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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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Female, forty, seeks flatmate

More and more people in middle and older age-groups are seeking share accommodation.


 07 April 2016  24m

The greening of the Rockefellers

In 2014, the US $850 million Rockefeller Brothers Fund surprised the world by announcing it would no longer invest in fossil fuels. For a family fortune built on oil and gas, this was a major philosophical shift.


 06 April 2016  10m

Was 'The Father of Australia" , Lachlan Macquarie, complicit in a mass murder?

When Governor Lachlan Macquarie ordered his soldiers to "strike terror" into a group of aboriginal people at Appin, south of Sydney in 1816, was he breaking his own laws? The brutal killing of at least 14 aboriginal men, women and children, many of whom


 06 April 2016  43m

Fatma Elzein's charity phenomenon: "Mummies Paying It Forward"

Meet Fatma Elzein, a mother of four and a nurse who is the brains behind the charity phenomenon "Mummies Paying It Forward".


 05 April 2016  14m

Scuttle, slither, swat - hidden housemates in our home - a zoo of mini-beasts

Hundreds of species of insects and other terrestrial arthropods are living at your place....right now!


 05 April 2016  12m

The time to grieve

When people have lost a loved one, how do you draw the line between intense sadness and depression, requiring medical intervention?


 05 April 2016  10m

When is an egg free-range?

New government labelling regulations will allow egg producers to label their eggs free-range up to 10,00 hens per hectare


 05 April 2016  14m

Vale Bob Ellis -- His ten laws of life

Bob Ellis, who has died aged 73, wrote "The Ellis Laws" in 2014. Natasha Mitchell interviewed him about his ten rules for life.


 04 April 2016  15m

Game Changers - changing the face of the video game industry

The world of video games has come to a very sophisticated place but it seems there is a dark culture of misogyny lurking both in front of the screen and in the industry itself.


 04 April 2016  10m

Why Finnish school students lead the world

Finland's 'joyous, illiterate pre-schoolers' are growing up into world-leading school students. What is it about their education system that works so well?


 04 April 2016  23m