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'You never know what strength you've got': Anna Swan's long road back from brain trauma

'You never know what strength you've got': Anna Swan's long road back from brain trauma

Her father is Australia’s best known health journalist, her brother one of Washington’s fastest-rising media stars. But Anna Swan showed grit beyond them both in the aftermath of a catastrophic accident on a family holiday to Italy.

  • by Eliza Harvey

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She fell in love with a man called Trust: 'I remember looking at him and just knowing'

She fell in love with a man called Trust: 'I remember looking at him and just knowing'

It took one date for Anthea Loucas Bosha, and Trust Bosha to feel at ease with each other. Together they’ve weathered loss, lockdown and a lot of easy-listening music.  

  • by Susan Horsburgh
An engagement destined to sink
Opinion
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An engagement destined to sink

With the accent on accident.

'I do' gives way to 'I don't' as marriages plummet even before pandemic

'I do' gives way to 'I don't' as marriages plummet even before pandemic

The nation's overall marriage rate has fallen to its lowest since the creation of the Commonwealth, but older people are marrying at record rates.

  • by Shane Wright and Zach Hope
'I am addicted to work and creating new things': Tim Minchin

'I am addicted to work and creating new things': Tim Minchin

Comedian, actor, composer, songwriter discusses his career, balancing family life and the women who influence him.

  • by Robyn Doreian
Fairytale relationships are often just that – fantasy
Opinion
Opinion

Fairytale relationships are often just that – fantasy

The sooner we let go of the notion of happy ever after within the marriage ideal, the better our chance of true contentment.

  • by Wendy Squires
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From real estate to beloved royal: Princess Mary’s real-life fairy tale, 20 years on

From real estate to beloved royal: Princess Mary’s real-life fairy tale, 20 years on

It’s the classic Australian tale: girl meets boy in pub and love blossoms. Only this boy is the heir to Europe’s oldest throne. Twenty years on, revisit the fairy tale that captured the world and saw Mary Donaldson make history as Denmark’s future queen.

  • by Julia Naughton
The moment Katherine Kelly Lang fell in love with the mystery and magic of life on set

The moment Katherine Kelly Lang fell in love with the mystery and magic of life on set

The actor discussing growing up in a showbiz family, working on The Bold and the Beautiful and learning about yourself through relationships.

  • by Jane Rocca
My wife's upset after she dreamt that I cheated on her. What do I do?

My wife's upset after she dreamt that I cheated on her. What do I do?

It's best to approach this in the Non-Dream Real-Life Actual World.

  • by Danny Katz
After 18 years of marriage, these are the best ways my partner helps my anxiety

After 18 years of marriage, these are the best ways my partner helps my anxiety

Having a partner in life who wouldn’t give in to everything my anxiety asked for has been a lifesaver for me.

  • by Jodi Richardson
Government must act to improve family law system
Editorial
Family Court

Government must act to improve family law system

People find themselves before these courts at some of the lowest points in their lives, often in urgent need of help. They must be able to receive.

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