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Community

Who’s caring for the carers?

When it comes to Alzheimer’s, support is needed at many levels.

Community

The firstborn’s burden

When a child has to share parents with a sibling, change is inevitable, writes Peter Leith.

Lifestyle

Making ends meet

A two-course lunch for one shilling and sixpence – how times have changed.

Community

Remarkable cat stories, take 2

Peter Leith’s true story about Chloe the cat’s sixth sense sparked these contributions of similar uncanny experiences from YourLifeChoices members.

Lifestyle

The dating game

Peter Leith explains the rules of engagement – as dictated by mum, dad and your date.

Lifestyle

Bob’s mum – a passionate footy fan

Bob’s mum wore gloves, hat and handbag to the footy, but she barracked hard.

Lifestyle

‘Two floaters please’

Peter Leith knew enough about Australians not to ask dumb questions. But what was a floater?

Australia

A night at Rabbit Flat

A tent may be flimsy, but it can offer valuable protection against the local ‘wildlife’.

Community

Sign of the times

A publican’s response to a challenging demand.

Lifestyle

’Til death us do part

A couple’s united journey.

Community

Why do you keep doing this?

The old physio explains why he’s yet to ‘hang up the hands’.

Community

Advantages of disability

Could there be positives in failing sight and hearing? Peter Leith believes so.

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