Reduce anxiety with five incontinence management tips

HEALTH: Stop laughing about incontinence and learn how to get it under control.

MAKE incontinence manageable with these five helpful tips.

Couple in their 60s rushed to hospital after crash

Two people have been taken to hospital.

A MAN and woman are being transported to hospital after a rollover

Tennis legend slams Qantas for gay marriage stance

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Margaret vows to never again fly with iconic airline.

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Vincent O'Dempsey guilty of McCulkin murders

After three weeks of evidence, Vincent O'Dempsey has been found guilty in the cold case murders of Barbara McCulkin and her daughters Vicki, 13, and Leanne, 11

Ballina prepared for influx of retirees

BALLINA Shire Council are prepared for any influx of retirees heading to the beautiful Northern Rivers.

Have you thought of retiring to Ballina?

Joyland Retreat offers respite for carers

Joyland Carers Retreat offers carers the opportunity to take a well-earned rest at a bespoke carers retreat located 300m from the beach at Korora.

Carers can get all the 'R and R' they need at bespoke retreat.

Schapelle Corby considered for death penalty

Schapelle Leigh Corby following her arrest Pic Lukman S Bintoro.

“For sure it (the death penalty) was discussed.”

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Mother’s Day High Tea to support local BreastScreen

THE Toowoomba Hospital Foundation is calling on the community to treat someone special on Mother's Day weekend and support local BreastScreen services.

Terminally ill wife gives husband dating tips

Sarah said Lee will make an incredible husband for one lucky woman

Loving wife teaching husband how to date before she passes away

Specialist breast nurse and advocate Lee Millard

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS: Lee Millard, Specialist Breast Nurse.

CONNECTING with others is important to breast nurse Lee Millard.

Feel comfortable in breast cancer survivor garments

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS: the team from A Comfortable Bra, Trish Dahl and Janell Rose.

UNDERGARMENTS fitted for breast cancer survivors is a speciality.

First-class care gives local women reassurance

CURE AND CARE: Specialist breast and plastic surgeon Dr Ellis Choy.

COFFS Harbour specialist is helping with breast cancer care and cure

Comforting kits for during breast cancer treatment

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS: Don't let your loved one commence chemotherapy without a Comfort Kit.

DON'T let your loved one start chemotherapy without a Comfort Kit.

Tina Graetz's long journey to innovative breast solution

BREAST CANCER AWARENESS: Tina Graetz is happy to be able to face her mirror and wear her favourite clothes once again.

Survivor Tina Graetz's reconstruction decision delay paid off.

Coast pair's bus is a grey nomad's dream home

A FORMER school bus is now a kitted-out mobile home with distinctive duco designed to leave no doubt about where its owners' Bledisloe Cup loyalties lie.

GREY NOMADS: Rare bush camp site locations

Paperbark Camp, Jervis Bay, New South Wales.

PACK your camping gear and get into our stunning natural landscape.

Grey nomads can go positively green for the environment

GO GREEN: Volunteers help ecologist Angela Sanders set up new phascogale nesting boxes on Kojonup Reserve, West Australia.

COMBINE travel and conservation by volunteering with Bush Heritage.

Len and Valerie Warren are turning grey into green

GREEN VOLUNTEERS: Bush Heritage volunteers Len and Valerie Warren on Eurardy Reserve in West Australia.

UNRETIRING nomads are enjoying turning their grey time to green.

GREY NOMADS: Follow the spa trail and relax

RELAX ON THE ROAD: Spa trekking is the newest and one of the best travel fads around.

WHERE to find natural healing for road-weary nomads.

GREY NOMADS: A single girl's tale of outback adventure

GREY NOMADS: Betty Quinn fell in love with West Australia's dramatic and pristine coastline.

CARAVAN adventuring for a single woman is possible and fun.

The cost of not being RV friendly

ON THE ROAD: Gary and Leigh Pearson of Caboolture love Warwick, but agree the CBD is not ideal for RVs and caravans.

