MARION Mahony Griffin was the less celebrated half of the husband-and-wife architectural team that won the job to design Canberra. February 14 marks the 150th anniversary of her birth and, on Page 18, BELINDA STRAHORN takes a closer look at her legacy.
THERE'S more to migraine than headaches. In fact, "migraine warrior" Victoria Williamson would argue it's not a headache. "It can be a stabbing pain behind the eyes, plus nausea, vomiting and light sensitivity." She tells her painful story on Page 5.
Boss of the Mint, Ross MacDiarmid, reckons covid has got people back using cash. “Having a certain amount of money in your pocket a week means once it's gone, it's gone; so people are using cash as a means of managing their finances,” he tells BELLE STRAHORN.
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