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More young adults are living at home for longer, not able or willing to leave the…
More young adults are living at home for longer, not able or willing to leave the…
02.25 / 08:16
dungogchronicle.com.au
More young adults are living at home for longer, not able or willing to leave the…
02.25 / 08:14
bunburymail.com.au
Margaret Doucas was an animal-mad five-year-old kid when she first walked through the doors of the Wellington SPCA to offer her services. By the time she started school, the only daughter of a Greek immigrant family couldn't speak a word of English and found good company in the animals at the Newtown centre, for whom she developed an affinity and empathy that would last her lifetime.  More than 60 years later, following her sudden death last year, Doucas has injected millions of dollars f…
02.24 / 17:52
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Insurance has dominated the post-earthquake landscape of Christchurch. Six years on from the ruinous February quake, thousands of claims remain unsettled. Is that acceptable? MICHAEL WRIGHT…
02.24 / 17:52
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Chartist Richard Pritchard takes line honours at the close of the four-week Shares Race as his decision to back gold pays…
Chartist Richard Pritchard takes line honours at the close of the four-week Shares Race as his decision to back gold pays…
02.24 / 05:09
dungogchronicle.com.au
Chartist Richard Pritchard takes line honours at the close of the four-week Shares Race as his decision to back gold pays…
02.24 / 05:07
bunburymail.com.au
Motorist advocacy group the AA says it is frustrating and "poor form" that parking companies do not let motorists off infringement notices when it can be proved that they paid. A woman has argued it was unfair that she was hit with a $65 fine when the ticket she displayed while parked in a Christchurch parking lot curled up in the sun and fell on the f…
02.24 / 01:32
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The government’s new restorative care program is underway with the inaugural allocation announced this week comprising 400 places nationally this financial year and an additional 75 coming into effect the following year. The post Aged care providers dominate restorative packages in government tender appeared first on Australian Ageing A…
Aged care providers and consumers have told Minister for Aged Care Ken Wyatt they agree with the Aged Care Roadmap’s outline for future reform of the sector but that multiple strategies will be needed to ensure the landmark changes deliver an inclusive and sustainable system. The post Aged care groups back future reforms but seek clarity from government appeared first on Australian Ageing A…
My Aged Care will be offline for 65 hours over the weekend for a major system upgrade to support the landmark home care reforms that come into effect on Monday. The post Aged care gateway to operate with reduced services during system outage appeared first on Australian Ageing…
Sydney aged care provider Scalabrini Village has implemented a new strategy this week aimed at improving staff engagement and wellbeing through meditation. The post Caring for the carers: aged care facility puts staff wellbeing in focus appeared first on Australian Ageing…