Latest memory News

Time to get flu shot
NSW Government hires more staff and launches 24 hour COVID-19 hotline
Brookfield Chapel welcomes organ donation
Lift cap to save more jobs
Western Sydney Memory Walk & Jog postponed
Physical activity aids pupil attention in class
Rapid, automatic identification of individual, live brain cells
Adelaide Memory Walk & Jog postponed
Australian War Memorial to broadcast Anzac Day ceremony to nation
Oracle Announces Java 14
New study reveals early evolution of cortex
Capacity and needs of people living with dementia a priority for aged and health care COVID-19 coronavirus
Underlying factors affect children’s early reading and math achievement
Sunday’s Hobart Memory Walk & Jog postponed
Economic response needs to be swift and significant
This Sunday’s Ballarat Memory Walk & Jog postponed
New residential aged care facility marks new era for Wamuran
Geelong Memory Walk & Jog 2020 is returning
Brain-doping produced by your own body
Next step for Walking Off War Within
Melbourne Memory Walk & Jog 2020 is returning
Impressive numbers take part in 2020 Mildura Memory Walk & Jog
Hearing aids may delay cognitive decline, research finds
Study reveals links between bee brains and human brains
Hawthorn residents invited to dementia education programs
Western Sydney Memory Walk & Jog 2020 is returning
Ita Buttrose to walk our Lake Wendouree as part of ongoing fight against dementia
Antibodies: body’s own antidepressants
National Day for War Animals commemorates our loyal mates
Impressive numbers take part in 2020 Canberra Memory Walk & Jog
Walking and talking for mental health
In memory of beautiful Bear, a Rottweiler who survived neglect and won so many hearts
Television news presenter Dan Bourchier gets set to MC Memory Walk & Jog 2020
Queanbeyan resident urges local community to support Canberra Memory Walk & Jog in 2020
Snoozing your way to top of class
Adelaide local urges community to show support for people with dementia as Memory Walk & Jog returns
Steph Catley and Alex Brosque announced as Leagues Fan Ambassadors
How brain’s immune system could be harnessed to improve memory
Hobart sisters urge community to support people with dementia as Memory Walk & Jog returns to city
Mildura family urges community to get active and support people living with dementia
Cavendish Rd State High takes centre stage
What do you remember about 2018 Gracemere fires?
Australian cricket raises $7.8 million for Bushfire Relief this summer
Learning through listening to Indigenous voices
Meet Observers – Sam
Want a more elastic brain? Try mixing up your workout
Panel examines Jewish rescuers during Holocaust
Aiia Maasarwe scholarship awarded