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How to tell someone is having a stroke

If you or someone you know was having a stroke, would you know? The Stroke Foundation recommends using the F.A.S.T test which is an easy...

Don’t get caught out this summer

It’s beginning to look a lot like road trip season - with new research from Mitsubishi Motors Australia (MMAL) revealing one in five Aussies...

Finding your furry friends these holidays

There are many things Victorians can do if their furry family members gets lost this holiday season, according to RSPCA Victoria chief executive Dr...

Keeping your home safe while on holidays

Keeping your home safe while away on holidays is an important issue to keep in mind during the festive period. Neighbourhood Watch has some tips...

The best road trips in Australia

The Great Ocean Road has been shortlisted as one of Australia’s greatest road trips. With the holiday season upon us, lockdowns, closed states and no...

Men urged to be sun smart

As Victorians head off on summer holidays and enjoy freedom from Covid restrictions, SunSmart has issued a reminder to use sun protection. The campaign specifically...

Celebration zones at city’s fireworks

Fireworks are a spectacular feature of New Year’s Eve celebrations, with hundreds of people flocking to the city to experience the delight and awe...

Planning for this New Year’s Eve

Now that restrictions have been lifted and house gatherings are here to stay, a house party seems in order for this New Year’s Eve’s...

How to keep mozzies at bay

A wet spring, and the forecast for a wetter than usual summer in eastern Australia could mean a hazardous mosquito season. Dr Nirvana Luckraj,...

A simple ‘pause’ might save your life says TAC

Victorians are being urged to ensure they are well-rested and take breaks when travelling over the festive period, as many people prepare to take...

Environmental concerns for online returns

A leading Australian parcel collection point network says if Australian online shoppers return the same number of online purchases this year as they did...

Be careful with Christmas leftovers

With a shortage of vets nationally and emergency veterinary hospitals already at capacity, vets are urging the public not to allow their pets to...

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Making mental health better through art workshops

For anyone who has struggled to find inspiration after a difficult two years, a new artistic endeavour may be just the thing to kick...