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Many of us in Australia have been touched by war, whether directly or through family stories.
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What would the world's greatest living thinkers say about your relationship dramas, your career choices and your sex life?
Children's playgrounds re-invented, more sustainable approaches to death and disposal, why sex is on the wane, and cooking meals when you're vision impaired. How do you brown meat?
Meet the mastermind behind the 'Women's Weekly Children's Birthday Cake Book' and many of the magazine's other recipe sensations.
Could you enjoy an existence without plans, surviving amongst nature and without the comforts you normally associate with home?
As his new SBS series Project Blue Book screens in Australia, the Irish actor reflects back on his career.
When writer and comedian Emma Markezic was given a diagnosis of aggressive breast cancer in her early thirties it was some curveball, but how she handled it surprised even herself.
The theme is all about taking a risk, and in the case of Sanda, it was breaking free from a relationship that threatened her very survival.
What are the pros and cons of banning mobile phones in schools?
Once you've died, how should you dispose of your body to have the least impact on the environment?