By: Stephen O’Doherty | Open House
The Parliament has enacted special legislation to govern campaigns for the Same Sex Marriage Postal Survey.
In keeping with the survey itself the rules for the campaign are also contentious. Continue reading “Rules of Engagement for the SSM Survey”
By: Freedom for Faith
“In Australia you’re going to have to be absolutely aware that your laws have to be crystal clear to protect freedom of conscience and diversity,” Professor Iain Benson says. Continue reading “We Don’t Have to Speculate: Warnings from Canada”
By: Kaye Hollings
What is the shape of your soul? You’ve probably never thought about it.
Of course, you’ve heard about how important it is to keep physically in shape, get enough sleep, interact with others, and stimulate your brain by learning new things. They’re all vital to good health.
Continue reading “5 Tips: Developing the Shape of your Soul”
By: Rodney Olsen.
Did you wake up today feeling like you’re missing out on something? Are you tempted to book your place in the queue for the revolutionary iPhone X? Continue reading “iPhone X: The New Temptation”
Dads, help is finally here. DadsUNI is a free website dedicated to training and equipping dads.
Continue reading “DadsUNI: Helping Dads become Great Dads”
By: Stephen O’Doherty | Open House.
Soft drink behemoth Coke-a-Cola got a huge shock when Woolworths declared they would not stock yet another variation of the iconic beverage.
Continue reading “Millennial Consumers: Why Coke Has So Many Variants”
Real Romance Tips for your Relationship
We see a lot of TV programs and movies these days that show the start of romantic relationships. But not many of those are about keeping the romance alive once it has begun. Continue reading “How to Keep the Romance Alive”
Author: Rachel Doherty | Tweens2Teen.
The first sign of a mental health issue in teenagers is often a drop in grades. Here’s what parents can do when it’s time to make a choice.
Continue reading “When Grades Come at the Cost of Mental Health”
Author: Stephen O’Doherty | Open House.
Can you trust what you see? Sometimes our eyes play tricks on us — or at least that’s what it seems.
What is actually happening when we are caught out by optical illusions gives a real insight (sorry) into how our brain works.
Continue reading “Optical Illusions: Why They Work”
Most little girls grow up dreaming of being a mum, but probably none dream of becoming a stepmum.
Continue reading “Hope and Encouragement for the Stepmum”