Warwick could be missing out on the lucrative grey nomad market

Gardening: How to grow your own potatoes

THEY need space, sunshine, and fertile, slightly acidic, well-drained soil. They grow pretty quickly - you will be harvesting potatoes in three or four months.

RECIPE: warm your evening up with curry laksa

TIME TO WARM UP: Enjoy a Curry Laksa, full of flavour.

A FAVOURITE Asian spicy soup to enjoy any time of day.

RECIPE: Pasta with a delicious mix of beans, pancetta and pesto

Using salty water to cook pasta is important - one tablespoon of salt per litre of water should do it.

Try this easy pasta recipe for crowd-pleasing dinner

WINTER WARMERS: Recipes perfect for your slow cooker

Baked lemon ricotta and ginger cheesecakes, by Sally Wise.

Sally Wise shares three of her slow cooker favourites.

DINNER FOR ONE: Easy peasy single-serve recipes

Try the delicious Chrisanella Salad  you will make it again and again.

FOUR easy recipes for the next time you find yourself cooking for 1.

Five cost efficient ways to ensure your home stays warm

The Home of Thrones look is going nowhere. Add some instant glamour and warmth by adding throws to your living space this winter.

Here's how to make sure your house stays warm without spending big

7 delicious comfort food recipes perfect for cold days

The Sunshine Coast is bracing for a cold snap. Five-year-old Twins Amber and Taylor Whittingham, of Brisbane, felt the cold at Bulcock Beach.

Find your cool weather dinner inspiration here

Sunshine Coast seniors needed for driving survey

TAKE your hand off the wheel for a minute and think about joining this study group to make the future of driving of the Sunshine Coast a painless and safe.

Learn from a lucky bloke good tips for a healthy heart

HEART HEALTH: Hugh Parkinson suffered a heart attack when he was 58. He's changed his health ways and is living a happy life at 71.

DON'T ignore the signs because a heart attack could happen to you.

PETS AND AGEING: Emergency cards for pets alone

PETS AND AGEING: Pets and Positive Ageing ACT developed this card which they hope vets will start to distribute from their surgeries.

REDUCE anxiety by carrying an emergency pet contact card.

TRAVEL: Romping it up at the Esk Races

The Esk races.

LIVE it up at Esk where there is fun on and off the track.

BREAST CANCER: Achieving normality, with a bra

MOBILE CARE: Tracey Grills, of Tracey G Prosthetics & Lingerie, with some of the range available.

THE difference some silicone and lace can make after breast surgery.

New name and exciting program for Noosa Long Weekend

NOOSA ALIVE!: Noosa alive! 2017 ambassador Naomi Price.

NOOSA Alive! to turn July into a colourful Coast festival.

TOP TIPS: Cooking for one can be simple

Christine Perkin

Here are a few simple ways of making a decent meal with less effort.

Men's Sheds retooled after funding

MEN'S Sheds across Australia are to be the recipients of 123 Federal Government grants totally $400,000.

Hurricane man Bob Dylan still rockin’ at 76

ROCK LEGEND: Bob Dylan.

Rock legend and Nobel Prize awardee Bob Dylan turns 76 today.

Online tool helping seniors become money minded

FINANCE: ANZ's Money Minded website has been created to help you build your skills, knowledge and confidence in managing your money.

When a free money tool comes our way, it's well worth checking out.

How to prepare your own retirement plan

CHANGE your thinking on retirement towards positive wellbeing.

Birthday boy Brosnan shows no signs of slowing down

BIRTHDAY WISHES: Actor, artist and activist Pierce Brosnan

Pierce Brosnan's career is taking off, not slowing down, at age 64.

Brass band partners with youth in charity concert

TOOWOOMBA'S Harlaxton RSL Brass Band has joined forces with youth orchestra, expanding its repertoire and its membership.

Seniors News Toowoomba online edition

Can’t make it to the newsagency to get the latest Seniors News?

What is the value of cover?

A 43-year-old woman has been charged with making counterfeit money

YOU really can have too much of a good thing.

HEALTH: Tips for buying a hearing aid

Choose the right hearing aid for you.

A HEARING aid is an important investment to improve wellbeing.

