The Senior News

More than 50 million vehicles recalled for potentially lethal airbag fault - is your car affected?

MORE than 50 million cars have now been officially recalled because of a potentially fatal flaw in airbags provided by Japanese supplier Takata.

The Senior Traveller

Festival focuses on indigenous culture

PEOPLE from across Australia will descend on a small town in the Northern Territory in June to celebrate indigenous culture at the 30th annual Barunga Festival.
Our Times

Life in the circus: you name it, Tim’s done it

TIM Coldwell has been with Circus Oz for 36 years.

Parkes in the park

CALLING all descendants of Sir Henry Parkes: it’s time to gather for a reunion to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the great man’s birth.

Using human fat to fight bacteria

FAT may soon be less of an enemy and more of a medical friend as a group of international scientists, including one from the University of Queensland, identify how fat deposits in human can be used to fight bacteria.

Explore retirement at village open days

WHETHER you are downsizing, heading for the country or coast, getting closer to family or choosing a more carefree lifestyle in the area you have always loved, it's important to explore what's available to you in retirement.

Age pension 'double dipping' is a myth

RETIREES do not blow their retirement savings and then fall back on the age pension, as some sections of the financial services industry would have us believe.