The table salt that adds years to your life
Published 30 January 2023
Did you know that the iodine found in some table salts is the key to whole body health and might even extend your life expectancy?
NSW Election: political parties and unions on cashless gambling card
Published 27 January 2023
Gambling is a huge problem in NSW, so what are the major political parties going to do about it?
A safer way to share your data
Published 25 January 2023
With the world becoming more and more digital it's always important to know how to protect yourself. Here's a rundown of consumer data rights and how they can make your life easier and your personal data more secure.
Spaghetti is good for you!
Published 23 January 2023
Have you been avoiding spaghetti and other pasta because it's all just 'carbs'? Here's some good news, spaghetti isn't so bad after all!
CPSA’s asks for the Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee
Published 20 January 2023
As we approach the May federal Budget its time to let the Government know what needs to be included. For CPSA this year that means making sure the new Economic Inclusion Advisory Committee is working hard to improve your pension and give you bang for your buck.
Let us tell you how happy you will be in your nursing home: regulator
Published 18 January 2023
The new five-star nursing home rating system has come in for some stern criticism, but CPSA believes it should be given a chance ... to improve!
Here are your pension and related indexation dates for 2023
Published 16 January 2023
Wishing all our readers a happy 2023 and hoping indexation in the new year may be adequate. Here are the dates!
CPSA supports NSW pokies going cashless
Published 14 December 2022
In the run-up to the NSW Election in March next year, if re-elected, the NSW Government has vowed to introduce a cashless gaming card. CPSA supports this move.
Is power pain relief coming?
Published 14 December 2022
The Energy Price Relief Plan aims to offer exactly what it says on the tin. But what is the plan to make this happen and, more importantly, will it work?
Missing diabetes medications
Published 12 December 2022
Many people have been struggling to find their usual diabetes medication recently. Here's what can you do to stay healthy in the meantime.
Big changes for Buy Now, Pay Later
Published 9 December 2022
With the rise of Buy Now, Pay Later it's easier to get credit than ever before. But what's in place to make sure you aren't being taken advantage of?
Who can get antiviral treatments for COVID-19 when?
Published 7 December 2022
COVID-19 isn't going away anytime soon and it will continue to kill, particularly older people. Here's what to make sure you do everything possible to not fall victim to the dreaded COVID.
It’s here: a New Michelin Guide to Nursing Homes!
Published 5 December 2022
The current ratings system for nursing home performance is only two years old, but a new Michelin Guide to nursing homes has already replaced it. And it's better than the old one.
Australia behind the eight ball in cancer detection
Published 2 December 2022
Advances in cancer detection methodology are not being fully used in Australia, which because of its size and far-flung communities really needs to embrace these advances, says the University of New South Wales.
Fresh input on your pensions and payments
Published 30 November 2022
A new Economic Inclusion Advisory Panel has just been announced. What does this mean for your payments moving forward?
Will you still be able to get home care from 1 July 2024?
Published 28 November 2022
It's official. The new home care system will mean the end of the Commonwealth Home Support Program (CHSP) on which two-thirds of the 1.5 million people receiving aged care in Australia rely. CHSP providers will leave the industry in droves, to be replaced by .... who exactly? There doesn't seem to be a plan.
COVID rampages on but nobody cares anymore!
Published 25 November 2022
Denial is a wonderful way of feeling good about something bad, and perhaps that's why Australia seems to be pretending COVID-19 is no longer a threat or even an issue. The facts tell a different story.
Are bonds term deposits on steroids?
Published 23 November 2022
Understanding the best ways to invest your money can be hard but don't turn back to your regular term deposit until you've read this.
Can pharmacists fix the GP shortage?
Published 21 November 2022
The NSW Government has announced a new trial expanding the responsibilities of pharmacists to help you get quicker access to healthcare but beware, there may be more risks than it seems at first glance.
Do your super and affordable housing mix?
Published 18 November 2022
There's been lots of talk about recruiting superannuation funds to help tackle the housing crisis but is it really realistic? How will investing in social and affordable housing affect your savings in super?