Butternut and Ginger Soup

By: Susan Joy

I love this soup recipe because it’s so quick and simple to make. The spice ginger has an exotic, peppery flavour which goes so well with mild flavoured butternut pumpkin, giving the soup a little kick. Ginger root is known for its therapeutic properties since ancient times, its powerful compounds called phenols have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

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The Big Mistake People Make About Religious Discrimination

By: Akos Balogh

There’s a big mistake many people make about religious discrimination.
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Salt – Important to Every System in our Bodies

By: Elizabeth Connolly

Salt or Sodium (yes it’s the same thing) is a mineral. Our body contains around 250g of it, which makes up 0.4% of our body weight (so maybe a bit more salt in my body). It is an Electrolyte like Potassium, Calcium and Magnesium. Salt is important to every system in our bodies, from your blood to your nerves and even your digestive system. Read more

Australia’s Lifestyle Cities in QLD and VIC Are The Fastest Growing

By: McCrindle

When it comes to the fastest growing towns and cities, our largest cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane are still experiencing the largest growth.
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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 affect on you.

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The Wellbeing Challenge in Australian Schools

By: McCrindle

A 2019 McCrindle survey of Australian parents shows that parent expectations of Australian schools is on the rise.
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Australia, The Sporting Nation

By: McCrindle

Australia is a nation of sports lovers. Four in five (80%) Australians agree that sport is a significant part of Australian culture. Read more

Orange and Zucchini Bread

By: Susan Joy

This is a deliciously moist bread with a yummy coconut-orange icing. The flavour and moisture are reached by using fresh orange juice, zest, zucchini and sweet spices. When you’re given fresh oranges and zucchinis, it’s the perfect time to create a new recipe, I’m sure you will love this bread as much as my family does.

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Granola Clusters

By: Susan Joy

These crisp clusters of Paleo Granola are delicious served with almond milk and fresh fruit. They are also the perfect topping to sprinkle over coconut yoghurt or chia puddings. For a variation, you might like to add some diced organic dried apricots or sultanas to your granola mixture.
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SBS News Reader Anton Urges Aussies to Take the Bowel Screening Test; It Saved His Life

By: Clare Bruce

In December 2017, beloved SBS newsreader Anton Enus suddenly disappeared from Australia’s TV screens.
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