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Cooking for one or two and avoid food waste

Kim McCosker

Australian’s are tossing away $8 billion worth of food as waste and a whopping two thirds of this waste occurs in the home or at restaurants we eat at. 4-Ingredients author and Gourmet Garden Ambassador, Kim McCosker shares some handy hints for cooking without the waste.


Stillbirth discovery gives hope to women

stillbirth discovery

An Australian professor is pushing ahead with a simple test that could result in stillbirth rates plummeting worldwide.


The 2024 and 2028 Olympic host cities have been announced…

Olympic Games

The International Olympic Committee has awarded the 2024 summer Olympic Games and the 2028 following a vote in the Peruvian capital.


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The Elf on the Shelf returns down under

elf on the shelf

The Elf on the Shelf: A Christmas Tradition is returning to Australia to capture the hearts of many more Australian families this Christmas following a successful 2016.


Is The Bachelor anti-feminist, or is conventional heterosexual romance the real problem

The Bachelor

The Bachelor attracts widespread criticism for being old-fashioned, anti-feminist, and humiliating to women. The show involves a group of women competing for the attention of “the bachelor” — the single male star. He offers a rose to those who win his affections, enabling them to stay in the competition. Is this courtship ritual old-fashioned and outdated? Or


World class lifestyle resort shines at awards

lifestyle resort

One of our partners has scooped the awards at the Master Builders Association Awards recently for their world class lifestyle resort.


Wine study aims to end cork-or-cap debate


British scientists could soon provide a definitive answer to the years-long debate over whether wine tastes better from a cork or screw cap bottle.


Downsizing cost trap awaits retirees – five reasons to be wary


It’s time to debunk the myth of zero housing costs in retirement if we want to understand why retirees resist downsizing. Retirees have at least five reasons to be wary of the costs of downsizing, writes Erika Altmann, University of Tasmania.


Andrew Denton diagnosed with advance heart disease

andrew denton

Shock over Andrew Denton’s illness. The TV personality and euthanasia advocate has been diagnosed with advanced heart disease and will shorty undergo major bypass surgery.