Surviving Suicide, Jazz Thornton’s New Film ‘The Girl on the Bridge’

By: Laura Bennett

Understanding the mindset of someone who wants to end their own life is a hard thing for those who have never struggled with mental illness. Read more

Apple Pancakes

By: Susan Joy

Your family will love these apple and cinnamon flavoured pancakes for breakfast. Top them with maple syrup, coconut yoghurt, extra apple and a sprinkle of cinnamon. I’ve used local West Australian “Pink Lady” apples but any apple will work in this recipe. A breakfast high in protein and healthy fats will keep your family fuller for longer. To save time, you can cook your apples the night before. Read more

Why Critical Thinking is More Critical Than Ever

By: Michael McQueen

This year, more than any, we have seen the power of fake news. Politics, climate change, public scandals and the virus which has overwhelmed our year, have revealed a vulnerability in society’s ways of consuming news and information. Read more

How Driverless Cars Will Steer Us Off the Beaten Track

By: Michael McQueen

It has become a well-known fact in recent years that driverless cars are a future that is soon to arrive. In characteristically ambitious fashion, Tesla founder Elon Musk suggests we will see true autonomous driving available to the public within the next few years. Read more

10 Commandments for These Divided Times

By: Sheridan Voysey

A few years ago, researchers did a fascinating experiment. Wanting to know when people would step in to help a stranger, they asked participants to watch a woman named Elaine experience a series of mild electric shocks. Read more

Nut and Cranberry Muesli Bars

By: Susan Joy

These tasty roasted Paleo muesli bars are crunchy eaten straight from the fridge and a little bit chewy when left at room temperature. Read more

Is TikTok OK For My Kids? Psychologist Collett Smart Helps You Decide

By: Katrina Roe

TikTok has exploded onto the social media scene in the last two years. Read more

Carrot Cake with Lemon Cashew Cream

By: Susan Joy

This fragrantly spiced carrot cake contains a mixture of almond meal and cassava flour. This flour combination produces a lighter texture and it’s perfect for those wanting to reduce the amount of expensive almond meal in their recipes. Read more

Learning From the Ant: A Money Lesson

By: Alex Cook

Have you heard of Aesop’s fable about the grasshopper and the ant? The grasshopper was hopping about, chirping and singing to its heart’s content one summer day when an ant passed by. Read more

Sweet Potato & Cassava Flour Wraps

By: Susan Joy

It only takes a couple of ingredients to create these easy and amazing wraps. They are soft, flexible and perfect for making sandwich wraps and tortillas. Read more