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Falafel balls

Falafel balls

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Another yummy recipes from one of our staffs kitchens
Dark Days

Dark Days

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Staying fit and healthy and finding a shoulder to lean on helped Johnny Mackay tackle the black dog that is depression, as he writes.
No more  missing socks

No more missing socks

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

When a large laundry service couldnt keep track of smaller garments it teamed up with Minda to create the perfect partnership and solve the lost sock quandry.
Do you hear what I hear?

Do you hear what I hear?

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Anthea Skinner reports on living with tinnitus.
The blind obvious about fashion

The blind obvious about fashion

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Having a fashionable eye doesnt have to be beyond people with vision impairment, Alyssa Gill write
On air

On air

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Community radio is a rich source of local talent, willing to share their diverse stories and experiences. There are programs all around the nation that hone in on disability news, views and events. Heres just a few, as Andrew Blanchard reports.
Finding the right lawyer

Finding the right lawyer

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Needing a lawyer can be a daunting prospect, so Simon Flower offers some tips for finding the right person to help you.
Crack up

Crack up

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Wayne Eckert tries his hand at stand-up comedy during Mental Health Week.
Breakthroughs

Breakthroughs

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

breakthroughs sponsored by Telstra - Herbal remedies given thumbs up - Autism linked to jaundice in babies - Brain rust a cause of Alzheimers - A filmmakers wired visio
Q&A with Jessica Ainscough

Q&A with Jessica Ainscough

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Jessica Ainscough is behind The Wellness Warrior blog (thewellnesswarrior.blogspot.com) The mag journalist was diagnosed with a rare, aggressive cancer,
Always Liza To Me

Always Liza To Me

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Reading Cecilia Rices book gave me a perspective on living with a child with a disability that shook my reality.
Entertainment & reviews

Entertainment & reviews

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Farmyard to fashion pack - Between the pages - Books - Goss - Website in focus
The musings of Peter Coulter

The musings of Peter Coulter

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Peter Coulter ponders the benefits of acupuncture - and language surrounding disability
National Disability Awards Winners

National Disability Awards Winners

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

The International Day of People with Disability is celebrated on December 3. Four inspirational Aussies are ambassadors this year, including athletes Gerrard Gosens and Kurt Fearnley, artist Bill Mooney and writer/comedian Catherine Deveny. Others are receiving National Disability Awards
Hot items

Hot items

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Cover up - Bath time bliss - Height adjustable - Listen easy
letters to link

letters to link

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Art-venturous - Wheelchair help - Birthday congrats - eBay helps - Depression in the workplace
From the editor

From the editor

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

This would have to be my favourite time of year! Summer, Christmas, New Years, my birthday (just thought Id chuck the latter one in there!)... and, of course, the International Day of People with Disability on December 3.
News in brief

News in brief

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Snap happy

Snap happy

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Disability and language will be explored at an exhibition, Male Female Disabled, at the 2011 Adelaide Fringe festival.
News bites

News bites

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Children with a disability are targets for abuse, says MP - Eye specialist is most inspirational - Autism film to raise schools awareness - Community group ponders whether Bendigos disability-friendly - Women allege carer raped them - No jail time for drunk wheelchair driver
Senior news

Senior news

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Lip service - Worlds oldest man turns 114 - Grandparent-headed families will keep growing - Hot items
Time to Celebrate - International Day of People with a Disability

Time to Celebrate - International Day of People with a Disability

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

The International Day of People with Disability is celebrated on December 3. Four inspirational Aussies are ambassadors this year, including athletes Gerrard Gosens and Kurt Fearnley, artist Bill Mooney and writer/comedian Catherine Deveny. Others are receiving National Disability Awards.
Sport

Sport

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Hero worship - Paralympic gold medal winner Kurt Fearnley has, for the second year, taken on the role of ambassador for the International Day of People with Disability.
More than words

More than words

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Melinda Smith might have difficulty communicating by speech, but she has no trouble getting her message across, Sheridan Forster writes.
Mind over body

Mind over body

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Science proves you can get fit without moving a muscle, writes Wendy Bentley.
Africa calling

Africa calling

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

Maggie Gill is volunteering as a physiotherapist through Australian Volunteers International at the Phelisanong centre.
Going further

Going further

Wednesday, 1st December 2010

This is the third in a series on accessible travelling by Bruce Mumford. This issue, he tackles planning an interstate holiday.