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The Drop Off reveals terror and comedy of the schoolyard – through adult eyes

The Drop Off reveals terror and comedy of the schoolyard – through adult eyes

The web series offers a very recognisable, and very funny, look at a ritual known to every parent who has ever had a kid at school.

  • by Karl Quinn

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How to ditch friends. Hint, you don't have to be nice.
Friendship

How to ditch friends. Hint, you don't have to be nice.

There might be 50 ways to leave your lover but when ending a once-close friendship, you have three choices: drift away, suffer – or take the lethal option.

  • by Shelley Gare
The Narrabundah Boy and his Italian friend, 65 years on

The Narrabundah Boy and his Italian friend, 65 years on

"We've never had to force our friendship. It just is. It's who we are and it's genuine."

  • by Bree Element
These types of people need to stop killing conversation

These types of people need to stop killing conversation

Very few people know how to nurture a conversation. A lot of people, however, are adept at killing it.

  • by Penny Flanagan
Can you really maintain a friendship with your ex?
Divorce

Can you really maintain a friendship with your ex?

While it may seem impossible when your relationship breaks down, you can form lasting friendships with your ex.

  • by Evelyn Lewin
The rise of the side hustle has turned social circles into profit pools
Entrepreneur

The rise of the side hustle has turned social circles into profit pools

Network marketing, or multi-level marketing, involves buying into a product and then bringing people into your ‘network’. But not everyone wins.

  • by Thomas Mitchell
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The dinner party that changed my life forever
Sex & relationships

The dinner party that changed my life forever

Jacqueline Kent’s first encounter with renowned author Kenneth Cook left her underwhelmed, but their paths would cross again in unexpected ways.

  • by Jacqueline Kent
It's time we stop trying to classify others and just let them be
Opinion
Friendship

It's time we stop trying to classify others and just let them be

You may be right about me just don’t slot me into any boxes.

  • by Wendy Squires
There are ways to deal with the sting of unrequited friendship
Adairs Limited

There are ways to deal with the sting of unrequited friendship

Unrequited friendship can be extremely awkward, and surprisingly painful.

  • by Kerri Sackville
Men need meaningful friendships, not just mates
Opinion
Opinion

Men need meaningful friendships, not just mates

Men don’t simply need more mates or more talk. They need meaningful friendships and deeper bonds.

  • by Christopher Scanlon
Love thy neighbour? Just 4 per cent of Canberrans socialise in their street
Friendship

Love thy neighbour? Just 4 per cent of Canberrans socialise in their street

A new study has found the state of the ACT's intra-neighbour relations isn't looking too great.

  • by Serena Coady