Riding Across the Australian Outback to Help Sick Kids

By: Micaela Aboody

Quitting your job and riding a motorbike 7200km across the Australian outback isn’t a challenge everyone is willing to take on. Read more

Domestic Violence: The Church Can’t be Absent From Addressing the Issue

By: Laura Bennett

On average in Australia one women a week is murdered by her current or former partner. One. Woman. A week. Read more

Survey Reveals Youth’s Biggest Worry

By: Mike Crooks

Australia’s youth are most worried about the environment, equality and mental health, according to a new survey. Read more

New Australian Centre Focusing on Women’s Mental Health

By: Amy Cheng

Depression during menopause and debilitating periods are some of the mental health problems unique to women and their hormones and biology, but not a lot is known about them. Read more

The Wiggles and World Vision Team Up for New Song ‘Around the World’

By: Laura Bennett

To say 2022 has been a tough year for aid workers around the world would be an understatement. Read more

8 Billion and Counting: “Everyone’s Living Longer”

By: Mike Crooks

The United Nations calls it “a milestone in human development”. Read more

‘Cyberwarfare’ and the Role of Big Tech in Modern War

By: Kristian Johnson

“Those in the West – we’re not the only good people on earth – but we have a moral foundation and a philosophical, and even a theological framework, that understands notion of good.” ~ International security expert, Klon Kitchen

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Federal Budget 22-23: “Hard Days to Come”

By: Mike Crooks

Australian Treasurer Jim Chalmers has called it a “family friendly” and “bread and butter” budget that will ease cost-of-living pressures. Read more

“Koalas Are in Trouble” But You Can Help Protect Them

By: Amy Cheng

Dr Kara Youngentob, a wildlife ecologist at the Australian National University, believes it’s important to protect koalas as they play an important role in a healthy Australian forest ecosystem. Read more

Debunking the Myth of ‘Mind Over Matter’

By: Michael McQueen

We all like to believe we put our mind over matter. Overall, we are rational agents with free will who have control over our bodies, impulses and sensations. Read more