Mature-age student finds new direction
It’s never too late to begin a tertiary journey and change your life.
VIC bowel cancer screening rates low
New data shows only around one in three Victorians aged over 50 are taking up the opportunity to have a free bowel cancer screening test.
Grants open for QLD community groups
Community groups across Queensland could receive a head start in the New Year with the last round of Gambling Community Benefit Fund (GCBF) grants for 2015 now open.
37 000 Australian cancers could be prevented
An Australian-first study that found about 37 000 Australian cancer cases could be prevented each year.
Scientists map healthy elderly brain
Scientists have comprehensively mapped the connections in the healthy elderly brain, known as a connectome.
Medicare Safety Net to help more patients
More Australians could have faster access to simpler safety net protections against large medical expenses under a proposal introduced into Parliament today.
Dementia Severe Behaviour Response Teams
A Federal Government initiative will provide a help for aged care residents who exhibit severe behaviour as a result of their dementia and assist them to manage their symptoms.
NAB to implement financial advice remediation program
From today, National Australia Bank (NAB) will be contacting customers who may have received non-compliant advice since 2009.
Tool to Save money on power bills
The Victorian Labor Government has launched a new tool to help Victorians save money on their power bills, as new figures show that nine out of 10 Victorians are paying too much for electricity.
ACCC reports on private health insurance
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has released a report on the private health insurance industry, highlighting concerns about the impact of complex information on consumers.
Celebrating ACT Grandparents Week 2015
Grandparents provide a loving, supportive, mentoring and care-giving role in the everyday lives of families and within the wider Canberra community.
Financial abuse of older Australians
The Age and Disability Discrimination Commissioner, Susan Ryan, has called for a national plan to prevent the elderly from becoming victims of financially motivated abuse.
Understanding older Australians isolation and loneliness
With increasing numbers of older people receiving care in the home, there is a growing need to understand and address social isolation and loneliness which could be an unintended consequence of this growing area.
Calcium and vitamin D for bone health
The Australian Self Medication Industry (ASMI) said today’s World Osteoporosis Day shines the spotlight on calcium and vitamin D and the vital role they play in preventing osteoporosis.
World Osteoporosis Day – get active
Minister for Health Sussan Ley is pleading with Australian women to “put their health first” and get active to ensure they – and their families - live more healthy, happy and productive lives.
Super funds down in first quarter
Financial market volatility continues to be a challenge for superannuation funds with the median Balanced Option down 1.7 per cent for the first quarter of the 2015/16 financial year.
SES Week across Australia
Queensland’s Orange Angels were centre-stage today with the official launch of SES Week.
What is the optimal system for funding retirement?
Australia's retirement system may be the envy of international policy-makers, but its combination of mandatory savings and a government means-tested age pension may not be producing the best outcome.
VIC Government extends grants for multicultural seniors
The Victorian Government is continuing the popular Participation for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) Seniors Grants Program for another two years.
Australian-first insurance for people on low incomes
For the first time in Australia, accessible insurance cover will be available to people on low incomes.
New Powers of Attorney Legislation - Victoria
State Trustees has applauded the new Powers of Attorney legislation that commenced in Victoria on 1 September 2015
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