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Relief for scratchy, Spring eyes

Relief for scratchy, Spring eyes

Oh Spring, that joyous time of year heralding the end of the cold season! The lambs are frolicking, the flowers are blooming and yes, the eyes may be itching. Hayfever, sinusitis, allergic rhinitis, allergic conjunctivitis … the list of possible allergy complaints...

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I’ll drink to that!

I’ll drink to that!

MATTY WITH A SCOTCH A tasty drink and a good song is one of life’s great combos – one I am quite familiar with! When it comes to this classic combo, I have two modes and they are polar opposites! I either like to be upbeat or indulge in moody feels. If the vibe is...

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Experience a new kind of adventure!

Experience a new kind of adventure!

Calling all adventure-seekers and quest-hunters! Join people all over the world exploring their way around cities in a unique and interesting way. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to follow the clues to discover objects that have been hidden right...

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Overcoming alcohol intolerance

Overcoming alcohol intolerance

Enjoying a drink or two is engrained in Australian culture. Catching up for a wine with girlfriends or meeting the boys at the pub for a beer.  Alcohol can affect people in different ways, even leading to intolerances (and no, we don’t mean hangovers!). While some may...

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Untoxicated

Untoxicated

If you want to change your relationship with alcohol, the new and improved sober movement might be just what you need.   WORDS BY LARINE STATHAM-BLAIR   Let’s be honest. Most of us consume more alcohol than we should. Data from the World Health Organisation...

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When your Super becomes a death benefit

When your Super becomes a death benefit

It is so important to consider who will inherit your superannuation (super) if you die before you retire. Your super won’t automatically go to your next of kin – you actually have to nominate who you want to receive the benefit. In the event of your death, the Trustee...

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Relief for scratchy, Spring eyes

The right diet for your eyesight

Are my dietary habits damaging my eyesight? Patients are asking this sort of question more and more. There is a plethora of information on the internet about eye health and how to maximise it through your diet. Like most readily accessible ‘free’ information, not all...

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A feast for the eyes

A feast for the eyes

Words by Michael Dart As we break out and explore our surrounds again there’s been more and more art popping up across the Region.  New gallery exhibitions, cafes and restaurants promoting local artists, history tours, sculptures and our Milbi mosaics on the coast –...

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Styling your office space successfully

Styling your office space successfully

Words by Jade McKenzie   Whether you’re based out of a co-working space or working from home, here are a few styling tips to create an office that not only encourages productivity, but looks flawless and stylish.  Light it Right Along with the numerous health and...

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The global tech shortage

The global tech shortage

Regardless of what role, industry or business you operate within, chances are you have had someone use the ‘Covid’ excuse on you by now: “sorry we can’t xyz because of Covid”. Unfortunately, more than a year on from the first time you heard that excuse, many of the...

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Remote friendly workplaces build resilience

Remote friendly workplaces build resilience

By Bevan Moller | Catalyst Directions Companies that offered partial or full remote options for staff experienced an unexpected benefit when the pandemic hit - they were already prepared to work from home. Here at Catalyst Directions, as much as it stung to abandon...

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Sun protection for all seasons

Sun protection for all seasons

My favourite place to picnic with my young family is Elliott Heads. We ride our bikes along the esplanade and find a shady spot under a tree, overlooking the mouth of the river. Sometimes we take a packed lunch and other times we enjoy fish and chips. Bundaberg’s...

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