By: Yvette Cherry
I’ve been watching a lot of television lately. Tired, I guess. Continue reading “Dear World / The Hunting”
Freedom. Everyone is obsessed with it. We hear it sung in the music we listen to, we see it featured in movies and marketers sell us the idea of freedom to get us to buy products.
Continue reading “You Have Been Set Free”
By: Susan Joy
This is the perfect mid-week family meal. Easy Chicken Curry is simple, tasty, quick to make and not overly spicy, making it suitable for your children (but of course you can increase the chilli powder to your own taste). You may like to add your favourite vegetables to the curry but I like to serve it as is, over cauliflower rice with steamed broccoli on the side.
By: Clare Bruce
Scientists are calling for immediate national action to save Australia’s beloved platypus from the risk of extinction.
Continue reading “The Platypus is Under Serious Threat, and Scientists are Calling for National Action”
By: Michael McQueen
In the existing world of power and politics, the story of David and Goliath has never really rung true.
Continue reading “3 Elements Of The Age Of Empowerment”
Australia is experiencing record low birth rates per couple but a record high number birth overall. Women are choosing to delay getting married and having children, prioritising education and career before starting a family.
Continue reading “Record Low Birth Rates and a Record High Life Expectancy”
Hernán knew about God as a teenager however, at the age of fifteen, he started smoking marijuana and later began to use cocaine.
Continue reading “God Uses My Past — Hernán’s Story”
By: Michael McQueen
If you had told the manual workers of the previous centuries that one day the average person’s ‘work’ would primarily be conducted from one little device we call a ‘laptop’, they would not have believed you – and they definitely would not have thought of it as ‘work’.
Continue reading “What Your Future Job Will Look Like”