General Seniors News

Mon 14 Jan 2019

Use these tips to save $5000 this year

Use these tips to save $5000 this year

LOW household savings are a real source of financial stress, yet it's possible to grow a pool of cash without having to sell a body part or scrimp on lifestyle.

Sun 13 Jan 2019

Former PM involved in street fight

Former PM involved in street fight

PM Scott Morrison has lauded John Howard after he came to the aid of a person involved in a domestic violence incident in Sydney last week.

Tue 8 Jan 2019

More high-level home care packages rolled out

More high-level home care packages rolled out

STARTING this week, the Federal Government is rolling out a further 10,000 high-level home care packages.

The wins and losses for super as big year looms

The wins and losses for super as big year looms

NEXT year looks to be another big one for super and retirees with what may come out of the Royal Commission, the federal budget and early election.

Save your eyesight now with this good advice

Save your eyesight now with this good advice

GOOD eye health starts with precaution before a sight problem or refractive error is revealed which can significantly impact on your quality of life.

Mon 7 Jan 2019

The market is volatile, but is that anything new?

The market is volatile, but is that anything new?

AS WE sit at the start of 2019 it can seem that there's plenty to worry about. We're seeing headlines about a whole host of issues.

Fri 4 Jan 2019

Take control of your taxes in 2019

Take control of your taxes in 2019

STAYING on top of your taxes is a job you should do regularly during the year, not when it comes time to lodge your tax return.

Thu 3 Jan 2019

Mastering cricket this summer at your local club

Mastering cricket this summer at your local club

BACKYARD cricket is one childhood passion seniors can keep doing into their later years. It will help you stay active, social and mentally fit.

Wed 2 Jan 2019

Independent Aged Care commission on the job from today

Independent Aged Care commission on the job from today

IT'S here; the one-stop Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission opens its doors today.

Fri 28 Dec 2018

What's in store for you in 2019?

What's in store for you in 2019?

THE new year is fast approaching, again, so before December 31 arrives, why not take some time to work out what you want to achieve in 2019.

Wed 19 Dec 2018

Heroes died saving drowning kids

Heroes died saving drowning kids

Tragic new details are emerging about two men who died trying to save three children from dangerous surf as hope fades for the third missing hero.

Carer admits to assault caught on camera

Carer admits to assault caught on camera

A nursing home worker captured on camera hitting an 82-year-old man with a shoe has plead guilty to assault.

Tue 18 Dec 2018

Broad won’t contest next election over scandal

Broad won’t contest next election over scandal

Andrew Broad’s career is in ruins amid a “sugar baby” scandal, as the fallout from yesterday’s stunning revelations continues to grow.

Two dead, one missing after beach tragedy

Two dead, one missing after beach tragedy

TWO men have drowned and one remains missing after a group of six people went swimming at a beach on Monday night.

Use these tips to stay silly season savvy

Use these tips to stay silly season savvy

THE festive season brings lots of joy as well as demands on our budgets, and a few money-savvy strategies can help you enjoy the celebrations.

May confirms Brexit deal vote

May confirms Brexit deal vote

With the clock ticking, a date has been chosen for British MPs to vote on Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, it’s been announced.

Mon 17 Dec 2018

Rush denies new harassment claims

Rush denies new harassment claims

LEADING Australian actor and OITNB star Yael Stone has made new harassment claims about Hollywood star Geoffrey Rush.

MP resigns after ‘sugar baby’ claims

MP resigns after ‘sugar baby’ claims

A married Nationals MP accused of meeting younger women through a sugar daddy website has resigned from his senior position.

Government to announce massive boost to aged care

Government to announce massive boost to aged care

A MASSIVE boost to aged care will be part of the federal government’s budget update as it confirms the smallest deficit since the Howard government era.

Scott Morrison’s secret $10.8 billion promises surplus

Scott Morrison’s secret $10.8 billion promises surplus

The government has revealed a remarkable surge in the budget’s bottom line — but a mysterious $10.8 billion is getting all the attention.

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