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Dr Harry Cooper gets bills wagging for Better Homes & Gardens
Find out how the much-loved vet is shining a light on pelicans.
Therese Murray
That's a thumbs up from Dr Harry Cooper. Picture supplied
The Lightning Bolt strikes
Meet Brandon Blackwell, who joins The Chase Australia in 2024.
Therese Murray
Brandon Blackwell, aka The Lightning Bolt. Picture supplied
Trish and John are swimming in a sea of yellow daffies, here's why
Take a splash at Terrigal's Daffodil Dip cancer fundraiser swim.
Therese Murray
Trish and John King enjoyed the Daffodil Dip last year. Picture by Jill Ashby
Cardboard coffins, GPS coordinates: NSW council welcomes natural burials
'The idea being that you break down and return to the earth as nothing.'
Kate McIlwain
The council's Operations Manager for Memorial Gardens and Cemeteries Josh Saunders says there is considerable interest in natural burials. Picture by Sylvia Liber
Emergency room visit for newlyweds on wedding day
Bride visits grandma in hospital on wedding day.
Katrina Lovell
Alicia and Jacob Hinkley visit her grandma Dawn Drake in Warrnambool hospital on their wedding day. Picture by Josh Beames
Hubs of positive ageing
Struggling to connect in your neighbourhood? These hubs can help.
Staff Reporter
Anne Lister, Marg Tunbridge and Diedre Nieuwenhuis enjoy time at Horseshoe Bay, Port Elliot. Picture supplied
Tassie artists brush up on AI
Technology showcases real real artwork to the user.
Therese Murray
Launceston artist Wayne Looyen. Picture supplied
How Transista Szusza got her groove back
Years after a big life change, Szusza is loving band life again.
Rowan Cowley
Transista Groove members Dave Twyman, Glenda Harvey and Szusza Ihasz. Picture supplied
Pragmatic optimism: How seniors can make the most of life
Adventurer Tim Jarvis AM's simple approach to getting things done.
Anthony Caggiano
Adventurer, advocate and speaker Tim Jarvis AM. Picture by Nick Frayne
When children laugh and smile, it spreads throughout the room.
Rowan Cowley
Leap into a new lifestyle in 2024
SPONSORED | Make your dreams a reality this year with a visit to the Retirement Village and Resort Expo.
Find the best community to live in at a Retirement Village and Resort Expo near you. Picture supplied
Aboriginal Elders at risk of homelessness to get new village
A $12 million village will help Aboriginal Elders age in place.
Staff Report
A generated image of what the new Purrkanaitya Aboriginal Elders Village will look like. Picture supplied
Add the classic vegetable to this recipe for a nutritious and tasty meal.
Staff Reporter
Four recipes for Arnott's Ginger Nut biscuits - which is best?
Recipes for this classic are region-specific. How does yours taste?
Amy Martin
One name, four recipes: think there's only one Arnott's Ginger Nut? Think again. Picture by Elesa Kurtz.
Dogs and cats lead the pack in Victoria's first pet census
From dogs and cats to reptiles and insects, Victorians love their pets.
Eileen Wood
Unsurprisingly dogs and cats came in as the most popular pets in Victoria's first ever pet census.
Support for healthy home delivered meals through your Home Care Package
SPONSORED | Meals covered by Home Care Packages and NDIS plans.
Barramundi fillet by Gourmet Meals. Picture supplied
Carers give better care when they're looked after, too.
Staff Reporter
Time to Kew a little summer rest
Short term stays at Kew Gardens Aged Care offer carers a chance to recharge while their loved ones get the care they need.
A sense of connectivity is at the heart of everything at Kew Gardens, which offers so much for people in respite care. Picture supplied
Aged care winners named
Geraldine Cardozo
ACSA Board Chair Sara Blunt, Employee of the Year Juniper's Joyce Ashworth and ACSA CEO Pat Sparrow.

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