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Professionals are risking it all by and pursuing artisanal roles, making chairs, shoes, pottery and gin in a nostalgic bid for simpler times.

The would-be artisans who ditch day jobs to chase a dream

Professionals are risking it all by and pursuing artisanal roles, making chairs, shoes, pottery and gin in a nostalgic bid for simpler times.

Ancient skull suggests complex brain evolution in primates | Daily Mail Online

Ancient skull suggests complex brain evolution in primates

Research on a fossil discovered high in the Andes mountains of Chile indicates brain enlargement occurred repeatedly over time but with occasional decreases in size.

How to prepare for Avengers: Endgame, Marvel's blockbuster finale

Who are the Avengers and what is Endgame all about?

22 movies in the making: everything you need to know to get ready for Avengers: Endgame.

'A dream come true': The surge in Australians heading to overseas unis

'A dream come true': The surge in Australians heading to overseas unis

China and the United States are the most popular destinations for Australian students wanting to study overseas

The star signs that work with each other best revealed - and those you should steer clear of  | Daily Mail Online

The zodiac signs that work with each other best revealed

Your star sign might be the reason you're not getting along with your boss. Australian astrologer Pia Lehmann looked at each of the twelve sun signs to decipher how they react as bosses with other signs.

Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) & kids | Raising Children Network

Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD): children 5-12 years

Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is more than bad behaviour. Children with ODD can’t cooperate and need professional help to manage their behaviour.

Tips for parents with kids struggling at school | Kidspot

Tips for parents with kids struggling at school | Kidspot

Ten Ways To Deal With A Stubborn Child

Ten Ways To Deal With A Stubborn Child

My home was broken into, now it resembles Fort Knox

My home was broken into, now it resembles Fort Knox

It was an ordinary weekday afternoon until a panicked phone call from my partner. Then we were delivered a few harsh life lessons.

Finding a room of one's own

Finding a room of one's own

There are almost a million single parents in Australia: how many of them have books or poems or music they could have written?

Instant gratification behind teen anxiety epidemic, but parents can help - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

'Everything is in the now': our teens' need for instant gratification starts with our busyness

Interviewing 200 14-year-old girls, many issues race to the fore. One of those is the link between instant gratification and the epidemic of teen anxiety, writes Madonna King.

Chef Michael Ryan's guide to eating and drinking in Taipei

Chef Michael Ryan's guide to eating and drinking in Taipei

The highs and lows of taking a career break, as told by you - ABC Life

The highs and lows of taking a career break, as told by you - ABC Life

From rediscovering themselves in a foreign country, to feeling alone while their mates are at work, readers aged 25 to 60 share what it's like to take an adult gap year — and their advice for those thinking about it.

'I really feel I mucked it up': When dads and daughters disconnect

'I really feel I mucked it up': When dads and daughters disconnect

The father-daughter bond has long been recognised as special. That is, until she hits puberty – at which point it often fractures.

World Cup 2018: Your guide to watching the Socceroos play in Russia - FIFA World Cup - Russia 2018 - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
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Set your alarms: this is when the Socceroos are playing in Russia

Everything you need to know about how to tune in and watch Australia play.