Ipswich Seniors

Were we really better off years ago?

Were we really better off years ago?

AS I write this column, thunder is rattling the windows, rain is pelting down, a severe storm predicted for yesterday, arrived this afternoon.

Queensland’s age-friendly future

Queensland’s age-friendly future

Seniors Minister Craig Crawford is asking seniors to contribute to a statewide survey that will assist to form a new Age Friendly Strategy due for release later this year.

Protecting retirement savings

Protecting retirement savings

INDUSTRY Super Australia supports the government’s move to legislate an objective of super that enshrines preservation into the wording.

Let people work

Let people work

Job vacancies are approaching half a million, dragging business and economic growth down and fuelling a cost-of-living crisis.

The Pump-up Tyre Scooter

The Pump-up Tyre Scooter

ANYONE who comes from a large family learns from a young age that presents don’t just fall from the sky, even at Christmas.

Seniors line up for 2023

Seniors line up for 2023

U3A Ipswich and West Moreton is now accepting new membership applications from seniors and retirees who are invited to attend the annual Open Day on Tuesday, January 17.

Mater Research award shines spotlight on Ipswich women’s health

Mater Research award shines spotlight on Ipswich women’s health

IN a sign of Mater’s commitment to providing the best healthcare to the people of Ipswich, Mater Health Economist, Dr Elizabeth Martin has been awarded special funding to identify when women should get extra help to recover from gynaecological surgery.

Volunteers are vital cogs in the Meals on Wheels machine

Volunteers are vital cogs in the Meals on Wheels machine

MEALS on Wheels ability to connect and feed so many district residents require a massive co-ordination effort by its small administration staff.

Depression Among The Elderly

Depression Among The Elderly

Many people – especially those who are elderly and homebound – can experience a bit of an emotional downturn.

Keep Dementia Top Of The Agenda

Keep Dementia Top Of The Agenda

Dementia Australia is calling on all political parties and candidates to declare commitments to the delivery of quality dementia care.