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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The highs and lows of our love affair with solar


One in five Australian households have solar panels on their rooftop. But solar consumers need to be vigilant and careful when installing a system and negotiating deals with energy suppliers. At the macro level, increased solar generation is causing some headaches for our power networks.


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Does Australia use best practice to classify games and movies?


A newly released online survey suggests Australian parents feel seriously under resourced in making the best choices of appropriate games, apps and movies for their children. The survey of more than 600 parents and carers found the majority of respondents with young children felts the PG rating was too broad for games, movies and apps.


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A Fine Line: Navigating a relationship with a support worker


How do people living with disability navigate relationships with their support workers? They can often spend so much time together that it's not straight forward.


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Cheat meals and mukbang: Why we're fascinated by extreme eating


In a world of #cleaneating and paleo, extreme eating is taking off - especially online, where it can be viewed by thousands of people. But what's behind the trend in eating big for clicks? And what are the potential health impacts for those who partake?


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Backflip episode 11 - the boy who lived


While recovering from a fall, Mike reflects on the entire backflip journey.


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Life in 500 Words: Roger goes cycling


As we grow older, our tendency is to take on fewer challenges. But Roger McDougall bucks that trend. Roger was in his early sixties when he started winging it in a big way, by cycling the globe.


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Talkback: parental pressure on children's career choices


Many young people around the country will be anxiously waiting for acceptance letters into university or TAFE, after finishing the school year. How much choice have they had in what their future career might be? And how can families navigate discussions


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Weekend Life Matters: older women stand strong, veganism 101, Yea's wetlands, hunting the best minimum chips


Older women should celebrate entering their Power Age, how to be healthy on a vegan diet, creating links and legacies through landscape in central Victoria, and the hunt for the perfect minimum chips.


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Modern Dilemma: I feel I'm carrying an unfair load at work, how do I quit my job?


You and a colleague share the same title at work. When your colleague is ill, you are expected to juggle both roles, and it's impacting your mental health. How do you quit your job?


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Why indoor plants can improve your health


There's growing evidence that our increased time indoors is leading to ill health, whether it be at home or in an office. Plants could be the answer.


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