When it comes to finding someone to love, why are we hiding behind our machines? And is this cowardly, or clever? Have we evolved, or devolved, socially speaking?
People become emotionally intimate and develop trust much faster through thumb-based communication than when meeting people face to face.
Australian Idol winner Casey Donovan reveals she spent six years loving a man who turned out to be a hoax, in her new biography 'Big, Beautiful and Sexy'.
How to keep your mouth shut and play nice while your friend works out she’s shacked up with a total drip.
Most people don't understand the concept of bisexuality, and the assumption is often made that “you are either, gay, straight, or lying”.
Think chocolates and flowers will be the focus of this Valentine’s Day? It’s more likely to be money over making out that gets committed couples worked up on the day dedicated to love.
WHETHER you've got your special someone or not, Valentine's Day brings about mixed emotions of all kinds.
A new study suggests that couples who watch romcoms together are better at relationships and less likely to get divorced.
Matchmaking has become a big business.
National and international music stars entertain the Breath of Life 2014 crowds.
About 10,000 people partied the day and night away at Breath of Life 2014.
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Step inside the mystery that is Launceston's Chalmers Church, soon to be given a makeover by Walker Designs.