Look Up at Our Night Skies in 2023

From a total solar eclipse to the Eta Aquarids meteor shower, there are plenty of cosmic marvels lighting up the 2023 night sky.

Report Reveals Christians Are Facing Growing Persecution

In its 30th year of publication, the Open Doors World Watch List lists the nations where Christians face the most severe persecution.

How ChatGPT Will Impact the Future of Education

ChatGPT, a freely accessible AI chatbot that answers virtually any question, will shake up education as we know it.

How to Save a Life: “Speed is Key”

A new defibrillator that is more affordable and easier to use could lead to saving more lives in Australian households.

2022 in Review: New Milestones, and What Broke The Internet

McCrindle reviews the year that was, with social changes, major milestones, and the crazes that ‘broke the internet’.

The World’s Population Has Reached 8 Billion

November 15, 2022 was the day the United Nations predicted the world’s population would tick over the historic 8 billion milestone.

Word of the Year: Gaslighting (Or Is it Really?)

Gaslighting”, is word of the year according to Merriam Webster. That’s a good indicator of the conversations going on in the world.

Riding Across the Australian Outback to Help Sick Kids

Carl Howard joined The Great Australian Ride for the first time and raised nearly $10,000 for a children’s hospital foundation.

Domestic Violence: The Church Can’t be Absent From Addressing the Issue

“Rates of domestic abuse in the church community are about the same as in the broader community,” Anglicare’s Lynda Dunstan says.

Survey Reveals Youth’s Biggest Worry

Mission Australia’s Youth Survey shows that young people want action taken over the environment and mental health.

New Australian Centre Focusing on Women’s Mental Health

HER Centre will combine biological, psychological and environmental factors to better understand mental ill-health conditions in women.

The Wiggles and World Vision Team Up for New Song ‘Around the World’

Ahead of Christmas, humanitarian aid organisation World Vision has teamed up with The Wiggles to release a new song, ‘Around the World’.

8 Billion and Counting: “Everyone’s Living Longer”

This month, the world population odometer ticked over to eight billion people, the fastest rise ever. But that growth is expected to fall.

‘Cyberwarfare’ and the Role of Big Tech in Modern War

International security expert Klon Kitchen unpacks the role of Big Tech in contemporary warfare, including in the war in Ukraine

Federal Budget 22-23: “Hard Days to Come”

The Albanese government delivers its first budget, aimed at alleviating household pressure as the world “teeters” on recession.

“Koalas Are in Trouble” But You Can Help Protect Them

Koalas play a part in protecting Australian forests so it’s important they are also protected, according to university research.

Debunking the Myth of ‘Mind Over Matter’

We all like to believe we are rational agents who aren’t controlled by our physical world. But research is proving this to be far from the truth.

Are You Doing Too Much On Your Holidays? One Psychologist Says “Yes”

Clinical psychologist Valerie Ling believes people don’t know how to take a holiday anymore, and shares where the word originated.