The Good News
Turning on or reading the news, we’re regularly faced with sad and confronting stories. Whilst it’s important to know what’s happening in the world around us, we believe there’s space for uplifting stories of joy, hope and inspiration. We hope The Good News becomes part of your daily ritual when you are looking to include an extra moment of happiness in your life.
Lovers of stained glass church windows visiting England between now and August 23 have the opportunity to see Britain’s oldest examples for the first time at Canterbury Cathedral’s exhibition The Ancestors.
Sargy Mann at work in his studio.
Sometimes the technology our own brain and body produces can be as brilliant as anything developed by a team of Apple or Microsoft developers.
The National Museum Australia is seeking the public’s help to identify 650 people whose names are embroidered on a rare autograph quilt.
A simple act of kindness can go a long way.
Every year, Year 9 students from Billanook College take part in the City9 experience.
This is a beautiful film and through the gentle innocence of these five children we begin to understand how similar we are in our various faith traditions.
In the most difficult of circumstances, a sense of community can inspire hope and a feeling of normality.
Image: Barry Kough/Lewiston Tribune
Mathew Sitko’s SUV was hanging precariously over the edge of a canyon when a man rushed to his aid. The photo above shows the man pulling Mr Sitko to safety.
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