Your story

your story

A Vietnam tour reflection

This story begins on April 19th 1967, the date I was taken by bus from Melbourne to the Australian Army camp at Puckapunyal. I was conscripted by the Australian Government to serve for two years. I was 20 years old, buzzing with the promise of adventure.

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Life

life

From Julep to Cosmo: a history of world-beating cocktails

With the first printed mention of the word ‘cocktail’ as early as 1798, the irresistible allure of a delicious-tasting drink that also gets you drunk has been with us for long time.

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Downsizing

downsizing

Downsizing: The time of your life

You may not believe this now, but soon, (maybe even halfway through this article) you’re going to start getting excited. Maybe a little excited, maybe a lot.

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News on the grapevine

Dementia

Zoom guide for people with dementia

Dementia Australia has prepared resources to help people living with dementia use video conferencing platforms like Zoom to stay connected. "Instead of video conferencing being a way to connect with others, it can often be a barrier for people living with dementia and further embed feelings of social isolation.

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