Cashing In: What Blockchain Will Mean For Our Dollars and Cents

By: Michael McQueen

Blockchain has steadily grown in popularity over the last couple of years. Bitcoin’s value soared over 70% in 2020 and is projected to reach a price of US$66,000 by the end of this year. With low transaction fees, limited institutional involvement, and ease of use, blockchain presents an attractive opportunity for spenders across the world. But what will this new currency mean for the future of our notes and coins? Read more

The Changing Role of Fathers

By: McCrindle

Those tasked with the important job of parenting Generation Alpha are likely to be those of Generations X and Y. While most Baby Boomers were shaped in households where fewer mums worked outside the home, today the majority of parents are two-income earning. Read more

Stopping God

By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez

For many people, God doesn’t seem real at all. It’s sometimes also easy for some Christians to feel as if God might be there somewhere, but he’s too busy running the universe to really just stop and care about them. Read more

Movie Challenge: International Day of the Girl

By: Ally Barnes

With three daughters and two granddaughters, Reel Dialogue’s Russ Matthews has seen his share of princess movies and films that celebrate girls. This is his list of recommended films to watch to celebrate International Day of the Girl on October 11. Read more

Can Racism Be Stopped in the Schoolyard? A New Doco is About to Find Out

By: Sam Robinson

Australia is a diverse country, but how accepting are we of each other? A new ABC documentary series is observing a pilot program designed to change the conversation about race in a south-western Sydney primary school. Read more

The Future of Housing In Australia

By: McCrindle

Australia needs to build an additional three million homes over the next two decades to provide the needed infrastructure to house Australia’s growing population. By 2041 we will have 13 million homes, up from 10 million in 2021. Read more

Cauliflower and Parsnip Mash

By: Susan Joy

Serve my Cauliflower and Parsnip Mash as an alternative to mashed white potato. Read more

Dementia Australia Raises Awareness on The Hidden Toll of Lockdowns

By: Michael Crooks

Lockdowns can have an impact on the mental health of anyone, but for those with dementia, the long periods of isolation can lead to heartbreaking outcomes. Read more

Feeling Overwhelmed? 5 Ways to Beat the Transition Blues

By: Jenny Baxter

Sometimes, it helps to remember that no one, young or old, likes change. You are not alone if you feel overwhelmed. The thing is, you CAN beat the transition blues, and its demoralising effect on you. Read more