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Starting School Well: the ABCs of Transitioning to School

For some children, starting school is a step closer to becoming a ‘grown up’. This academic says it’s important to help them transition well.

Engage All of Your Senses: Spend Time in a Garden

Time spent in a garden can engage all our senses and lift our moods, especially if you’re intentional in your approach, say experts.

Does Christian Celebrity Need a Cure? – ‘Christianity Today’s’ Katelyn Beaty

US journalist Katelyn Beaty reflects on the Christian celebrity culture origin, Jesus’ relationship to fame and the lost art of contentment.

Overwhelmed by Streaming Services? Some Ideas For Your Watchlist

To help you navigate an age of endless content and new streaming platforms, our movie reviewing partner Russ Matthews shares his tips.

Australians are Living Longer and Healthier: Report

Despite the pandemic, Australians are in better shape than ever, according to a government report. But one issue remains a dire problem.

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.

History of the Most Famous Christmas Carols

Have you thought about where Christmas carols originated? We searched the history of ‘Silent Night’, ‘O Holy Night’ and ‘Joy to the World’.

‘The Noel Diary’ – Wins with Justin Hartley, Loses in Undermining Real Love

Increasingly, where ‘The Noel Diary’ and its streaming mates fall over is in what they define as acceptable in the pursuit of true love.

5 Facts You May Not Have Known About Christmas

From the first Christmas card to the season’s most played song and where December 25 came from, did you know these things about Christmas?

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.

‘My Mind & Me’: Selena Gomez Breaks Down Myth of Success

‘Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me’ is about a woman grappling with a past that’s defined her but that she’s since outgrown.

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.

Is a Side Hustle Worth the Hassle? Record Number of Aussies Taking Up Second Jobs

The number of jobs worked as secondary jobs has passed 1 million for the first time, according to new ABS data.

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.

‘Falling for Christmas’: Easy Escapism and Optimism in Hard Times

In a time where real life has been hard, a story in a fairly predictable manner could be just the comfort you need to watch this Christmas.

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.