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Revival rebuilding neighbourhoods

More than milk and bread: corner store revival rebuilding neighbourhoods

Revival rebuilding neighbourhoods

When neighbourhoods lose their corner stores, they also lose a place where people meet and ...

Loneliness: the silent scourge

Loneliness is the silent scourge of older people: poll

Loneliness: the silent scourge

Loneliness affects more than three quarters of older Australians: poll.

Are you lonely?

Friday Flash Poll: Are you lonely?

Are you lonely?

Is enough being done to highlight loneliness among older Australians?

Is ANZAC Day overhyped?

Friday Flash Poll: Has ANZAC Day become overhyped?

Is ANZAC Day overhyped?

Have we forgotten the true meaning of ANZAC Day?

Over-50s strip to protest ageism

Six over-50s strip naked in protest against ageism

Over-50s strip to protest ageism

Six over-50s chose to strip naked to protest against ‘everyday ageism’.

How you see the young

Poll reveals how older people see the younger generation

How you see the young

There’s no doubt that there are differences between generations.

Stereotyping generations

Friday Flash Poll: Is your generation better than younger generations?

Stereotyping generations

Do you think younger people have it easier than you did?

Crucified for the sins of others?

Crucified for the sins of others?

Crucified for the sins of others?

Is George Pell being crucified for the sins of others?

George Pell: Has justice been served?

Friday Flash Poll: George Pell – has justice been served?

George Pell: Has justice been served?

George Pell has been sentenced to six years jail, but has justice really been served?

Battle over boats resumes

PM accused of ‘lying’ about asylum seeker policy

Battle over boats resumes

PM accused of lying about asylum seeker policy for political advantage.

What are ‘Australian’ values?

Do we truly uphold Australian values?

What are ‘Australian’ values?

Do we really uphold the values we define as being Australian?

Date must be changed: Kennett

Indigenous people ‘brutalised’ from 26 January: Kennett

Date must be changed: Kennett

“White line between us and our first people,” says ex-premier

Aussies want to close the gates

Australians think the country is full enough: survey

Aussies want to close the gates

Aussies think we have enough people, but not for the reasons one might first assume.

Here’s the thing about Halloween

kids on halloween

Here’s the thing about Halloween

A terrible concept we should ignore or a fun tradition?

Older Aussies not wedded to anthem

Older Aussies not wedded to anthem

Older Aussies not wedded to anthem

Only a slight majority of YourLifeChoices members support keeping Advance Australia Fair.

Time to change the national anthem?

Friday Flash Poll: Is it time to change our national anthem?

Time to change the national anthem?

Is it time we change the national anthem, or is the current one ‘fair’?

Repair Cafes – fix it, don’t dump it

Repair Cafés – fix it, don’t dump it

Repair Cafes – fix it, don’t dump it

A great place to meet, mix and learn new skills.

Remembering Sunbury Rock Festival

Remembering Sunbury Rock Festival

Remembering Sunbury Rock Festival

A collection of pics recalling the rock festival known as ‘Australia’s Woodstock’.

Introducing Janelle Ward

Introducing Janelle Ward

Introducing Janelle Ward

We are pleased to welcome a new member to our (growing) editorial team, Janelle Ward.

How to iron clothes without ironing

How do you iron a cotton shirt without lifting an iron?

How to iron clothes without ironing

Discover how to iron cotton garments without putting iron to ironing board.

Who wouldn’t want to live here?

Retirement video battle: Aussies up the ante

Who wouldn’t want to live here?

Homeowners of the Ocean Club Resort have upped the ante.

News in brief: Australia today

aboriginal art on boomerangs

News in brief: Australia today

The news in brief: what else is happening around Australia?

Five big ways we failed in 2016

Five big ways we failed in 2016

Five big ways we failed in 2016

The most monumental events of 2016 and why we failed.

High-density retirement housing

Would you retire in a high-density home?

High-density retirement housing

A Singapore architect says Australia should explore high-rise housing for retirees.

How to respect your destination

How to respect your destination

How to respect your destination

Simple tips to help you respect the community and culture of the places you visit.

Ten totally inappropriate playgrounds

Child slides out of an innapriopriate playground slide

Ten totally inappropriate playgrounds

Leon takes a look at what could be described as ‘inappropriate’ playgrounds.

Natural ways to clean your kitchen

Natural kitchen cleaning products, lime, baking soda and sponge

Natural ways to clean your kitchen

Start the New Year with a kitchen to be proud of with these cleaning tips.

MS sufferer’s car park outrage

MS sufferer’s car park outrage

MS sufferer’s car park outrage

A lady with MS has taken to Facebook to defend her right to park in ...

12-year-old boy on terror watchlist

12-year-old boy on terror watchlist

12-year-old boy on terror watchlist

A 12-year-old boy is on the AFP’s counter-terrorism watchlist.

Five best volunteer activities

Five best volunteer activities

Five best volunteer activities

Here are five ideas for volunteering your time to worthy causes.

Do you want to see Miranda Kerr naked?

Do you want to see Miranda Kerr naked?

Do you want to see Miranda Kerr naked?

Is Miranda Kerr naked enough to get you to buy a magazine?

Seniors Card expansion

Seniors Card expansion

Seniors Card expansion

The Victorian Government is expanding the Seniors Card program.

Islam is not IS

Islam is not IS

Islam is not IS

Australian Imams say there is nothing Islamic about IS actions.

Green Gym

Green Gym

Green Gym

Many local community groups and organisations need volunteers to help them undertake new projects ...

Living alone causes health risks

Living alone causes health risks

Living alone causes health risks

Living alone and loneliness can cause serious health problems and possibly death

Loneliness can make you sick

Loneliness can make you sick

Loneliness can make you sick

Why, when we have so much around us, are people becoming so lonely that it ...

Looking for the positives

floods, Victoria, NSW, black Saturday, community, help

Looking for the positives

With floods wreaking havoc across the South East of Australia over the ...

Giving it all away

Laurie Baymarrwangga, Senior Australian of the Year 2012, $400,000, Future Generations, Court Battle, Giving it all Away, Community

Giving it all away

What a legend is Laurie Baymarrwangga, our newly announced Senior Australian of the Year. ...

Giving back to the community

community, finance, will, charity, legacy

Giving back to the community

When it comes to making a will, many people are now opting to take ...

Men’s sheds

Men’s sheds

Men’s sheds

The average life expectancy for men in Australia today is 79, four years less than their female counterparts. The time has come for men to seek the support they need and the first step is visiting your local “shed”. Getting men to open up about health ...

Does your Shed need a grant?

Men's Sheds, Grants, Community, Australian Government’s Shed Development Program

Does your Shed need a grant?

Community-based organisations and Men’s Sheds across the country can apply for their share of funding through the Australian Government’s Shed Development Program. How would your Men’s Shed spend a grant of up to $10,000? The Federal Government will provide $750,000 over three years to help establish ...

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