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Could Sex and the City’s leaked script point to the real bigamist?

Could Sex and the City’s leaked script point to the real bigamist?

Specific details of the plot have remained largely under wraps until this week, when a scene from the upcoming reboot made its way onto the internet.

  • by Samantha Selinger-Morris

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The melting ice caps have broken my heart

The melting ice caps have broken my heart

When I asked for my first prescription for antidepressants, my doctor was surprised. Especially when I revealed what had brought me to this point. It was love … for snow.

  • by Jonica Newby
My early love for glitter hinted at my future diagnosis

My early love for glitter hinted at my future diagnosis

As a child, simple stimuli – glitter, fireworks – could hypnotise or terrorise Clem Bastow. Later came her autism diagnosis that helped make sense of it all.

  • by Clem Bastow
Your Weekly Horoscope for July 25 - August 1

Your Weekly Horoscope for July 25 - August 1

Free weekly horoscope for each star sign from renowned astrologer Hedy Damari. Forecasts for the week ahead in life, love and career.

  • by Hedy Damari
Reaping the rewards from a pandemic career pivot

Reaping the rewards from a pandemic career pivot

Being forced out of their jobs at the height of the pandemic last year turned out a blessing in disguise for some people.

  • by Lucy Manly
Your Daily Horoscope for Saturday, July 24

Your Daily Horoscope for Saturday, July 24

Free daily horoscope for each star sign from renowned Astrologer Hedy Damari. Forecasts for the day ahead in life, love and career.

  • by Hedy Damari
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‘Virtually no protection’: Why Australian homes are so cold

‘Virtually no protection’: Why Australian homes are so cold

Low building standards, various design features, and a warm-weather mentality work against us in winter.

  • by Sophie Miura
In quest of the beyond, where an old sled still lives

In quest of the beyond, where an old sled still lives

In this time of lockdowns and disappointment, the hopes of a beyond might best be pursued modestly, at that intersection where memories and imagination reside.

  • by Tony Wright
Why you should embrace the discomfort of being awful at something

Why you should embrace the discomfort of being awful at something

I recently took up two new activities. It’s nerve-racking, draining and frustrating. But, also, exhilarating.

  • by Susan Carland
Farmed salmon: ‘the fish finger of the 21st century’

Farmed salmon: ‘the fish finger of the 21st century’

In this episode, acclaimed author Richard Flanagan discusses the Tasmanian salmon industry with journalist Gabriella Coslovich.

Put down your books, kids. It’s time to study the ways of the weasel

Put down your books, kids. It’s time to study the ways of the weasel

Forget Socrates. Brad and his mates are on the rise.

  • by Anson Cameron