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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

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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 »

Find your lifestyle at St Vincent’s Care Services

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SPONSORED BY ST VINCENT’S CARE SERVICES ONE of Australia’s largest and most trusted Catholic aged care and retirement living organisations is forging ahead on its mission to care for Australia’s ageing population. St Vincent’s Care Services is answering the call for an increasing need for tailored care services and residential facilities for seniors, and has expanded its operations to care ... Read More »

Hospital annual charity day will boost next stage of growth, expansion of specialised care

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ST Vincent’s Private Hospital Brisbane is on the homestretch to host a spectacular fundraising event on Saturday, November 5 at Doomben Racecourse.  The hospital is raising funds for the next stage of its growth and expansion. Inspired by the increasing need for highly specialised care, St Vincent’s Brisbane is planning two new hospital wings that will offer an additional 21 ... Read More »

Euthanasia “will never be a free choice”: HOPE founder Paul Russell

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ON March 31, Australia’s Federal Health Minister Sussan Ley confirmed she did not support euthanasia. Ms Ley was speaking at an event in Brisbane organised by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia. A short report on News.com.au said: “I am the Health Minister and I do not support euthanasia,” Ms Ley told a CEDA event. “I, however, recognise that we should ... Read More »

Dying people deserve respect and care

AUSTRALIANS must look to “a genuinely compassionate response” rather than support the “lethal dose” of euthanasia, the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference urged Catholics today. The Bishops requested Australian Catholics be educated on euthanasia “and the dangers it poses to society” with a new pamphlet titled ‘Real care, love and compassion – the alternative to euthanasia’. Since 2014, the Australian Bishops ... Read More »

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