Cotton picking persistence

A child picking cotton                                   It is highly unlikely that anyone who lives in the Central Asian country of Uz

Tax me if you can

Images courtesy of Plan International USA via flickr                                   The practice of trying to avoid the tax man stre

Young parents’ efforts rewarded

Trainer Katrina Sherriff presents young mum Kiri Emmerton with her certificate Almost 20 young Bridgewater and Gagebrook parents were recognised last month with certificates following the completion of accredited trainin

FX faith

Ben Edson Churches can get stuck in doing things ‘the old way’ simply because that’s how it’s always been done.

Recognising our First Peoples

Professor George Williams A leading constitutional expert has called for a national convention to be used as a key driver of community engagement on the question of constitutional recognition for Aboriginal people.

A united journey

By Penny Mulvey On 17 March, Uniting Church members from across the nation will begin a week of prayer and fasting for justice for our First Peoples.

Letters March 2014

Bullying is an issue that is unfortunately all too common both in the workplace and in the community.

Shock the middle class

Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan Le Week-End (M) Review by Emmet O’Cuana Le Week-End opens with an anxiously bickering couple travelling to Paris via the Channel Tunnel.

Passion for justice

Rally for refugees                                     Palm (or Passion) Sunday is the first day in what is known as ‘Holy Week’,