Exceptionalism

Current American sentiment, indeed that of most of the world, is firmly against war and foreign intervention.

April coming events

Hobbies, crafts and collections day Saturday 12 April 10.00 am Inverloch Uniting Church. Display of collected items and sale of craft works. Cost: $7, including tea/coffee and cake.

Fire in the Valley

The Hazelwood Mine fire, taken on the first night (9 Feb) that the fire entered the open-cut coal mine. This was the same fire that forced Newborough residents to evacuate, before the wind change.

UNITINGCARE Pancake Day welcomes Poh Ling Yeow (Poh’s Kitchen) as one of the new ambassadors for 2014. Now in its 12th year, Pancake Day has raised more than $1.6 million dollars for vital UnitingCare services.

Stacks of fun for a serious cause

Pancakes have never been so good, in every sense. Students Charlotte Flavell, Kiera Marks and Haley Moss (pictured) enjoyed a sweet treat on Pancake Day last year at Leopold Primary School.

Australia’s filthy little secret

“Drunken night ends with woman stabbed in the heart” “Luke Batty death challenges us to address violence” “Husband charged over wife’s murder in Bankstown” “Teenage girl gang-raped by six men in Sydney park” These are ju

No action on foreign bribes

                                  In 2013, Uniting Church members sent postcards and wrote letters to the Labor Government Attorney Ge

Hope for the future in the past

Hope for Justice & Reconciliation by Howard Wallace and John Bottomley,  United Academic Press, Melbourne, 2012 Review by Rev Richard Arnold In this thought-provoking book, the authors reflect on a turbulent period

Making dreams come true

Johan Hoogduyn (pilot) with Reg Evison                                   For almost half a century, Uniting AgeWell resident Reg Evison