Kate Ceberano

April - May 2017

In this issue

Our cover story about singer Kate Ceberano shows that her love of life and willingness to take risks remains undiminished despite turning 50. 

Tasmanian wildlife hero Bruce Englefield has helped save a species, and in the process, proves that you’re never too old to take on new challenges. 

Former ABC broadcaster Ian Henschke has also changed career direction, joining National Seniors as its new Chief Advocate. Ian discusses the issues that he’s passionate about and the importance of a lobby group for over 50s. Another recruit to National Seniors, Research Director Professor John McCallum, discusses the factors that influence loneliness among older Australians and the impacts it can have.

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