Rise of EVs: “Three Types of Cars Will Become Extinct”

With electric vehicles becoming increasingly popular, a car auction platform has made a bold prediction about the future of traditional cars.

The Volunteer Organisation Serving God by Repairing Dilapidated Churches

Mobile Mission Maintenance works on churches and other buildings used for Christian outreach, relieving ministers of this work.

Rev Tim Keller 1950-2023: “We Take Comfort in His Last Words”

The much-loved cancer-stricken minister passed away while under hospice care, surrounded by his loved ones.

New Lifeline Toolkit to Help People Who Aren’t Ready to Speak Up Yet

Lifelines’ digital toolkit helps those going through tough circumstances or mental health struggles, as well as people caring for others.

Let’s Talk About The Voice – and the Christian Ideas It Raises

The Voice to Parliament referendum is a chance for a deeper conversation about ideas which are at the heart of the Christian faith.

Budget 2023-24: “Relief for Those in Need”

The Albanese Government’s second budget is in, and it aims to help those doing it tough amid high cost-of-living pressures.

How Teachers Feel About A.I. as a Tool to Enhance Learning

Just like the calculator changed the way that students engaged with maths, AI can change the way that students engage in their learning.

How a Secular View of Morality Creates Challenges for Ethical A.I.

As we continue to develop and use artificial intelligence, we must consider the ethical implications of robotic systems making moral choices.

How to Grieve Someone You’ve Never Met

Despite most of us never having met him, Jock Zonfrillo was a beloved part of TV viewing households across the country.

Generation Alpha Are Becoming Teenagers: A Look Into the Future

As Generation Alpha, born between 2010 and 2024, enter their teenage years, they will become a major force that shapes the future.

“Shop Around”: Energy Boss’ Winter Warning

With winter looming amid rising energy costs, let’s look at some ways to keep warm without breaking the budget.

A Christian Perspective on the Voice Debate: 4 Key Takeaways

With issues like The Voice to Parliament, we need to be wary of baptising our position as the definitive Christian one, writes Akos Balogh.

What Subtitles Say About Our Changing Viewing Habits

Subtitles used to just be for those who are hard of hearing, but they are now becoming more normalalised and there are many benefits to this.

The Great Teacher Exodus: Tackling Burnout in the Education Sector

Levels of teacher burnout are high and there are significant challenges in attracting and retaining the next generation of teachers.

Education Has Changed. Here’s How Teachers Can Move With the Tides

Teaching is full of new challenges – but also great opportunities. It just requires creativity and a willingness to move with the tides.

“Time of Comfort”: Your Guide to Anzac Day

As the country unites to remember all of those who served, here’s a guide to the nation’s services and commemorations.

Why We Need a Global Children’s Rights Movement

Katy Faust and Stacy Manning, co-authors of Them Before Us, argue for a re-focus on the needs of children above the desires of parents.

Digital Shoes and Customised Shopping: Tomorrow’s Retail Has Arrived

With the most recent tech now emerging in the world of retail, future shopping will look radically different to what we are used to.