Life Matters - Separate stories podcast

Life Matters is your guide to contemporary Australian life. Be part of rich conversations on relationships, family, parenting, education, work, health and consumer issues.

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Backflip episode 12 - I'm writing the story


It’s the final episode. Will Mike Williams backflip?


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The ingredients of a super birthday party


For a lot of children, their birthday party is the most important day of the year. But organising a party can be daunting for parents. What do children’s entertainers think makes for a great party?


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Aged and health care systems: how are they working together?


For many people trying to access home care packages so they can stay in their home as they age, the process isn't easy. As hearings for the Royal Commission into Aged Care continue, we discuss the challenges of the current system for getting services that can help older people stay out of hospital.


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Weekend Life Matters: rooftop solar concerns, politics in relationships, our eyebrow history, Backflip gets real


Australia leads the world in rooftop solar, but can our poles and wires cope? How long term partners negotiate political differences, the hairless history of eyebrow shaping, and Mike Williams shapes up for the real backflip.


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Modern Dilemma: When you give a gift of a book and the receiver gives it back because they didn't like it, what do you say?


You gave a book as a gift to a family member. But when they came to visit they brought it with them to give back to you. They said they had started the book, but hadn't enjoyed it. You feel a bit snubbed. Should you make your feelings known?


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When the city of love nearly kills you


Can you imagine living as an expat in Paris, walking up a dark stairway and having a lift almost decapitate you? That's what happened to Jayne Tuttle, and it taught her a lot about slowing life down at a time she didn't think she needed to.


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When the city of love nearly kills you


Can you imagine living as an expat in Paris, walking up a dark stairway and having a lift almost decapitate you? That's what happened to Jayne Tuttle, and it taught her a lot about slowing life down at a time she didn't think she needed to.


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Trend in rapid alcohol delivery sparks 'risky drinking' concerns


A new report released by La Trobe University's Centre for Alcohol Policy Research has exposed the risks posed by online alcohol sales, finding high levels of risky drinking.


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Bilingual story time in remote Aboriginal community


A mother's group in Ngukurr, in south-east Arnhem Land, has taken on the challenge of translating much-loved children's books into language.


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What your eyebrows reveal about you


Whether thick, thin or joined in the middle, the eyebrows are among the first things you notice when you meet someone, so it's little wonder why people spend big money on refining theirs. But did you know people have been taming their brows since the Bronze Age?


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