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Australia Day, Wamboin Rural Fire Brigade Fundraiser

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Featuring live music by Canberra Advocates Australia Day (Sunday 26 January) 4–8pm  $15 donation ticket to Wamboin Rural Fire Brigade with Australia Day specials on the menu Grilled Australian prawns, garlic toast with dessert lime mayo, Local slow-cooked lamb, Australian lentils, mint bush, wood-fired damper, Market fish with macadamia, watercress, Free range chicken with pepperberry potato

What spoil sports we are for the Festive Season!

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Does one drink a day damage your health? You’ve no doubt heard the common wisdom that a drink at the end of a long day does you good. Maybe it’s the antioxidants in wine you swear by, or the relaxing qualities of a beer. Perhaps just the taste makes you feel better. But

Greta Thunberg’s La Vagabonde voyage

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How an Aussie family meet the girl behind a climate movement By Briana Shepherd, ABC News THE AUSTRALIAN COUPLE who sailed Greta Thunberg across the Atlantic for the UN COP25 climate summit say people would be shocked to see how human and vulnerable the teen climate activist is. ABOVE: Riley Whitelum, Nikki Henderson,

Aged-care royal commission has had a third of the coverage of banks‘ bad behaviour

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It doesn’t add up “A sad and shocking system that diminishes Australia as a nation”. “Inhumane, abusive and unjustified”. “Cruel and discriminating”. After 10 months of hearings and investigations into aged care, Commissioners Lynelle Briggs and the late Richard Tracy listed the most shocking findings in their interim report on Thursday: death from septicaemia

Perinatal mental illness: what it is, and the costs

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WHEN BABY MAX arrived four years ago, complete with a full head of “Elvis hair”, his parents were overjoyed. But joy quickly turned into a wave of negative emotions for his mother, Julie. “I was all alone in my hospital bed, I woke up in a puddle of sweat,” she said. “I

A flavour starter of indigenous food recipes

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THE STAPLE DIET that has sustained Indigenous people for thousands of years is predominantly a plant-based diet, with Murnong or Yam Daisy at its core. 231 years ago, after the introduction of environmentally destructive livestock and farming methods, we saw the end to the abundant Yam Daisy. The roots of these dainty

Exercise is “Powerful Stuff” for women’s health

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PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IS vital for keeping Australian women happy, healthy and strong. This year’s Women’s Health focus is “Women’s Health, Powerful Stuff”, and Exercise Right wants to remind Australian women that exercise is powerful stuff for their physical and mental health. “The value of exercise cannot be overstated when it comes

What do you feel like watching tonight?

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RECENTLY, I HAD half an hour allotted in my evening for Netflix. I scrolled through My List, the place where you save things that look good so you can watch them later on. I scrolled through Because You Watched A Star Is Born (mostly sad Oscar-nominated dramas). I scrolled through Because You Watched

Love a mystery? Here‘s a great reality one from the Outback

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PODCAST-OF-THE-WEEK: LISTEN HERE: The Mystery of the Marree Man The Australian outback is home to many mysteries, but the Marree Man has to be one of the biggest. In every sense of the word. REPORTING, PHOTOGRAPHY: James Vyver, ABC Radio National READ THE ARTICLE HERE: The Marree Man. An Outback Enigma. By James Vyver, for

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