Letters to the editor from the October 2018 Crosslight.
Crosslight will go a long way to find new readers, even 2336km.
Portarlington St Andrew’s Uniting Church is calling on the combined power of music and visual art to educate people about climate change.
Alan Ray reviews 'To be a Pilgrim: a reflective guide to the Holy Land' by Bradly Billings.
Victoria is the first state in Australia to legalise voluntary assisted dying, with the law coming into effect in June next year.
The popularity of Australia’s longest continuously published cookbook demonstrates the basics of good home cookery never go out of fashion.
Nobucks serves all-comers in Hobart with a three-course lunch Mondays to Thursdays and hosts barbecues on Fridays
Nick Mattiske reviews 'Rattling Spears: A History of Indigenous Australian Art' by Ian McLean.
Representatives from Christian, Jewish, Sikh, Baha’i, Muslim and Buddhist communities prayed for rural communities impacted by the drought
A delegation of ecumenical women leaders in Canberra have spoken out in support of female political representation and leadership while also urging MPs to increase foreign aid and end the offshore detention of children.
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