The tattooing industry has gone from strength to strength thanks to a previously untapped market, with a notable spike in the number of women going under the needle. James Cook University senior creativity and innovation lecturer Eduardo de la ... Canberra Times, 1 month ago
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After decades of marriage, divorce is the last thing couples expect to disrupt their retirement plans. But more and more baby boomers are finding themselves single and forced to start over financially. has escalated across Australia with latest ...Melbourne Age, 1 day ago Grey divorce had huge impact in the retirement years Melbourne Age, 1 day ago
With powerful social forces causing women and men to delay having children, the scientific race is on to assist couples to reproduce later in life. Join fertility specialist William Ledger and social reer Mark McCrindle as they discuss the issues in ...Noodls, 6 days ago
Baby boomers are upending notions of ageing as they enter retirement. It was on a seven-week solo hiking trip through Italy and Spain to celebrate her 50thbirthday that Victoria Rose had an epiphany. Taking stock of her life, she realised that ...The New Daily, 1 week ago
Aidan Devine gives some perspective to the narrowness of the tiny terrace in Terry St Surry Hills. Picture: John Appleyard Source: News Limited AT ONLY 2.85m wide, the narrowest house on the market in Sydney is expected to sell for upwards of ...Brisbane Courier-Mail, 1 week ago Inside Sydney's narrowest home NEWS.com.au, 1 week ago Is this Australia's narrowest house? Herald Sun, 1 week ago narrowest home on the market Brisbane Courier-Mail, 1 week ago
Source: News Limited INHERITANCES are dying off faster than the ageing Australians who give them, and there is not much that younger generations can do about it. As longer life expectancies and rising lifestyle costs put more pressure on older ...NEWS.com.au, 1 week ago
No more handouts ... Prescott Securities senior economist and financial adviser Alan Hutchinson says adult children shouldn't expect a cash splash when their parents die. Picture: Keryn Stevens Source: News Limited INHERITANCES are dying off faster ...Herald Sun, 1 week ago end of inheritances Brisbane Courier-Mail, 1 week ago
Turn 55 and you become invisible, according to traditional marketing lore ads for funeral plans and continence aids notwithstanding but has that begun to change as the baby boomer cohort moves into the golden years? Yes, and not before time, says ...Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago
New kids on the block … Gen Yers like James Scutts are part of the "most materially endowed generation ever". Photo: Joe Wigdahl It's the spoilt, pampered generation that was to get its comeuppance in the GFC-induced gloom, much to the delight ...Sydney Morning Herald, 2 weeks ago
Most members of Generation Y are 'fiscally conservative' and have more money than debt, a new study has found - but Alexandra Just is not of their number. The 27-year-old has more than $20,000 owing on credit cards and less than $2000 in the bank.Sydney Morning Herald, 3 weeks ago Meet the rich and poor of Generation Y Melbourne Age, 3 weeks ago
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