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Are you planning a holiday? That's half the fun, but for your next trip away why not take advantage of endless food, drinks and...

Travel

Discover this hidden pocket of charm in central Victoria

Recently, over a home-cooked meal and a bottle of Shiraz, some dear friends told us of their recent European holiday that didn’t quite go...

Why you should never charge your phone at an airport

As airports continue to evolve into digital hubs, providing travellers with convenient amenities such as phone charging stations, a pressing question looms: are these...
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MONEY

EOFY ‘bargains’: Not always what they seem

It’s the middle of June, which means we’re barrelling headlong towards the end of the financial year here in Australia. That means a couple of...

Cash is still king, some say – but for how long?

I’m never quite sure when I’m paying a retailer these days whether they prefer cash or card. I often wonder if the cashier might...

Tech and Gadgets

Medibank faces trillion-dollar fine for data breach

Australia’s privacy watchdog has started proceedings in the Federal Court against Medibank over its failure to protect customers in its 2022 data breach.
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Health & Wellness

VR training program could revolutionise dementia care

An innovative new VR training program from Dementia Australia could revolutionise the way people living with dementia are cared for.

What’s the difference between Alzheimer’s and dementia?

Nikki-Anne Wilson, UNSW Sydney What’s the difference? is a new editorial product that explains the similarities and differences between commonly confused health and medical terms,...

Rebuild needed for Victoria’s broken health system, nurses say

One of Victoria's largest regional hospitals remains in an "internal emergency" with nurses describing Bendigo Health as overrun by patients. Bendigo Health on Wednesday called...

Aussies waiting for a home care package blows out to 68,000

The number of Australians waiting for a home care package has increased to more than 68,000, with departmental officials conceding it is becoming harder...

The skin cancer treatment revolution

Australians have been slip, slop, slapping for decades now to minimise the risk of contracting skin cancer. Walk past any primary school at lunchtime...