It’s so dry. For weeks many communities have been living with the reality and uncertainty of fires. The grass is crackling dry and smoke hangs heavily.
by Megan Graham
Photo by WELS.net on flickr.
This typical Australian outback landscape might be the last place people would expect to find a UCA school.
Photo above, taken on the steps of Ormond College, 1960: L to R. Back row: Janice Brown, Jean Shadforth, Olive Howell, Mary Moodie. Centre: Margaret Lochhead, Joan Burnup.
Moderator Isabel Thomas Dobson
The cross I wear around my neck every day has a twist in it, so that both the crosspiece and upright form the infinity symbol.
UC supporters highlighting Australia’s commitment to contribute 0.5% to halving poverty by 2015, through the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals.
People from different cultural backgrounds may have different comfort zones on ‘space’ – some like more distance, some like to get closer.
By Penny Mulvey
Growing up, the old nursery rhyme, ‘sticks and stones will break your bones but names will never hurt you’, was regularly repeated to me by my parents.
Philippa Foot, (left) and Emma Grigg (right) with Mutitjulu resident Elsie Mumu Aka Intjpartyi
While most Year 12 students celebrated the end of their school days at beach resorts
With more than 30 years’ experience in outdoor education and small business, Daniel Murray brings a wealth of practical knowledge to his new position as Uniting Church Camping’s (U
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