How demographic mega-trends are reshaping Australian communities.
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Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful (Colossians 4:2, NIV).
By: Clare Bruce
When the final episode of SeaChange aired on Australian TV screens on November 25, 2000, it left a large hole in the hearts of millions of doting fans.
Continue reading “Kerry Armstrong Insisted Heather Jelly’s Fashion Stay Frozen in Time, in New ‘SeaChange’”
By: David Maegraith
Like many others, this young boy in El Paso, Texas has been impacted by the horrific shootings in his city and others in the United States.
Continue reading “El Paso: I Wanted To Cry All The Time”
By: Sam Chan
Just in time for the USA summer holidays (and her pre-album Lover launch), we have Taylor Swift vs. Scooter Braun in the Pop Civil War of 2019.
Continue reading “Taylor Swift’s Pop Civil War Shows Why We Need a God”
Dear Dr Justin,
My 9-year-old son lashes out at his younger siblings when they bother him and often ends up hurting them. He feels terrible afterwards, but he can’t seem to get his anger or his reactions under control. What should I do?
By: Graham McDonald
For over two hundred years, the final resting place of the man ultimately responsible for the naming of ‘Australia’ was lost. Then in early 2019, his lead-plated coffin was discovered at the back of a train station in London.
Continue reading “The Man Who Named Australia – Matthew Flinders”
By: Susan Joy
These muesli bars are crunchy eaten straight from the fridge and a little bit chewy when left at room temperature. They have a hint of a sweet and salty flavour and the drizzle of dark chocolate on top makes them even more delicious. They are easy to make and are idea for when a healthy snack is needed on-the-go.
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The labour force participation gap between men and women is the lowest it has ever been new data from HILDA reveals. The participation rate of females in the last five years has increased from 69% in 2012 to 71%. Over the same period of time, men’s participation rate has declined slightly from 83% to 82%. Continue reading “Greater Female Labour Force Participation Than Ever Before”