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It’s that time of year again: time to take a special shopping trip, pack a shoebox of Christmas gifts for a child in a developing nation, in preparation for Operation Christmas Child.   The famous event, held each year by the international aid organisation Samaritans Purse, aims to reach children in need with a gift that paves […]

Clearly, we just can’t enough of pooh. Winnie the Pooh that is. Not to be confused with last year’s Goodbye Christopher Robin and its origin story of our favourite bear, Christopher Robinis an imaginary tale about a boy who’s too grown up. Carrying the weight of family life and job stress, Christopher Robin is no longer the fun-loving friend of […]

Robert Coles, the eminent American psychiatrist, once wrote a book called The Call of Service. Collating his work over three decades with charity workers, civil rights campaigners and community volunteers, Coles explored the reasons why people serve others and what satisfactions they get from doing so. The satisfactions he found were as you’d expect—helping others brings […]

Are you tearing your hair out over your child’s Fortnite gaming habits? Is the all-consuming console game affecting your tween or teen’s mood and sleep? Taking over their social life and dragging them away from sports, homework and chores—not to mention the rest of the family? If that scenario sounds familiar, take heart. Adolescent and child psychologist […]

Some of our Riverland Life FM team attended the SA Community Broadcasters Conference last weekend. They got to network with some wonderful people, listen to great speakers and visit other stations to bring fresh ideas back to our station! www.sacba.org.au  

If Avengers: Infinity War had you gasping for air and longing for the comical days of Arnie as Mr Freeze, Ant-Man and the Wasp is the superhero flick for you. Taking itself much less seriously than others in the Marvel Universe, Ant-Man and the Wasp isn’t about saving the world so much as about saving friendships and putting family first. Watch: […]

By: Jari Smith Winter is here! The season of hot chocolate, knitted jumpers and chapped lips. Although many parts of Australia don’t get as chilly as others, some of us can’t handle even slightly cool temperatures without a hot water bottle at the ready. I love winter! Winter is the time to pull out your favourite […]

  By Laura Bennett If you haven’t seen Avengers: Infinity War don’t worry, I won’t spoil anything for you. What I will say though, the latest film from Marvel has some twists. It’s no surprise given it’s the 19th film in the last ten years, and they have to do something to keep us interested. But, […]

God Was There in My Darkest Days: Human Nature’s Andrew Tierney on ‘Finding Faith’ By: Laura Bennett If you didn’t have a Human Nature poster on your bedroom wall in the 90s, you probably knew a teenager who did. The singing, dancing foursome, who started out as four school mates in 1989, are now Australian pop […]

By: Bob Hoose Claire Dearing is different now. She’s had a change of heart. Whereas she used to be all about the business of managing the dinosaur theme park Jurassic World, she’s now much more invested in protecting the endangered creatures that once populated that mega-vacation attraction. All it took was watching the place be destroyed. […]


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