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Meet the dementia myth buster

By March 1, 2021

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

People

Martin’s Scone Time becomes a winning recipe

By March 1, 2021

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

  • Travel

    Liverpool more than a Beatles tribute

    By July 2, 2019

    It’s not possible to be in Liverpool without being exposed to constant reminders that this is the home of The Beatles, writes RUSSELL HUNTER.

  • People

    Legends in our lifetime

    By July 2, 2019

    It’s close to midnight and PAULINE CLAYTON is on a luxury coach an hour out of Brisbane, with 10 Aussie pop music legends and as many noted musicians. They might...

  • Wellbeing

    Define your values for the next stage of life

    By July 2, 2019

    Our values and beliefs play an integral role in who we are as human beings, writes STEVE MENDL. Together they are like an internal compass that evolves as we go...

  • Features

    Driving – know when to walk away

    By July 2, 2019

    Most of us drive vehicles of one kind or another, and many of us probably shouldn’t. The trick, writes RUSSELL HUNTER, is to recognise when have reached our last red...

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    Looking for gold in the oldies

    By July 2, 2019

    You don’t have to be a hoarder to own a china cabinet full of porcelain treasures or an elegant piece of furniture inherited from your grandfather, but what is it...

  • People

    Back in the hair and now

    By July 2, 2019

    When Farrah Fawcett made her small screen debut in the popular 1970s series Charlie’s Angels, she not only became an instant star, but she sparked a worldwide hair revolution, writes...

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