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Aussie Helpers provides hope to farming families doing it tough.

Battling dairy farmer gives thanks amid heartbreak

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It's tough on the land. But this deeply personal letter to farmer welfare charity Aussie Helpers reveals just how tough it is.

Support a Cause Relationships Business Australia
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3 days ago
(Kindness)

Discussion of the week

Lacking basic life skills, but whose fault is it?  Picture: Shutterstock.

Why are so many young people incompetent?

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Ever been frustrated by the Millennials in your life? You'll relate to this!

Community Ageing Relationships
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5 days ago
(Today)

Wise words

How to provoke outrage to keep yourself relevant

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Tony Abbott on climate change.

Environment Politics Social Issues Australia
Originally from abc.net.au
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8 days ago
(Headlines)

Borrowers aren’t ‘clueless’, but can do with more info

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So why has it suddenly become fashionable to portray home loan borrowers as ignorant, foolish and indolent?

Property Money Australia
Originally from thenewdaily.com.au
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8 days ago
(Money & Business)

Australia's most underrated drives: 10 great road trips

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When it comes to roadtripping not all 'Great Drives' are as great as the tourist brochures say they are, while others are so...

Travel Holiday Australia
Originally from traveller.com.au
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8 days ago
(Travel)

Working beyond 65, what does it mean for super?

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Working beyond 65, either part time or as a casual, can be financially beneficial when it comes to boosting your super. But to...

Money Superannuation Australia
Originally from moneymag.com.au
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9 days ago
(Money & Business)

Tom Petty's last Rolling Stone interview

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In his only sit-down interview on his final tour, he talked loving the Heartbreakers, hating "Zombie Zoo" and why he was having...

Culture Music
Originally from rollingstone.com
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9 days ago
(Entertainment & Culture)

Loving someone with a mental illness

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Mental illness can be a rollercoaster. And when it's someone you love, you're strapped in together.

Mental Health Relationships Health
Originally from abc.net.au
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9 days ago
(Love & Relationships)
Where were you when Neil Armstrong first walked on the moon? Picture: Shutterstock.

Remember when ... man walked on the moon?

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Where were you on July 20, 1969, when man took his first step on the moon?

Culture US History
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10 days ago
(Yesterday)

Twenty reasons to take a cruise

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And why now is the perfect time.

Travel Holiday
Originally from traveller.com.au
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10 days ago
(Travel)
It may seem morbid to some, but I'm considering donating my body to science when I'm gone.

I am thinking about donating my body to science

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Would you donate your body to science? Let's discuss, shall we?

Family Relationships Ageing
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10 days ago
(Tomorrow)

‘Bonnie and Clyde’ turns 50 and still packs a punch

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The filmmakers were inexperienced. The studio that financed the movie hated it. And yet ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ survives as one of...

Entertainment Film
Originally from thedailybeast.com
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10 days ago
(Yesterday)

What piece of technology has changed your life?

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Do you remember getting your first home computer, modem or smartphone?

Technology Australia
Originally from abc.net.au
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10 days ago
(Yesterday)
Christie Kurrie wants pole sports included as an Olympic event.

57yo in pole position to help her sport to Olympics

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Meet the supremely fit, 57-year-old world champion pushing to have pole sports included at the Olympics.

Sport Fitness Hobbies Health
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12 days ago
(Today)
The statistics on cheating are astounding.

Dating: Some amazing statistics

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Prepare to have your mind blown with these online dating statistics.

Money Relationships Technology Dating
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13 days ago
(Today)

Six Australian and New Zealand mountain drives

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From Jacob's Ladder in Tassie, to Mount Olympus in New Zealand.

Travel Holiday Australia
Originally from traveller.com.au
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13 days ago
(Travel)

Shot in heart, saved by her sweetheart in Las Vegas

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Christina Kitcat is alive to celebrate her 30th birthday next week—thanks to her firefighter boyfriend and the doctors who...

Headlines Relationships America
Originally from thedailybeast.com
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13 days ago
(Love & Relationships)

Sense of smell could be a clue to dementia

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Older people with a poor sense of smell have a greater chance of developing Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

Mental Health Health
Originally from thenewdaily.com.au
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13 days ago
(Health & Beauty)
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