While some may baulk at the cost of seafood, few realise the price paid by some of the poorest and most vulnerable people in the world.
As Australians battle multiple natural disasters throughout the nation, Frontier Services staff are doing what they can to stand beside people and lend a hand.
‘Baghdad Christ’ by Wes Campbell was painted at the time of the attack on that city with ‘shock and awe’.
By Bethany Broadstock
“‘Beloved,’ said the Glorious One, ‘unless your desire had been for me you would not have sought so long and so truly. For all find what they truly seek.
Rona Russell is a Samoan member of the Frankston Uniting Church. She maintains close contact with Samoa. In September 2009, a tsunami devastated the southwest coast of Upolu.
Review by Penny Mulvey
The latest offering from the Melbourne Theatre Company, Constellations is a riveting attempt to create a visual representation of the controversial string theory of quantum physics.
Vivian with her mother
Congratulations to Vivian Dawood, from Lentara UnitingCare who recently received the 2012 Youth Volunteer of the Year award for the electorate of Caldwell.
Anita with husband Bruce (left) and Rev Renton
A presentation of flowers was made to Anita Toz
By Nigel Tapp
The simple light brown brick house overlooks the Port of Bell Bay, in Tasmania’s north.
Pam is congratulated by Prime Minister Julia Gillard
Pam Adams, a volunteer with UnitingCare Wodonga, Albury Wodonga Foodshare and the Red Cross Telecross service is pictured with the Prime Minister, The Hon.
For Rev Dr Wes Campbell painting is an integral part of his identity as a preacher. His self-portrait, The Preacher of the Cross, shows the painter/preacher at work.
Former Dutch MP Geert Wilders’ recent visit to Australia has once again stirred up the ugly face of xenophobia amongst certain elements of the Australian population driven by a near hysterical fear of what they term the
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