22 document(s) in Age Groups.
Chirac's looking good, and there's no reason why you can't too
It was Wednesday of last week, as I was travelling from New York to Europe, from an America filled with confidence to Paris filled with Parisians, that the journey was brightened considerably by a fellow passenger in the next Air France seat.
Sydney Morning Herald 15/06/2013
Junk food 'surprise'
Adults are just as bad as children for being sucked in by junk food advertising, according to new research.
The Age 04/05/2013
Little reason to lower voting age: study
Lowering voting age to 16 will not increase political participation, a study shows. Australian National University political scientist Ian McAllister has found enfranchising Australia's 16 to 17-year-olds would not greatly increase political participation or fairness. Analysis showed voter turnout was lowest among the youngest - 71 per cent for those aged 18 to 20, and 68 per cent among those aged 21 to 23. Lowering the age would raise another question, Professor McAllister said: "Should ...
The Age 05/04/2013
Sick and tired of chasing dreams of finding a home
Frustrated, outraged and saddened: Generation Y is blaming baby boomers for their housing market woes.
The Age 05/04/2013
Banking on a lifetime's experience
Kevin Sheedy is about to enter his 29th season as an AFL coach but at 65 won't have it that he's too old. In his eyes, most of his rivals are too young.
The Age 30/03/2013
Gen Y ahead of the game when it comes to protection
Research into the types of insurance people hold has turned up the perhaps-surprising result that members of Generation Y may be more likely than their parents to have some form of life or income-protection cover.
The Age 27/03/2013
Boomers lead travel boom
AUSTRALIA'S 5.5 million baby boomers are travelling on short-term overseas and domestic trips more than any other age group.
Sydney Morning Herald 16/02/2013
Australia's 5.5 million baby boomers are travelling on short-term overseas and domestic trips more than any other age group.
The Age 16/02/2013
Why oh why, Gen Y, are you so nauseatingly conservative?
In the late '90s, when raving meant dancing and sun-dried tomatoes meant culinary sophistication, I joined a group at university called the Activist Left. It was the obvious choice for someone who had spent her high school years weeping over woodchips. I believed another world was possible but had no faith in parliamentary reform. Revolutionary overthrow sounded infinitely more exciting than gradual change.
Sydney Morning Herald 19/01/2013
Job losses, retraining snags blamed as those at peak claim allowances
PEOPLE in the prime of their working lives make up the largest share of those on unemployment benefits, a trend unions and social services groups say reflects greater insecurities at work.
Sydney Morning Herald 03/01/2013
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