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Embrace training to stay relevant in an ever-changing workplace.

How to stay relevant at work


Companies are moving toward automation over human skills. Here's what you need to do to stay relevant at work.

Money Work
10 months ago
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Discussion of the week

Do you have a canny tip for saving money.

Share your money-saving hacks here

Everyone loves to save a dollar or two when they can. Do you have any money-saving tips to share with your YsFriends?

About 1 year ago
(Money & Business)

Your Memories

I hated school, but felt free during the daily walk there and back.

Do you remember walking to school?

Walking the few kilometres to and from school used to be a favourite part of my day. That's not the case for today's kids.

Culture Community Nostalgia
About 1 year ago

Your Stories

Cows enjoying the breeze from fans.

Wind turbines keeping cows cool, and other tales

My wife has a habit of putting her foot in it and it can be so funny, I have to share.

Domestic Travel Relationships Community Australia
10 months ago

Your Rants

Who's worse, member unions or business? Picture: Supplied.

Are unions as bad as business?

Employer unions, employee unions or unethical business. Who's worse?

Money Work Politics
10 months ago

Your Causes

photo credit @geoff.

Why invest in women and girls?

As we celebrate International Women's Day today, we'd love you to ponder this Desmond Tutu quote, which we totally agree with.

Support a Cause Kindness Community
10 months ago

People with dementia among the 'loneliest' in the country

People with dementia are among the loneliest in Australia, according to new research, and their carers also suffer many of the...

Loneliness Alzheimers Carers Dementia
Originally from abc.net.au

The 'terrorist' in Robin Williams' brain

Robin Williams' widow Susan Schneider Williams has written about the worsening of the actor's dementia leading up to his death,...

Dementia Robin Williams Suicide
Originally from abc.net.au
(Health & Beauty)

Some super-agers are immune to Alzheimer's symptoms

Some super-agers are immune to the symptoms of Alzheimer’s despite having all the hallmarks of the disease, research shows.

Dementia Ageing Health
Originally from huffingtonpost.co.uk
(Health & Beauty)

How my nanna's battle with Alzheimer's taught me to live

I thought the gaps in her memory were just a regular sign of old age. But I soon learned the situation was much more serious.

Dementia Relationships Ageing Health
Originally from hellogiggles.com
(Love & Relationships)

Dementia rates 'higher near busy roads'

People who live near major roads have higher rates of dementia, research published in the Lancet suggests.

Dementia Ageing Health
Originally from bbc.com
(Health & Beauty)

Here's what you need to know to avoid dementia

Here’s what the latest science suggests about what can - and can’t - prevent cognitive decline.

Dementia Ageing Health
Originally from time.com
(Health & Beauty)

Boosting protein intake for dementia patients

New sausage gives elderly people with dementia the chance to enjoy weekly barbecue.

Dementia Food Ageing Health
Originally from abc.net.au
(Health & Beauty)

Elvis fan with dementia is proof that music heals

Meet John O'Malley, the 'King' of Blacktown Hospital.

Dementia Music Ageing Health
Originally from huffingtonpost.com.au
(Health & Beauty)
Much-loved comedian Billy Connolly in the Comic Relief video.

Tears and cheers for brave, frail Billy Connolly


Much-loved international funnyman Billy Connolly has put his own debilitating illness aside to raise money for dementia victims.

Dementia Movies TV Support a Cause Celebrities Health
About 2 years ago
(Entertainment & Culture)
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