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Christmas gifts that won’t gather dust!

Christmas gifts that won’t gather dust!

The days of giving last minute throwaway gifts – just for the sake of ticking people off your Christmas list – are fast disappearing as...
COUNTRY SPIRIT TO BENEFIT BUSHFIRE VICTIMS

COUNTRY SPIRIT TO BENEFIT BUSHFIRE VICTIMS

The country spirit so often seen in times of crisis is again on show today with the announcement of two giant country music concerts to bene...
Tips for travelling solo

Tips for travelling solo

If you are new to it, travelling alone later in life can seem daunting, but in many ways the benefits of travelling as a ‘senior solo&...
Researching Your Family History

Researching Your Family History

by Greg Barron Richer than any fictional story, family history is steeped in the cycles of birth, life, work and death.
A beginner’s guide to eco tourism in Australia

A beginner’s guide to eco tourism in Australia

If you’re looking for some temporary escape from the 9-to-5 and a change from staring at the brick walls of your house in the ’burbs, th...
30 years of cancer research improves outcomes for patients globally

30 years of cancer research improves outcomes for patients globally

Over three decades, TROG Cancer Research has facilitated hundreds of clinical trials, with over 14,500 cancer patients participating across...
Want to see the world but don’t have a travel buddy?

Want to see the world but don’t have a travel buddy?

Two’s a Crowd is just the ticket For many Australians who live alone, travel dreams can take a back seat if you don’t have someone...
Cut it out! @paperboyo

Cut it out! @paperboyo

The London artist slicing it up The sheer volume of content on the web these days makes it difficult to find anything that’s worth a secon...
New Sydney cemetery approved to meet critical shortage of burial plots

New Sydney cemetery approved to meet critical shortage of burial plots

Macarthur Memorial Park is an innovative, sustainable and multi-denominational memorial and parkland destination, designed to honour life, c...
2 in 5 Boomers aren’t confident they will retire at 65 as FCI score worsens

2 in 5 Boomers aren’t confident they will retire at 65 as FCI score worsens

• 55 – 64 year olds scored 51/100 in this year’s FCI compared to 53/100 in 2018 • 39 per cent of Boomers are less confident they wil...
Sugru – the world’s first mouldable glue

Sugru – the world’s first mouldable glue

It may look and feel a bit like Play-Doh, and it’s certainly child’s play to use, but here’s a product that could revolutionise your l...
Play Walking Netball Today

Play Walking Netball Today

One of the best things about the Walking Netball eight-week programs is that participants can join in at any stage throughout the program...
WHEN IT COMES TO DINOSAURS, WE LOVE ROARING FROM THE SWAMP!

WHEN IT COMES TO DINOSAURS, WE LOVE ROARING FROM THE SWAMP!

JOHN McNAMEE ADMITS TO A PRIMEVAL URGE…. It’s called Dinosaur’s Corner and it usually gets busy in the early evening when we’re sett...
GET SET FOR AUSSIES’ TOP SUMMER ADVENTURES

GET SET FOR AUSSIES’ TOP SUMMER ADVENTURES

 JAYCO AUSTRALIA COUNTS DOWN THEIR TOP 10 SUMMER ADVENTURES As the weather begins to warm up, Jayco is encouraging travellers across the co...
THE OUTBACK ODYSSEY THAT HELPS KEEP THE FLYING DOCTOR IN THE AIR

THE OUTBACK ODYSSEY THAT HELPS KEEP THE FLYING DOCTOR IN THE AIR

JOHN McNAMEE reports on an iconic road event throughout the heart of Australia The 40-odd kids from the tiny bush community of Boulia, 300km...
Flexibility and Choice in Retirement Living

Flexibility and Choice in Retirement Living

At Fresh Hope Care we recognise the idea of spending your retirement years hassle free, in a like-minded, friendly and active community soun...
Actor shines the spotlight on gifts in wills

Actor shines the spotlight on gifts in wills

Former Sydney Ensemble Theatre actor Michael Ross is taking a leading role when it comes to charities.
Pyrmont Festival returns with fine food and wine in the sunshine

Pyrmont Festival returns with fine food and wine in the sunshine

Pyrmont Festival (20 Sept – 6 Oct) returns later this month, to serve up a slice of Pyrmont’s finest food, wine and culture by the harbo...
The Ragged Thirteen: “Tea and Sugar” Bushrangers

The Ragged Thirteen: “Tea and Sugar” Bushrangers

Part legend, part fact, their adventures embellished and exaggerated around a thousand campfires, the story of the Ragged Thirteen has been...
Four fabulous movies to catch in the cinema soon (and most of them are Australian!)

Four fabulous movies to catch in the cinema soon (and most of them are Australian!)

Having just spent a glorious couple of weekends immersed in all manner of films at the Melbourne International Film Festival, I’m perfectl...

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