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We need to show 'real life' support to friends who are struggling, not just in a Facebook comment.
Too many people suffer anxiety and depression in silence, and it shouldn't be that way.
Love happens every day, says marriage celebrant Yvette Reid. Here's how to tell if it's the real deal.
The questions rental agents ask are shockingly invasive and unnecessary, says Alison Adams-Smith.
Ed Sheeran, thank you for gifting us music so utterly amazing and a song for two soulmates.
In honour of Matt Damon's stellar performance in The Martian, here's a rundown of his other top performances.
Joanie Throssell finds religion, respect and plenty of the "black stuff" help an Irish wedding go with a swing.
Man who abused a burqa-wearing Muslim woman is not alone in his bigoted views.
It’s been a tough year for Warriors coach Andrew McFadden and a rude awakening into life as an NRL coach.
I am not out to party. I take cannabis medicinally in measured doses to minimise my burden to society.
As the Super Rugby season comes to an end, attentions turn to the All Blacks' World Cup squad.
I never thought I’d admit to a man crush but Chris Pratt, you’ve made me do it, writes Clayton Barnett.
I'm 21 years old and the proud owner of two dogs. Both of them were saved from certain death.
I was 18 when a colleague opened up about his war. I've never forgotten his story.
All relationships at their essence boil down to one question, writes doctor Joe Guse. Do I trust you?
Gerard O'Neil's life might have been completely different if the typing department had stayed.
I have always loved wood but it's not hard to imagine the day prohibiting driftwood gathering.
If you could send a message to yourself, arriving 10 years ago, what would it be?
Rhianna Boyd was 14 when anorexia took hold of her. It was nothing to do with wanting to be skinny.
Seven people in three cities benefited from Gerard O'Neil's sister-in-law being an organ donor.