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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...

History

Local government changes with the times

By May 22, 2020

Although the Covid-19 pandemic took the spotlight off much of...

  • Travel

    Tahiti looks nice

    By January 1, 2020

    Remember the soap commercial on TV in which a woman says to her husband, as they luxuriate on a private jet, that “Tahiti looks nice”. He picks up the phone...

  • Travel

    Road trip into the Never Never

    By December 4, 2019

    Australians love their road trips, which is just as well as it’s a country full of epic journeys. ANDREW MEVISSEN answers the call of the open road with a boy’s...

  • Wellbeing

    In the vitamin alphabet, D is for bones

    By December 4, 2019

    Vitamin D is an essential vitamin that works in conjunction with Vitamin K2, to keep your bones and teeth strong and healthy, writes TRUDY KITHER. It’s a deficiency you can’t...

  • Wealth

    Family gatherings a good time for forward planning

    By December 4, 2019

    The end of one year and start of another, is a time to reflect on plans for the future, and changes needed to improve lifestyle, writes DON MACPHERSON.

  • 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?

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