Deep thinking

Nick Mattiske review Wild Sea: A History of the Southern Ocean by Joy McCann.

And God saw it was good…

REV ELIZABETH RAINE At the very beginning of our Scripture, we find God creating a world that is “very good”. It is clear from the first chapter of Genesis that God created a world for humans, plants and animals alike.

Going full circle

UCA Funds Management is backing investments that encourage the maximum use and re-use of resources as Australia faces a potential crisis in recycling on World Environment Day.

Food for thought

Nick Mattiske reviews Call of the Reed Warbler by Charles Massy.

Lobbyist sit-in secures meeting with minister

Environment Minister Josh Frydenberg has agreed to meet with faith leaders opposing the Carmichael coal mine after a six-hour sit-in protest of prayer and worship was staged on Tuesday at his office building in east Melb

Students are MAD keen and green

More than 600 students rolled up their sleeves this week as part of Cornish College’s Make A Difference Week activities.

Down-to-earth advice

REVIEW BY CATH JAMES BOOK | COMING BACK TO EARTH | JONATHAN CORNFORD It is rare to find a book that challenges the reader to confront ethical decisions about how to live and engage in social change while recognising ther

Little green thumbs

Scots Early Learning Centre attendee Lewis helps out as part of National Tree Day The youngsters at Scots Early Learning Centre in Hobart put their green thumbs to the test as part of National Tree Day and Schools Tree D

Hello possums

DEB BENNETT A lot of media coverage last week was devoted to the subject of home invasions by a gang of car thieves.