scissors and basket in hand. You’re heading to your thriving kitchen garden.
Footy Fever and A Muddy River of Wonders!

Footy Fever and A Muddy River of Wonders!

and Melbourne’s trams hold the key to the city’s sights JOHN McNAMEE reports   It wasn’t looking so good.
The ‘Enemy Aliens’ Who Became Part of our Wartime History

The ‘Enemy Aliens’ Who Became Part of our Wartime History

JOHN McNAMEE reports on a fascinating new book   The long journey across the world on board the crowded troopship was described as “n...
Snoring is sinister enough to lose sleep over

Snoring is sinister enough to lose sleep over

Not sleeping night after night beside a snoring partner brings out heinous thoughts in many of us.
BOWEL CANCER AUSTRALIA LAUNCHES MEAT FREE WEEK 2018

BOWEL CANCER AUSTRALIA LAUNCHES MEAT FREE WEEK 2018

24-30 SEPTEMBER Bowel Cancer Australia has announced the return of Meat Free Week, challenging participants to give up meat for seven days a...
For The Love of Festivals

For The Love of Festivals

Its clear people love festivals — Sydney’s 2017 Vivid has just set a new record of 2.33 million attendees but what’s the appetite and...
Include a Charity Week encourages Australians to consider gifts in wills

Include a Charity Week encourages Australians to consider gifts in wills

Australians are being urged to include their favourite charities in their wills as Include a Charity Week (10-16 September) approaches.
Why Fab’s Got A Ton of Golden Memories!

Why Fab’s Got A Ton of Golden Memories!

JOHN McNAMEE talks to the ‘Poet Laureate’ of Aussie sport   It was a hot November day in 1947 and there was a huge buzz of exciteme...
Getting to know Australia’s Bush Storyteller, Nicole Alexander

Getting to know Australia’s Bush Storyteller, Nicole Alexander

Nicole Alexander is one of Australia’s best-known novelists, weaving threads of history, adventure and romance into unique and fascinating...

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