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Outlook for 2018
The global economy is currently growing at its fastest pace in over five years; and the good economic news is likely to continue into 2018.
Life reboots at 50
Turning 50 offers plenty of upside. Old pressures ease off, making room for new adventures. Here are five ways to enjoy your sixth decade.
The Smart Money starts out Money Smart
Many Australians lack confidence when it comes to dealing with money.
Seniorpreneurs are stirring up start-ups
Older entrepreneurs are shrugging off stereotypes and bringing a wealth of wisdom and experience to start-ups and the small business sector.
Amazon has landed
We look at the hype – and potential harm – as the online department store sets up shop on Australian shores; just in time for Christmas
Bitcoins and tulips have something in common
Coins that aren’t really coins, miners who don’t dig or drill – but use more real power than many countries – and made-up words like cryptocurrency and blockchain; it’s enough to do your head in.
Cutting carbon emissions for next to nothing
Australia can meet its 2030 greenhouse emissions target at zero net cost, according to new research by the Australian National University.
The world’s most visited cities
Asia boasts six of the top 10 most visited cities on the planet, thanks to the rise of Chinese tourism and to region’s efforts to develop “smart cities”.
North Korea: Can trade trump missiles?
Renewed sabre-rattling between old foes North Korea and the United States has been growing louder by the day. We analyse what it means for Australia and the rest of the region.
A little Nudge can go a long way
Ever needed motivation to move things forward? We take a close look at how one simple economic theory can have a huge effect on individuals and entire populations.
Fighting financial abuse
Men STOPping Violence Against Women
Australia’s biggest domestic violence prevention charity White Ribbon has created ‘tool kits’ designed to help men do more to prevent violence against women.
The tree change is back
City dwellers weary of the rat race are once again turning their backs on the big smoke in favour of better quality of life in the bush or by the beach.
How to be happy at work
A rewarding, yet challenging, role in an engaging workplace can make the difference between misery and joy.
Making the world smaller
Technology is reducing the cost of moving people, goods and information around the globe, creating one of the most fundamental economic shifts of the modern era.
Living life to the full
Sibilla may have retired from her full time role as director of Adventist Health Ministries in Victoria – but two-years on, she's yet to show signs of giving up work.
World class care is the ultimate dream
So-called “lifestyle diseases” like diabetes and heart disease have reached epidemic proportions across the Pacific Islands.
It’s been a sick year
If you think 2017 has been a sick year, you’re right – but not in a good way.
Cities not created equal
The ultimate barbeque stopper, Australia’s property market is a seemingly constant source of anxiety and discussion: where will it all land?
The measure of fear