Just outside the city of Salisbury are the ruins of a town called Old Sarum, which had a cathedral and bish
Anyone who has ever spent time in an institution – be it a hospital, military training college, boarding school or an aged care facility – knows that meal times can be very regimented.
Prime Minister Tony Abbott recently announced that the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) will be absorbed into the Department for Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
Ian Brain (pictured) has joined Uniting Housing as its chief executive officer. Mr Brain will be based at the synod offices in Little Collins St, but his task is synod-wide.
More than one hundred people attended the installation of Rev Alistair Macrae (pictured)at Melbourne’s Wesley Church in Lonsdale Street last month.
Rev Arnie Wierenga, minister at St Margaret’s Mooroolbark has laced up the running shoes again as he trains to compete in the Melbourne Half Marathon this month.
Alys Gagnon joined the Justice and International Mission (JIM) unit last month as a social justice officer (replacing Antony McMullen). Ms Gagnon has recently moved to Melbourne after working in politics in Canberra.
by Nigel Tapp
Uniting AgeWell is now able to offer Tasmanian Meals on Wheels recipients a more enjoyable dining experience thanks to an $80,000 grant from the Tasmanian Community Fund.
Given that I’m in the habit of getting up before 5 am most weekdays, it won’t surprise you to learn that I’m not a big fan of daylight saving.
Workers in a Thai pineapple canning factory have had their working conditions improved after the Commission for Mission (CFM) funded an investigation into their experiences.
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