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Meet the dementia myth buster

By March 1, 2021

Three common myths about dementia were immediately busted in conversation...


Martin’s Scone Time becomes a winning recipe

By March 1, 2021

When an avid foodie stumbled on an idea to bring...

  • Wellbeing

    Aged care refers to a person not a medical condition

    By December 4, 2019

    Ageism is alive and well and the sometimes-patronising assumptions we make about aging can influence care for older Australians. KENDALL MORTON discusses the importance of keeping people at the forefront...

  • People

    Printers make their point

    By December 4, 2019

    The proliferation of misplaced apostrophes and the misuse of commas and other punctuation marks leaves DAVID PARMITER wondering what’s the (full) point?

  • Features

    It’s simply grand

    By December 4, 2019

    The festival of Christmas was founded on new life, when the shepherds and wise men arrived at a Bethlehem stable to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Although the celebration...

  • Travel

    Support the bush and enjoy the trip

    By December 4, 2019

    Western Australia has come up with one of the largest outdoor art galleries in the world, as drought-hit residents seek new ways to earn a dollar. MICHAEL OSBORNE explores the...

  • Travel

    Seeing stars

    By December 4, 2019

    There’s a quirky little statue outside the Brisbane Planetarium that has both a Russian and a Scottish connection. It’s of Konstantin Tsiolkovsky (1857-1935), a Russian scientist and founder of cosmonautics....

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    It’s a walk in the park

    By October 29, 2019

    The Roma Street Parkland is one of those places we are  genuinely blessed to have. Covering 16ha with a variety of gardens from herbs to rainforest; paths that wind down...

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