Midlife without the crisis

Midlife is no longer considered a crisis. The new 50s is a vibrant and transformative chapter of life, challenging the stereotypes and rewriting the script on aging. This phase is not about reaching a numerical milestone or acting your age. It’s a chapter marked by individuality, resilience and confidently embracing the age you feel. 

Why independence matters in hearing care

In Australia, more than 3,000 clinics provide hearing healthcare services and more than half of these are owned by a larger company. So, how do you know which clinic to choose? For service and healthcare that is personalised, you should consider an independent healthcare provider.

Be radical and change the world with art

Tony Albert, a Kuku Yalanji man, is a supremely creative, humble and ground-breaking artist whose work over the past decade has challenged the way First Nations people are portrayed in society. Last year, Tony was announced as the inaugural Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain First Nations Curatorial Fellow in partnership with the Biennale for the next four years. This will allow him to develop a long-term program that brings together First Nations artists from around the world.

Crunching the facts on apple varieties

Batlow in New South Wales is known for its variety of delicious apples, and in the heart of it you’ll find Hillview Farms. They’ve recently opened a store in Rozelle run by local vegetable and fruit experts, Ashleigh and Jason. The plethora of apples on the market can be puzzling, and here Ashleigh shares what some of their most popular varieties are used for.

Five minutes with...

Who hasn’t eaten at Our Place on Darling? The restaurant, owned by Marco De Angelis, was a staple in Balmain’s food landscape for over fifteen years, before closing in 2022. Now Marco is giving back to the community through his work at Together2.

Flavours of Argentina

Casa Esquina is Balmain’s newest restaurant and bar.  The landmark corner building on Elliott Street, a site with a rich culinary history, has been transformed into a hacienda with fire-cooked Argentinian food as the focus. Casa Esquina is the latest offering from Atticus Hospitality, the team behind the popular Paddington neighbourhood-gem Tequila Mockingbird, and innovative Mexican restaurant Esteban in Sydney’s CBD.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which this business operates, the Gadigal and Wangal peoples of the Eora nation, and pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging.

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