The Sojourners: Taking control of their breast cancer battle

FOCUS ON THE GOOD: Mark and Sharon Sojourner say it's vital to see the positives in this tumultuous experience.

SHARON shares her story of breast cancer and thinking positively.

Toowoomba breast cancer specialist takes on guiding role

TRUST: Toowoomba oncologist Dr Khageshwor Pokharel.

ONCOLOGIST'S approach eases fear of breast cancer diagnosis.

Top 10 outings in Toowoomba in April

PERFECT BLEND: Opera in the Vineyard @ the Ballandean Estate marries music and wine.

FUN flicks, fossils and more to do in Toowoomba during April.

Hooning top of the agenda

Police are urging Gold Coast residents to use the ‘hooning hotline’ to help ease one of the region’s biggest road problems.

Seniors News Gold Coast online edition

Can’t get your hands on the latest edition of Seniors News?

Senior students finishes her law study with help from STAR

STUDY SUPPORT: Robyn Bree was able to continue her study with h elp from STAR.

NEAR-blind senior student has completed her law with help from STAR

Murphy the mule star of the show at aged care facilities

HEALING ANIMALS: Joe Howells pats miniature pony Oreo.

HEALING hearts through the love of four-legged friends.

Family history at Gold Coast to help hunt for ancestors

TRACING ANCESTRY: A family group on the beach at Burleigh Heads circa 1935.

HISTORY event to cover details on many ways to find ancestors.

Volunteers are the heartbeat of the Fraser Coast

Fraser Coast Tourism and Events is recognising how important volunteers are to the tourism industries across the region.

Endeavour's famous Kingaroy Kitchen extends itself

LEARNING AND GROWING THROUGH COOKING: Andy Simmons and Beth Fulton in Endeavour Foundation's famous Kingaroy Kitchen.

MORE than a job, much more than a café at Endeavour.

Top tips for keeping personally safe

POLICE TIPS: Be aware and stay personally safe.

BE aware and stay safe with these top police safety tips.

OPINION: It's time to ban the plastic bag

BAN THE BAG: Plastic bags can cause considerable harm to wildlife mistaking the bag for food.

RECYCLE, reuse, re-think how and when you use plastic bags.

LETTER: What about older victims of domestic violence?

Opinion

What those 50 and over who are victims of domestic violence?

Apply the 80/20 rule for better peace of mind

Change the way you think and you will start to feel better. Let go of needless worry, be open to solutions and enjoy a healthier, happier life.

CHANGE the way you think and you will start to feel better.

New thinking on breast cancer complementary treatments

BREAST CANCER: Cancer coaches to coordinate post-surgery rehabilitation is the newest move towards helping women to recover.

COACHING a survivor in using support services is the new thinking.

Treasures galore found in Burringbar

The things you can find in Burringbar.

Artists soothe pain of flood devastation

A street sign on Bakers Road south of Murwillumbah towards Uki shows all signs of the damage flood waters caused after the Tweed River broke its banks on Thursday night after extremely heavy rainfall in the Tweed catchment area.Photo: Scott Powick Daily News

Art is one way people of Northern Rivers are recovering from floods

Building a brighter age-friendly community

Minister for Disability Services and Seniors Coralee O'Rourke.

MONEY available to fund creative, age-friendly solutions.

WHAT'S ON: Yvonne's top 10 things to do for April and May

ROUND MOUNTAIN GIRLS: The band is playing at Kingscliff Beach Hotel in April.

OUT and about events in Northern NSW in April and May.

The plight of older women: Looking at 'why'

Older women are at increased risk of homelessness and poverty.

Dignified and practical dining fashion with a twist

DIGNIFIED DINING: Ruth happily wears her Picasso spillwear at every meal time at IRT St Georges Basin Care.

SPILLWEAR is a new product designed with flair and practicality.

Are you ready for the superannuation changes on July 1?

SUPER CHANGES: Here's what you need to know.

RULES about super contributions and tax breaks due to change.

Working dogs put on a show at Ulmarra

THE Ulmarra Dog Trials are just one of the blockbuster events occurring during the month of June.

