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Wednesday 27 May 2015 · Health and Fitness
If a young person you care about is showing signs of depression, anxiety or self-harm, help is not far away.
Tuesday 26 May 2015 · Health and Fitness
An Australian study into the similarities between twins, has helped to resolve the age-old debate about ‘Nature versus Nurture’...
Tuesday 26 May 2015 · News
A provocative video filmed in Sydney, titled the “'Refugees are scum’ social experiment” has reached over 1.5million people on Facebook in its first week.
Thursday 21 May 2015 · News
A Twitter photo of a man and woman walking on a footpath, has sparked a great debate: Is chivalry outdated?
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Wednesday 20 May 2015 · Christian Living
A $1 billion cosmetic industry shows that many Australians are unhappy with their appearance. And experts say our image-saturated, digital age is to blame...
Tuesday 19 May 2015 · Health and Fitness
Sugar and butter get the flick in Nutrition Australia’s latest update of the famous "food pyramid”.
Monday 18 May 2015 · News
With pressure levels rising in the Masterchef kitchen as Season Seven of the Channel Ten TV show gets underway, we take a nostalgic look back at our interviews with former show winners.
Thursday 14 May 2015 · Christian Living
How often do you take ‘selfies’ for your social media accounts? Your answer could reveal whether your selfie-taking is a bit of harmless fun, or an unhealthy obsession...
Wednesday 13 May 2015 · News
Double-incomes families will benefit from a new Child Care Subsidy proposed in the Federal Budget, but stay-at-home mums will lose out. Fairfax economics expert Ross Gittins explains the budget for mums and dads.
The Micah Challenge coalition has today labelled the government’s cuts to Australia’s foreign aid program as “savage” and “brutal”.
Friday 8 May 2015 · Faith
A happy child, a man of quick wit and comedy, a Penrith Panthers fan, a flawed but forgiven prodigal son, and a caring, tireless pastor who desired to see revival.
Tuesday 5 May 2015 · News