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Erotic fiction, good or bad?

There has been a startling increase in sales of erotic fiction online. Sex therapist Jacqueline Hellyer explains the benefits of reading these novels for keeping the flame alive in relationships.

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Creativity: Part 1

We tend to stop thinking creatively when we finish school. But, as businesses expect us to become more and more creative, how do we unlock this part of our brain? Dr Leigh Hodder explains.

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Activate your brain

Dr G is an international thought leader. She shares with us what she does and why access to more information has inadvertently helped us to activate dormant parts of our brain that could even help to ward off degenerative diseases.

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Trevi fountain gets fashionable Fendi facelift

One of the world’s most recognisable fountains will be getting a face-lift courtesy of fashion designer Karl Lagerfield.

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Ban on Kiwi kitties causes uproar in New Zealand

Cat-lovers in New Zealand are up in arms over one man’s campaign to keep furry felines out of sight – and eventually out of mind – by eradicating them from the country for good.

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Raf Simons for Dior SS2013

Belgian designer Raf Simons presented a garden party themed couture show in Tuileries for the House of Dior.

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Obama sworn in for second term in White House ceremony

As Barack Obama prepares for his second presidential inauguration, we take a look at the history of a ceremony steeped in pageantry.

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Tapping into our brains

Marvin Oka is a world renowned leader in behavioural technology. He joins us to discuss his latest research and gives his tips for how to tap into our different brains.

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Hello Fresh

Former Masterchef contestant Tom Rutledge is helping Australians make fresh and healthy meals every night of the week with his new business Hello Fresh.

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Taste of Burgundy

Chef, author and restaurateur Annie Smithers takes part in gourmet food tours around the world. The work will take her to the vineyards of Burgundy to sample some of the regional produce and cook with it.

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Feng Shui Your Home for the New Year

Feng Shi practitioner and Chinese astrologer Mariko Fisher talks to us about what to expect in 2013: year of the snake.

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International Day of People with a Disability

December 3, 2012 marks the 20th anniversary of International Day of People with Disability which aims to promote an understanding of people with disability and encourage support for their dignity, rights and well-being.

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Australia’s National Wine Show

Australia’s National Wine Show begins this month, under the watchful eyes of a new chair of judges, Stephen Pannell. He joins us to talk about his new role and what visitors to the show can expect.

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Speak active

Nanette Murtie is a psychologist with the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES). She explains why walking may be the most convenient mode of activity that we ought to promote in the fight against obesity.

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The future of furniture

Designer Dan Gillingham understands furniture. He talks to us about what motivates furniture trends and the important role sustainability will have to the future of furniture design.

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Making sense of stripes

It used to be an unspoken fashion rule that stripes are best going down and down not round and round. But a recent UK study has challenged this notion. Fashion editor Carolyn Enting helps us finally get to the bottom of this ongoing style debate.

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GALLERY: Royal Pacific tour

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The gift of sound

Four in every 1000 children are born profoundly deaf. The Sound World is giving the gift of sound to deaf children worldwide. We speak to the organisation’s founder Rosa Alpert about the initiative and it’s official ambassador, designer, Akira Isogawa.

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Felix Baumgartner jumps from balloon hovering 24 miles above Earth

Austrian daredevil Felix Baumgartner leapt into the stratosphere from a balloon 24 miles above Earth, at speeds topping 700 miles per hour. Making him the first skydiver to break the speed of sound.

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Making time for family

We’re all constantly struggling to find a good work and family-life balance. Gary Adair, Director of Families at Living Social, recommends some activities you can plan with your kids that everyone can enjoy and wont break the budget.

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Four of the best crème brûlées from around the world

MiNDFOOD takes this classic French dessert international with these multicultural variations. Perfect for your weekend entertaining.

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Four of the best rice dishes

Food Director Michelle McHugh shares four of the best rice dishes from around the world. From Japan to Indonesia, these recipes are both quick and delicious.

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Free the children

Free The Children began as a group of 12 year old’s dreaming of saving the world and now provides education to 55,000 children everyday.

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The psychology of alcoholism

Forty per cent of society drink at dangerous levels, psychologist Erika Leonard addresses the problems associated with treating alcoholism and the new treatments available.

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