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Life Matters is your guide to contemporary Australian life. Be part of rich conversations on relationships, family, parenting, education, work, health and consumer issues. Continue Reading >>
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Why we don't believe in science and Volcano Man With Science Week upon us, we look at why our mistrust of science is on the rise and we hear from photographer Richard Crawley and his son James whose new film explores their complicated relationship.
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Why we don't believe in science and Volcano Man With Science Week upon us, we look at why our mistrust of science is on the rise and we hear from photographer Richard Crawley and his son James whose new film explores their complicated relationship.
The beauty, controversy and place of public art Due to its visibility, public art has a lot to get right. But while some masterpieces are universally loved, others have found themselves at the centre of furious debate over the purpose and intended audience of the work. What is ‘good’ public art anyway?
‘I’m 20, you can't tell me what to do anymore!’ It can be challenging to adjust your parenting style as your children grow up, especially as they move from adolescence to early adulthood. And in the Too Hard Basket, a new grandma joins the family.
Retiring when inflation is high, and resetting your relationship Is high inflation ruining your hopes of retirement? Financial advisor Marc Bineham says it doesn’t have to. And is your childhood baggage be ruining your relationship? Maybe it’s time for a reset.
Referendums, hair loss and nude tourists behaving badly Australians haven't passed many referendums in our history. What's behind that, and how might the Indigenous Voice vote be different? Plus, tips for dealing with hair loss and how not to embarrass yourself on your overseas travels.
Examining the trustworthiness of public trustees, the power of healing with Archie Roach, and my dad, the farmer Public trustees are statutory bodies, which take control when people can't manage their own financial affairs, but the ABC's Anne Connolly has discovered some areas of concern when it comes to how these bodies operate. Also, a tribute to Archie Roach, his music and his work on truth, treaty and reconciliation. And, writer Sam Vincent on his experience of taking over his family farm.
Understanding long COVID Millions of Australians have now had COVID-19, while the World Health Organization estimates 10 to 20 per cent of people will continue to experience symptoms. For those who experience prolonged symptoms, living with long COVID means adjusting to a new reality. So what treatment is available?
Does it ever really work to get back with an ex? Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are giving it a go. What about you, have you got back with an ex? How did it work out? Clinical psychologist Gemma Gribb offers up some tips for how to increase your chances of success the second time round. And in the Too Hard Basket, dealing with your daughter’s messy house.
DIY dentistry and being an Aussie cowboy A new survey shows many people are avoiding the dentist, while some opt for home bleaching kits and use rubber bands on their teeth for cosmetic reasons. Plus how Roland went from being a lab technician to wrangling cattle, and in Life in 500 Words, a precious item is accidentally dropped into the ocean.
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