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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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Is our approach to vaccine hesitant parents all wrong?


Most Australian parents vaccinate their children, but there is still a minority who choose not to. What is the best way to get them on side and is our current approach of shaming them into changing their views the best way forward? What would compassion


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Getting older? Don't throw out those dumbbells


As we get older it's a fine line between stressing our bodies, and doing enough of the right kind of exercise to keep us healthy. Right now around 75 to 95 per cent of Australians over 50 are not meeting recommended physical activity targets to maintain


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Wanted: lifesavers from Western Sydney


One of Australia's smallest surf clubs has started a unique recruitment drive. Garie Beach Surf Lifesaving Club is hoping to attract volunteer lifesavers from Western Sydney to help keep its beautiful, but at times dangerous, beach safe.


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Would you like to be buried beneath native Australian bushland?


Many of us have wild and romantic ideas for what we'd like to happen to our remains after we die. Unfortunately, because of bureaucratic practicalities, many of these ideas don't work out as magically as we would have hoped. Well, architect David Neus


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Is it time to move beyond the ATAR?


If you finish year 12 in Australia, you get allocated a mark, called the ATAR, and Queensland is about to switch over to that system next year too. It’s a national percentage mark that ranks students in relation to all the others in their year. But, some


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True stories of arranged marriage at the theatre


Would you trust your parents' judgement on who should be your 'happily ever after'? Perhaps they've played a part in choosing a life partner and it's worked out great. Or not. A Brimful of Asha features a real-life mother and son, on-stage, sharing the


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Hands On: I'm a fixer


Electric kettles are cheap as chips these days, so if yours breaks, you don’t need to wait long for a cuppa. But years ago, people used to repair broken appliances, rather than replace them. Could we go back to that approach? Hilary Harper took her bung


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Hands On: I'm a fixer


Electric kettles are cheap as chips these days, so if yours breaks, you don’t need to wait long for a cuppa. But years ago, people used to repair broken appliances, rather than replace them. Could we go back to that approach? Hilary Harper took her bung


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Australia Talks talkback: how do you feel about the future?


The ABC has conducted the Australia Talks National Survey, where 54,000 Australians were surveyed to find out how they are feeling on a range of topics and issues. When it comes to the future, Australians are generally optimistic about our individual fu


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Backflip episode 7 - danger zone


Fatigue and work commitments collide as Mike enters the 'danger zone'.


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