News and Articles

Heartland Seniors Finance Special Offer - Valuation & Establishment Fees

By Heartland Staff Writer

13 November 2015

We are very pleased to announce that, until 31st January 2016, we are offering a reduction in fees for all new loan applicants.

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Finances

Managing Difficult Financial Times.

By Heartland Staff Writer

08 September 2015

There is increasing pressure to manage the costs of day to day living expenses, particularly for those on a fixed income. If you are experiencing financial difficulties during these troubled times there are options available to assist you.

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Aged Care

Aged Care made Easy

By Heartland Staff Writer

10 July 2015

How you can get the care you need, and keep your home

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Cooking

Butternut Pumpkin Soup with Cheesy Croutons

By Heartland Staff Writer

08 July 2015

This warm and comforting soup will be perfect this winter!

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Volunteering

Making a difference for both parties

By Heartland Staff Writer

01 July 2015

Why volunteering is a two-way street.

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Heartland Seniors Finance

Australian Seniors Finance is now Heartland Seniors Finance

By Heartland Staff Writer

26 June 2015

I am very pleased to advise that Australian Seniors Finance has a new name – Heartland Seniors Finance.

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Grandparents

The Grandparent Connection

By Heartland Staff Writer

15 December 2014

It’s no secret that grandparents play a vital role in their grandchildren’s lives. Highly regarded anthropologist Margaret Mead proposed that connections between the generations are “essential for the mental health and stability of a nation”

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Motoring

Driving questions

By Heartland Staff Writer

15 December 2014

It’s common practice to associate a certain type of car with a certain type of person, but what really drives people to choose one vehicle over another?

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Cooking

Cheesy caramelised red onion scrolls

By RMIT University

15 December 2014

These scrolls are made with a nice, simple dough that doesn’t need yeast, so they can be whipped up quickly when you need a tasty snack to feed the troops. If you don’t have time to make your own jammy onion, you can always get nice onion jam or relish from the supermarket. These are best served warm with a little extra melted butter or olive oil brushed on top.

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