NOVEMBER is Arts and Health Month and that's a great chance for us all to indulge in what makes our brains and bodies happy.
A SPOKESMAN from the Bureau of Meteorology has warned of the potential for wind gusts in excess of 90km/h across the Darling Downs this weekend.
IT'S the laughs and camaraderie as much as the exercise which is attracting over-50s netballers to walking netball on the Gold Coast.
EVEN though there are various factors that affect whether a person can get skin cancer, the old adage of 'slip, slop, slap', never goes out fashion.
THE barber is now a trendy meeting place for men; it's a place to get a fresh cut and have a cheeky beer with the boys.
FRIENDS with Dignity has a lot to celebrate at this year's inaugural Magical Christmas Gala Charity Ball on Saturday, November 17.
A CHANCE meeting with a friend's son two years ago changed Sandy and Ian Sneddon's lives.
PROVIDING opportunities for people living with dementia can be hugely beneficial to their wellbeing, and a new public program offers a creative avenue.
THE renowned SEBEL brand has arrived in a tranquil, Brisbane bayside suburb.
SOFTLY serenaded while immersed in the sights of a delightful destination, entertainer Fortunato Isgro takes Go See Touring groups on a journey of a lifetime.
Aged care provider wants government to help local residents get into accomodation
REMEMBRANCE Day organisers are planning to commemorate the centenary of the Armistice with a re-enactment of the flotilla that sailed the Noosa river in 1918.
FUNERALS these days are an event where choice is on the table for clients to look outside the norm for a variety of ways in which to say a fond farewell.
MANY Australians fear they won’t have enough money to retire on, but a new study says that is not the case.
DIAN Wilson quit ballet as a child after a cutting remark from a teacher about her body. But 60 years on, she’s finally living her dream of becoming a dancer.
There is evidence heavy strength training, challenging balance exercises and high intensity interval training are in fact advantageous for many older adults.
BRONSON was an American actor and was often cast in the role of a police officer, gunfighter, or vigilante in revenge-oriented plot lines.
NEWLY launched, the free digital skills program Digital Springboard is helping older Australians improve their workplace and everyday life digital skills.
IN AN attempt to get young people off their phones, the Government is simply asking youth to talk to the elderly instead of turning to Google.
COFFS Harbour could see itself come a regular fixture on the AFL Masters circuit following the success of the 2018 AFL Masters National Carnival this month.