The Senior News

Wear a daffodil pin

Australians are being asked to wear a Cancer Council daffodil pin today to show support for someone they know who has been affected by cancer in some way.

The Senior Traveller

Something in the air in Macau

Since the inaugural Macau International Fireworks Display Contest, Australian teams have finished on the podium five times <\#150> first place in 1998, third in 2003, 2006, 2012 and 2014.
Our Times

Old sailors, new tricks at National Radio Controlled Laser sailing championship

WHAT do old sailors do when they no longer want the physical exertion of taking to the seas?

Access almost all areas... everyone

TAKING up a third of Victoria, including the beautifully rugged coastlines and mountains of Wilson’s Promontory in the south to the pristine wilderness of Croajingalong National Park in the east, the Gippsland region is not just the largest region in the state – it is also the region with the biggest heart.

Drug may slow Parkinson's progression

A drug that has long been used to treat liver disease might slow the effects of Parkinson's Disease.

Oh, what a day it was

Two new aged care facilities will be built on the Sunshine Coast following an agreement between Living Choice Australia and Estia Health.

Women face an even bigger hurdle to $1m nest egg

As the debate rages over whether the claim that $1 million is needed to fund a comfortable retirement is either a "myth" or a "conservative benchmark", experts from all sides have warned that women in particular must take a more active role in managing their superannuation goals.