Grandmother joins trend of late motherhood

FRISKY LAMB: Jacqui (Jarratt) Barnett and four year old Flynn - her favourite description of her new baby was by the woman who described him as a 'late lamb'.

50-year-old swaps babysitting for picking out baby clothes.

Seniors News Coffs Harbour Clarence Valley online edition

Can’t get your hands on the latest edition of Seniors News?

Top tips for reverse parking your caravan

CARAVANNING: master the art of reverse parking before you head off on your holiday adventure.

LEARN how to reverse park your caravan before heading off.

MEN'S HEALTH: Tips for over 50s for better health

MEN'S HEALTH: valuable health tips for men who are in their 50s and want to live a happier and healthier life.

LIVE longer and healthier by following these simple tips.

WHAT'S ON: So much to see and do in May on Coffs Coast

SHOW TIME: Head to the many shows in May to enjoy the family fun and great exhibitions.

NO less than 22 fabulous Coast events on offer in May.

Divorce myths busted: Splitting assets and liabilities

Students take part in a mock court session as part of the Kenny+Partners Moot Competition 2011 at the Old Courtroom, Gladstone Courthouse, 16 Yaroon Street. A judges anvil Photo Chris Chan/The Observer

Part two of a new series exploring legal myths

Seniors News Central Coast online edition

Can’t find a copy of the latest Central Coast edition of Seniors News?

Explaining the future concepts of Australian aged care

RETIREMENT LIVING: going up is one of the options already being used in Australian cities.

RETIREMENT living and aged care industries are changing at light speed.

ACTIVE AGEING: Mei-Ling's gold from beach to book

CHAMPION: Mei-Ling Venning celebrates her medals at the Australian Masters Surf Lifesaving Championships on the Gold Coast.

TOOWOON Bay masters athlete stars on the sand and on paper.

Senior surfers unite to raise dementia research funds

WIPEOUT DEMENTIA: the friendly competition is on May 27 at Queenscliff Beach in Sydney.

SURF executives to fight it out in dementia fundraiser

War hero saluted in The Unseen ANZAC

The Unseen ANZAC

Incredible but true story of Australia's greatest war photographer.

Remembering Academy Award winner Gregory Peck

STAR OF THE BIG SCREEN: Gregory Peck still draws in fans of his fabulously dramatic movies.

BRILLIANT in dramatic roles, Gregory Peck still draws in his fans.

The little church kept alive by community love

COMMUNITY HEART: St Barnabas Church holds just 60 people but a lot of history.

Yarramalong means place of cedars

How to survive the robot jobs revolution

WE’VE all seen the headlines: millions of jobs at risk as robots take over.

One for the birds: Bentley's SUV with luxury falconry kit

AT LAST! Bentley finally offers us the 6.0-litre Bentayga SUV with its own luxury built-ins for the falcons. Niche? You betcha.

Need your luxury SUV with room for the birds?

Deputy PM rescues elderly woman at Parliament House

Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce jumps into action to help an elderly woman at Parliament House.

Deputy prime minister to the rescue!

Gen-Yers are suing their parents for financial support

An economic crisis has led to "parasite children".

Representatives need to know what we want

However, how many people take the time to let their elected representatives know what they think or need?

Bad call set to leave elderly high and dry

A reader is concerned that under a new system during a power blackout the phone will not work.

Whenever there is a power blackout the new phone will not work.

LETTER: What can you do to stop the flu?

VACCINATE: Flu season is coming.

Things you should know about vaccine

Damned if they do and damned if they don't

A reader says to stop whinging about council officers who are just trying to enforce very clear laws regarding dogs and protect the rights of all.

How would you feel if your animal was torn apart by an off-lead dog?

Style: Diversity on runway so hot right now

Australian model Madeline Stuart.

Representation a welcome sight at fashion week

Dear 'Millennials': Take a reality check!

Seniors News takes up the battle for the "older generation".

OPINION: Disruptors welcome

Seniors Editor, Gail Forrer.

LET'S blow a fresh breath of air and disrupt the the dust of ageism.