Some people have always considered lifelong learning worthwhile and increasingly scientific research is now proving them correct.
Kerry-Anne Cousins Craft by Kerry-Anne Cousins. Craft ACT, Civic. On until 28 March.
Peter Spinks Aided by the seismic waves from earthquakes, scientists have reason to believe that deep within the Earth's inner core sits yet another even deeper innermost shell, containing iron crystals aligned in a different direction.
Clare Kermond and Timna Jacks Parents who think their drinking doesn't impact on their children are probably fooling themselves. According to experts, every family, regardless of social class, should take a long hard look at their drinking habits.
David Potts Falling interest rates are doing wonders for your super.
John Collett After the latest Fairfax Media revelations of dodgy advice at another major bank, investors must be wondering where they can get advice that they can trust.
Maureen Matthews Should the party go on when one partner is ill?
Daryl Dixon Retirees who don't own a home are penalised and those who do own a home discouraged from selling.
Amy McNeilage Just 12 months ago, bringing the internet into classrooms at Regents Park Christian School often proved a frustrating exercise.
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Hawkesbury Gazette - The month of January in pictures
A protest rally was held outside Hawkesbury Council last night over the death of fish, eels and reptiles ...
2015 Hawkesbury City Council Australian Citizenship Ceremony held at the Windsor Function Centre
Hawkesbury Australia Day Awards held at the Richmond Club, 26 January 2015.