The Senior
Sunday, 21 July 2024
'This is basically what we were all worried about with Y2K.'
Carla Mascarenhas, Saffron Howden, Brittney Levinson, Ayden Dawkins, Dana Daniel. Kate Cox
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Software update bricks computers globally. What went wrong?
Toby Murray
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CrowdStrike is a US cyber security company with a major global share in the tech market. Picture by Shutterstock
Disability is on the rise and young people are stepping up to help.
Rowan Cowley
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'I know I won't drink them all but I still love getting a good bottle in there.'
Rick Allen
Roger Lundy, 80, has been collecting wine for 63 years. He once had more than 2000 bottles in his cellar, but now has about 1000 bottles of wine. Picture by Simone De Peak
Wynyard Camera Club's Michael Hyland offers his top tips.
Rowan Cowley
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Wynyard Camera Club president Michael Hyland says it's important not to let your guard down when capturing wildlife photography. Picture supplied
A lack of aged care beds leave elderly in hospital for weeks.
Kate McIlwain
Get ready to dance and sing Karma Chameleon and more.
Josh Leeson
Boy George will return to the Hunter this summer for the first time since Culture Club's 2017 Newcastle show. Picture by Simone De Peak
Bruce Hopkins' work might be on TV, but it's serious - and real.
Anthony Caggiano
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The Victorian government will impose tougher penalties and new rules to keep e-scooter riders and pedestrians safe when the vehicles are made permanently legal.
Caitlin Powell
Following a trial, private and rental electric scooters will be permanently legalised from October. Photo: James Ross/AAP PHOTOS
Smart travellers are locking in the savings, experts say.
Kristie Kellahan
Time to fly? Airfares are finally coming down, according to travel experts
'It's an opportunity to change the narrative around older Australians.'
Eileen Wood
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Independent Member for Mayo, Rebekha Sharkie wants the government to create a Minister for Older Australians portfolio. Picture supplied
A new app encourages people to explore Australia via the open road.
Rowan Cowley
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Friendships and fresh starts blossom in Sophie Green's new novel.
The cover art to Sophie Green's Art Hour at the Duchess Hotel. Pictures supplied
'Volunteers touch every part of our community.'
Aaron Smith
'A humanitarian disaster in the making.'
Grace Dudley
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Mashco Piro tribe near the Las Piedras river. Picture supplied
Meet Bob Jenkin, believed to be Australia's oldest Hereford breeder.
Catherine Miller
Bob Jenkin, who celebrated his 96th birthday in June, still enjoys going around his Hereford cattle a few times a week. Picture by Catherine Miller
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The Justice family reveal the financial, emotional toll of caring.
Anthony Caggiano
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George and Ingrid Justice of Gawler, South Australia, would greatly appreciate support for being formally recognised as kinship carers. Photo supplied
Disability is on the rise and young people are stepping up to help.
Rowan Cowley
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The number of young Australians serving in caring roles is snowballing. Picture from Shutterstock
US Vice President Kamala Harris will headline a fundraiser, as President Joe Biden faces continued pressure from big money donors to end his floundering race.
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A campaign to raise elder abuse awareness and expose the "hidden form of cruelty" will run across Australian television, online channels and in health clinics.
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One in six Australians 65 or older had experienced abuse in the previous 12 months, a study found. Photo: Alan Porritt/AAP PHOTOS
The Israeli military says that its fighter jets struck Houthi military targets in Yemen.
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The Israeli military says that its fighter jets struck Houthi military targets in Yemen. Photo: EPA PHOTO