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Euthanasia debate to take place in Queensland after vote on abortion bill

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QUEENSLAND Labor has signalled a parliamentary push to legalise abortion will be followed with an inquiry into end-of-life issues, including euthanasia. With debate on the State Government’s abortion bill expected next month, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk revealed to the state Labor conference plans for an inquiry to consider all aspects of end-of-life care, including voluntary assisted dying. “Following the vote on ... Read More »

90-year-old Graham Joyner a true ‘Catholic gentleman’

Graham Joyner

GRAHAM Joyner has always been fascinated by the past. As a child he used to wonder about the ornaments around the family house, but as he said, the children were told to play outside. These days, Mr Joyner pursues his family’s history through letters, ledgers and portraits with a passion for uncovering lost ancestors and their life stories. It would ... Read More »

BallyCara CEO Marcus Riley tells UN to stop elderly discrimination

Marcus Riley addressing the UN

  BRISBANE’S Marcus Riley told a United Nation’s forum in New York that access to quality long term care and palliative care were crucial to the global ageing society, and urged the elimination of elderly discrimination and neglect. Mr Riley, chief executive officer of BallyCara that provides retirement living, residential aged care and community care in south-east Queensland, is also ... Read More »

Politicians urged to find better ways to care for sick and aged and say no to euthanasia

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PRO-life advocates are preparing to challenge a “cheap” and “dirty-joke” campaign to legalise euthanasia in Queensland and Western Australia, similar to the campaign in Victoria which last year led to the passing of an assisted-dying law. “What we witnessed in Victoria, and no doubt we will witness in the other jurisdictions too, is a cheapened form of ethical discussion in ... Read More »

Living with a touch of Viva La Vida

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SPONSORED BY SOUTHERN CROSS CARE WORK continues to rapidly progress on the exciting new community that is “ParqueVista on Seville”.  ParqueVista continues to progress high above the treetops at Holland Park and will offer Viva La Vida. This exciting new development now under construction is on track for completion by May 2017.   Five levels of brilliant apartment living are ... Read More »

How I convinced my father to have his own funeral

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SPONSORED BY NUDGEE CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM WHEN considering the type of funeral for yourself or a loved one it is important to understand the purpose of a funeral.   Some will express a wish for a Church service with a procession to the cemetery or crematorium, perhaps a Church service with no attendance at the Cemetery or Crematorium, or either ... Read More »

Could this be Kedron’s best kept secret for over-65s?

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SPONSORED BY DELAMORE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY WARM smiles and good friends are what makes Delamore special; that and an ideal location in the heart of Brisbane’s northern suburbs. Set in the beautiful grounds of Delamore House in Kedron, it is a boutique retirement community for the over-65s.  “The gracious community centre, located in Delamore House, is the hub for meeting, dining, ... Read More »

Don’t feel like cooking? Try a little Tender Loving Cuisine

Tender Loving Cusine

SPONSORED BY TENDER LOVING CUISINE IN a world where the production and distribution of healthy food is becoming challenging, Tender Loving Cuisine has excelled as a popular and respected food delivery services along the east coast of Australia. Tender Loving Cuisine’s “road to success”, a spokesperson said was the fact “small, proud and successful businesses are the backbone of our ... Read More »

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