By Megan Graham
How often do we take time to appreciate our unique and wondrous ability to create something new? Do we value all the steps along the way – the first glimmer of an idea, the way it comes together in our mi
Eleven-year-old Jemima Taylor recently travelled to India with her mother, Uniting World’s Cath Taylor, and family. Amid the poverty and hardship, she found children who wanted to play and dance – just like her.
Protesters call for an end to violence against women in India
Violence, particularly sexual abuse, is perhaps one of the most common human rights abuses in the world that leads to the death of many women.
Preparing for Pancake Day in Launceston on February 12 are (from left): UnitingCare Tasmania Chief Executive Lindy O’Neill, David Miller (Trinity UC) and Shirley Blackman (Pilgrim UC)
Throughout the last decade Pancake
The prospect of dating in the over-40 age bracket leaves many weak at the knees. It’s a time when people can find themselves unexpectedly single after divorce or the death of a partner.
Possible Dreams International (PDI) is a Melbourne based not-for-profit organisation currently working with 32 remote communities in Swaziland – a country with the highest prevalence of HIV/AIDS in the world.
In Defence of Doubt: an invitation to adventure by Val Webb
Publisher: Mosaic Press
Review by Noel Preston
The quest for certainty is part of the human condition.
Glenys Bounday proudly shows off one of the new buses.
The Christmas and the early New Year period is traditionally a slow news period. Industries, sectors and organisations slow right down and close, people take holidays and generally relax.
Pic by Krissy Mayhew
New Year’s resolutions. Make them, break them or forsake them, chances are most will give some a certain amount of reflective time and attention to the year passed and the new one in.
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