In the HILDA survey, only 24% of people aged 15-24 answered these five questions correctly, compared with 55% for those aged 55-64.
In The Light Of The Brightest Moon
Spring is now here, but in Asia people are about to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival, or Harvest Moon, on the 15th day of the 8th month of the Asian calendar. In 2018 this takes place on Saturday 22 September.See More: Features
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Royal Melbourne Show: Melbourne Showgrounds, Ascot Vale, Friday 22 Sep to Tuesday 2 Oct, 9.30am-9pm. The top family event in Melbourne every year. Stock and agriculture displays, wood-chopping, Monster Trucks, rides, showbags and all the classic features...
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In October over 60 students from nine Victorian schools will travel to China, the state’s biggest trading partner, for a six-week immersion experience.
- Family Day Planned For Rail Space
- A Day To Remember And Celebrate Citizenship
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- Underground Rail To Link Suburbs
- New Centre Will Fight For Migrant Workers
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- Our Students Score Highest In NAPLAN
- Pharmacies To Offer Vaccine Protection
- Call For Respect In Immigration Debate
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- Trade Mission Helps TAFEs Into Asian Market
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- More Nurses And Midwives On Call
- Melbourne Highly Vulnerable To Killer Heatwaves
- Government Takes Action On Prostate Cancer
- Cut Power Bills With Solar Hot Water
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- Fascinating Tour Of Your Own Body
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Counting The Costs Of Car Buying
Whether for work or study, a car saves us time in the long run. To save money, the first choice is often a used car. However, a common mistake is to look for the best deal when buying the car, but not to think of the expenses that come later.
Why You Think You Have Nothing To Wear
Have you ever stood in front of your wardrobe and been unable to find something to wear?
Bad Sleep Can Lead To Gut Trouble
If you have trouble sleeping, or your sleep pattern is disrupted, you may have more to worry about than headaches or tiredness in the daytime.
Victoria Committed To Wind Farm Power
The Victorian Government has put its weight behind wind power and a strong “renewables future” for the state, legislating renewable energy generation targets of 25% by 2020 and 40% by 2025. These targets will see an estimated $9 billion of investment and around 11,000 construction jobs created over the period of the scheme.
Time To Prepare For The Summer Heat
As the saying goes, dont wait until youre thirsty before you dig a well. In the same way, think about how to heatproof your home before the summer arrives.
Five Questions That Will Save You Money
Sometimes knowing the right questions to ask is all you need to do to improve things in your life.
Western Horoscope Fortnight Beginning 12 September
Pisces (19/2-20/3): Be alert for a lucky break or a hopeful new opportunity. You can improve your situation. Rely on advice to clear up any past problems which still have the power block future progress. Best days: 14/9, 23/9.
Asian Horoscope Fortnight Beginning 12 September
Pig: Keeping some things to yourself runs the risk of others becoming suspicious of you. Choose the right time to speak, and the right people to talk to. This will strengthen the real friendships, and can also repair the ones that are broken.