CEO of the Older Persons Advocacy Network, Craig Gear OAM, (pictured) helps us understand the ins and outs of Home Care – how it’s accessed, who’s responsible and who pays for what. And, he tells us where to get the right information, and help when the system fails to deliver.

Queen of the Dim Sim, Elizabeth Chong AM  joins us on Nostalgia Town and gives us a delicious glimpse into how she pioneered and cultivated our love of Chinese food. Chong forever changed the kitchens of a nation with some 35,000 students passing through her cooking schools to transform our once-conservative palates.

In Money Extra, Marc Bineham discusses the complex psychology of money and urges us to make use of the many avenues available for financial well-being and enlightenment.

We head to Keppel Bay in Central Queensland for this episode’s Steppin’ Out. There we meet the convivial Robyn Campbell, a local artist and radio jock at Keppel FM 91.3 Robyn paints a picture of life on the glorious Capricorn Coast.




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