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Come to grips with respite – it’s not a guilty pleasure

By July 28, 2020

Respite gives carers a break, and a safeguard against burnout....

Features

When hope is all you have

By July 28, 2020

End of life care is too important to be left...

  • Wealth

    Why I don’t need a will – and other dumb ideas

    By May 22, 2020

    Every day people make excuses as to why they don’t protect their most valuable assets by having a will. It’s a risky business, writes DON MACPHERSON.

  • History

    Local government changes with the times

    By May 22, 2020

    Although the Covid-19 pandemic took the spotlight off much of the campaigning, the local government elections are over for another four years and we have a new team of representatives...

  • Wealth

    When home becomes more prison than castle

    By April 28, 2020

    The refuge or fortress that is home can quickly become a burden and maybe even a prison in later life, writes PETER PORCELLINI. Enjoyable and manageable household activities can remove...

  • Wealth

    Legal issues for Baby Boomers

    By April 28, 2020

    The Baby Boomers worked hard and carried on the ideals and values of grandparents who lived through the Great Depression, and parents who survived World War II, writes DON MACPHERSON....

  • Wellbeing

    The healing power of music

    By April 28, 2020

    The Covid-19 pandemic is a major threat to the health of Australians, especially older folks. KENDALL MORTON reports that there are many good reasons to tune into music therapy at...

  • Your Life

    Finding treasure after retirement

    By April 28, 2020

    Drawing on her experience as a psychologist over 25 years, JUDY RAFFERTY has written a guide to retirement covering such topics as maintaining identity, finding meaning and purpose, retaining visibility...

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