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Double celebration for Adelaide centenarian Jess

Jess Stapledon celebrates her 100th birthday and the arrival of her first great-great-grandchild in the space of a few days.

A busy retirement

As seen in Ageless: Drayton Villas resident Ellen Paulin works harder than many people a third of her age.

A humble hero

As seen in Ageless: She’ll never admit it, but Moira Shannon’s contribution to her local community is astonishing.

New ways of caring

As seen in Ageless: When once-easy tasks start to get more difficult, family members are often the first to offer support.

Spirit of service

As seen in Ageless: Australian women’s contributions during World War II paved the way for future generations.

Transforming communities

As seen in Ageless: If anyone deserves to be called a trailblazer, it’s Cleveland Manor resident Kath McNeilly.

Generations of giving

As seen in Ageless: Volunteering makes our communities stronger and contributes to our social good.

"Sacred and social" Anzac Day planned for Tea Tree Gardens

Tea Tree Gardens Retirement Village’s Anzac commemoration will serve a dual purpose, according to resident and army veteran, Doug Burnside.

Adventurous spirit

As seen in Ageless: When Margaret Bath was told she’d never walk again, she didn’t take much notice.

Honouring wartime service: George Bond

As seen in Ageless: In 1943, George Bond signed up to defend his country like so many young men and women of his age.

Connecting across generations at The Laurels

The Laurels has seen a coming-together of generations with visits from Cornerstone College students.

Toy stories at Murray Gardens

A fun time was had by all when pupils of Lavington East Primary School visited residents at Murray Gardens for a story-telling session last week.