Working from home; Should you adopt a dog?

Unless you’ve been lucky enough to win a US Powerball jackpot, most of us need to work. With a huge chunk of the work force working in isolation from the comfort of home, the Covid-19 crisis seem...

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Eight best sofa trends to follow

The key feature you must consider while buying the sofa is that it should bring comfort as well as style to your home. You should invest wisely, else it could appear as a valueless investment, but a...

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REASONS TO LOVE BOWLING FOR THE PERFECT ENTERTAINMENT

During the 1950s, bowling was among the most famous games. Still, this amazing game is ruling the hearts of people. It is the best option during summers because you don't need to go outside. However...

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DIFFERENT TYPES OF FANCY LIGHTS YOU CAN USE IN YOUR HOME

Home improvement ideas are hard to define. They vary from person to person, and every idea sounds like the best. What did you think of changing during your home renovation? There must have been seve...

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THINGS TO CONSIDER WHILE DESIGNING YOUR POOL AREA

In summers, everyone looks for a spot to laze around to save themselves from the hot summer heatwave. If you like to work out and relax your body, then having a swimming pool in the house or backyar...

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Yes, we're flattening the coronavirus curve but modelling needs to inform how we start easing restrictions

ShutterstockAustralia is on track to flatten the curve of coronavirus cases, which will allow our health system to cope with increasing demand for intensive care unit (ICU) beds, recently released mod...

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Courts are moving to video during coronavirus, but research shows it's hard to get a fair trial remotely

Erin Nealey/FlickrIn the past, the courts were ideal breeding grounds for spreading disease. In what became known as the “Black Assize”, a deadly fever that swept through prisons and court...

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Now we're in lockdown, how can we get out? 4 scenarios to prevent a second wave

shutterstock/The ConversationAustralia is effectively in lockdown. Public gatherings of more than two people are banned and people are only permitted to leave home for a limited set of reasons. The re...

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Indonesia was in denial over coronavirus. Now it may be facing a looming disaster

HOTLI SIMANJUNTAK/EPAAlmost no one thinks Indonesia is handling the COVID-19 pandemic well.Until early March, the government claimed it had no cases of infection, something the eccentric health minist...

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Sick and Tired of Your Dead End Job? Try Teaching!

Tired of the same old grind at the office? Want an opportunity to impact lives both in your community and around the world? Do you love to travel and have new experiences? Teaching English is the perfect job for you! All you need is a willingness to ...

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The Impact of an Aging Population in Australia

There’s an issue on the horizon that Australia needs to prepare for. The portion of elderly citizens that make up the country’s overall population is increasing, and we might not have the infrastructure in place to support this. Australians h...

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