Three million switch banks
More than three million Australians have switched banks over the past three years with two-thirds finding it an easy process, the Australian Bankers’ Association said today.
Rental stress creating a generation of baby boomer flatmates
The high cost of rent is forcing older Australians to opt for flat mates rather than renting on their own because renting is unaffordable for many.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Therapeutic Area User Guide review
A Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Therapeutic Area User Guide (TAUG-PTSD) has been released for review.
Dementia publication sheds light on latest research
More than 400,000 Australians live with dementia and that number is expected to climb.
Veteran pensions increase
Veteran pension payments have increased in line with the biannual indexation.
United service stations across QLD launch 6 cent discount on E10 fuel
United Petroleum has announced that it has dramatically cut the price of all E10 fuel across Queensland for a limited time.
Aged Care Complaints Commissioner 2016-17 annual report
The Aged Care Complaints Commissioner’s 2016-17 annual report shows that more people are becoming aware of the service and raising their concerns.
Seniors more tech-savvy than we think
Older Australians continue to use 'new' banking technology, with CommBank data showing 50 per cent of customers over the age of 65 use ATMs.
New $10 banknotes enter circulation
The new $10 banknote enters general circulation 20 September 2017, and follows the release of the new $5 banknote last year.
Strict VIC political donation laws
The Victorian Government will introduce the strictest and most transparent political donation laws in Australia.
Siblings sharing caring for ageing parents
Caring for ageing parents is a very difficult task and can lead to some sensitive situations between siblings as they navigate the process.
CSIRO finds personality type diet derailers
In what is Australia’s largest diet and personality survey, food cravings were found to be one of the most common reasons diets get derailed.
Science spin prevalent, researchers warn
More than a quarter of biomedical scientific papers may utilise practices that distort the interpretation of results or mislead readers so that results are viewed more favourably.
VIC health system under flu surge pressure
Victoria’s entire health system is working together to tackle problems caused by one of its worst flu seasons.
Why people nearing the end of life need the same protection we offer children
Last scene of all, That ends this strange eventful history, Is second childishness and mere oblivion, Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.
Hip fractures in the aged could cost $1 billion
In 2016 there were close to 22,000 hip fractures in Australia alone with an estimated cost of $908 million.
Home care data confirms concerns
Chief Executive Officer of Australia’s peak age services body, Leading Age Services Australia (LASA), Sean Rooney today noted the Government’s release of the Home Care Packages Program Data Report.
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