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Midlife - we've moved from invisible to full-on.

Midlifers, we're no longer invisible


What has happened in the last few years to make the pendulum swing from invisible to full-steam ahead?

Money Health Ageing
7 days ago
(Health & Beauty)

Discussion of the week

Because you're never too old to pursue your passion.

Your midlife career-switch advice is golden

Have you started a new business or pulled off a major career switch in midlife? We'd love to hear from you.

Ageing Money
6 days ago
(Money & Business)

Your Memories

What The Bao dishes from the Inglewood on Beaufort St Markets.

Markets a revelation in world food

The world of food has come a long way since I was a youngster -- with peas and potatoes making way for bao buns and Tex Mex.

Western Australia Food
4 days ago

Your Stories

Caravan, camper or motorhome? This is probably the most important choice you'll make.

How to plan for your big caravan adventure

Part two in the series on how to plan for a grey nomad lifestyle.

Retirement Australia Auto Domestic Travel
6 days ago

Your Rants

Who is going to make their country better for their children, if they don’t? Picture: Shutterstock.

The real refugee question

All three of the common arguments against refugees have ignorance at their root. But there is one question yet to be addressed.

Australia Middle East Politics Social Issues
6 days ago
(Ys Comment)

Your Causes

These recipients are proving that organ donation is life.

Transplant athletes flying flag for organ donation

For proof of the benefits of organ and tissue donation, you need look no further than these elite athletes.

Fitness Health Support a Cause Sport
3 days ago

Do we not care about ethics?

Why do we let so many get away with outrageous double standards?

Business Ethics
Over 1 year ago
(Money & Business)
How can we be proud of a nation that trades ethics for economics?.

Are we a nation devoid of ethics?

We like to think of ourselves as ethical, but are we as a nation really as ethical as we think?

greed Economy Ethics Australia
Over 1 year ago
(Money & Business)

How to use superannuation to make the world a better place

In 2010, oncologist Dr Bronwyn King was planning to buy her first home. She wanted to ensure that she would not be crippled by...

Ethics Tobacco Superannuation
Originally from watoday.com.au
(Money & Business)
Why on earth is it OK to advertise poison? Pic: iStock.

Stop promoting poison

So much of today's advertising is unethical - reflecting badly on the companies involved and business in general.

Business Ethics Advertising
Over 1 year ago
(Entertainment & Culture)
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Your Great Australians

Trending stories
She truly does love, honour and obey Jim.

Jim really does spank his wife often

Part two in the story of...

(Love & Relationships) 4 months ago
When it comes to great bloggers you can connect with, this list has you covered.

20 mature bloggers worth following

Looking for Australian...

(Entertainment & Culture) 12 months ago
A healthy option.

Quinoa and grilled chicken salad

Quinoa is gluten-free, high...

(Epicure) 4 days ago
Camel milk vanilla slice.

Camel milk vanilla slice

A delicious slice created...

(Epicure) 3 days ago
Who is going to make their country better for their children, if they don’t? Picture: Shutterstock.

The real refugee question

All three of the common...

(Ys Comment) 6 days ago
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Photographic memories
Can you believe it's 50 years since a TV show about a boy and his crime-busting marsupial first hit our screens?