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My father was very conscious of history and whenever some significant event was happening he made my brother and me sit quietly on the floor in front of the radio and listen to an announcement, writes DIANE AMOS.

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The Australian fashion scene in 2018 has become one of ongoing flux in customer offerings but despite the changes, writes KAY McMAHON, you don’t always have to go online to find great fashion.

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Once a year, Mt Mee dairy farmer Marty Crouch packs up his 1977 HX Holden wagon, says farewell to the cows, and heads off the beaten track for adventure and sights that most Australians will never experience, writes JOANNE CRANSTOUN.

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From growing up in London during the blitz to a glamour career as an air hostess during the golden age of air travel, MARY ATKINS recalls a colourful life – and that’s before tragedy struck her young family. She was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at 27.

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While many Australian labels organise their production off-shore, thanks to technology several designers are immersing themselves in a slower, more personal and intimate off-shore supply chain, writes KAY McMAHON.

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Some things are too good not to share so KATE CALLAHAN is stepping aside in favour of a reader, Diane Amos, who wrote a long and interesting letter filled with recollections, musings and nostalgia.

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There are plenty of good reasons to join the thousands of older people who spend much of their leisure rehearsing and performing in a choir – for the sheer joy of singing, writes JULIE LAKE.

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Travelling the world on a motorbike sounds an audacious, adrenaline-fueled plan but, writes DOT WHITTINGTON, for a couple hovering around 60, it
was the chance to live the dream.