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For the first time in 32 years, I won't be home for Christmas. This is what I'll miss

For the first time in 32 years, I won't be home for Christmas. This is what I'll miss

Aussies brag that we never brag, but I wish it were not the case so I could boast, hand on homesick heart, that we really are the luckiest people in the world.

  • by Kathy Lette

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Your Weekly Horoscope for October 25 - November 1
Sunday Life

Your Weekly Horoscope for October 25 - November 1

Free weekly horoscope for each star sign from renowned astrologer Hedy Damari. Forecasts for the week ahead in life, love and career.

  • by Hedy Damari
Alan Attwood: Out of lockdown, a shaggy dog story
Daily Life

Alan Attwood: Out of lockdown, a shaggy dog story

For the first time in many years, I’ve actually been thinking about hair.

  • by Alan Attwood
About Last Night: I struggle with the intimate side of my relationship
Sex & relationships

About Last Night: I struggle with the intimate side of my relationship

As a child I was taught that sex was shameful and now I struggle with intimacy even though I love my partner.

  • by Maureen Matthews
Your Daily Horoscope for Saturday, October 24
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Your Daily Horoscope for Saturday, October 24

Free daily horoscope for each star sign from renowned Astrologer Hedy Damari. Forecasts for the day ahead in life, love and career.

  • by Hedy Damari
With trick-or-treating off the cards, here's how to do Halloween in a pandemic
Halloween

With trick-or-treating off the cards, here's how to do Halloween in a pandemic

It turns out that with just a little bit of creativity, there are plenty of great ways to get a little spooky on October 31.

  • by Larissa Ham
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We aren't family: the adults 'divorcing' their parents
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We aren't family: the adults 'divorcing' their parents

More people are “breaking up” with their folks, in what’s being described as an epidemic of intergenerational dysfunction. And grandkids are often collateral damage, caught between the warring sides.

  • by Sharon Bradley
'The Dressmaker' was a stressmaker – but it brought two friends together after 30 years
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'The Dressmaker' was a stressmaker – but it brought two friends together after 30 years

Writer Rosalie Ham and producer Sue Maslin attended boarding school together in the 1970s. They lost contact for 30 years, until Sue read Rosalie’s debut novel and turned it into an award-winning film.

  • by Susan Horsburgh
We've never been less able to imagine the future
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We've never been less able to imagine the future

If there is a silver lining to the whole “pregnant in a pandemic” thing, it is that my daughter’s very existence reminds me of the passage of time.

  • by Amelia Lester
How much of a faux pas is it to misuse a wedding gift?
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How much of a faux pas is it to misuse a wedding gift?

You were right to keep quiet: as horrific as pasta bowl misuse is, you can’t gnocchi sense into some people.

  • by Danny Katz
Neil Perry's barbecued chicken breast with asparagus
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Neil Perry's barbecued chicken breast with asparagus

It may seem as October has been declared “asparagus month”. That's because it's a favourite - and in season.

  • by Neil Perry