Ageing and Justice go Hand-in-Hand, Say Media Pals Melissa Doyle and Naima Brown

By: Laura Bennett

Our attitudes toward ageing are a complex thing. Framed by our cultural understanding of what it means to get older coupled with our feelings about time passing and our stature in life, ageing is about so much more than physical change. Read more

Does Christian Celebrity Need a Cure? – ‘Christianity Today’s’ Katelyn Beaty

By: Laura Bennett

Celebrity and Christianity. What do you think about the relationship between the two? Does celebrity culture contribute to the downfall of leaders whose star rises too high? Read more

‘My Mind & Me’: Selena Gomez Breaks Down Myth of Success

By: Laura Bennett

For a long time, our culture has defined “success” by our social status, paycheck and the prominence we acquire through our achievements. Read more

‘The Faith of Elvis’: Billy Stanley Recounts the Prayers of an Icon

By: Laura Bennett

In the recent Elvis movie the life one of the most successful superstars was explored with Baz Luhrman giving it the glitzy Hollywood treatment only he can. Read more

‘Self-Care is Vital in the Unrelenting News Cycle’

By: Laura Bennett

Whatever your diet of news consumption was before the pandemic, it’s likely in the last three years you’ve watched more updates, press conferences, and alerts about natural disasters and world events than in previous ones. Read more

‘Shane’: Reflections on Warney and a Death So Young

By: Stephen McAlpine

Shane Warne was a human headline to the end. An end that came quickly and shockingly on the same day another cricketing superstar died. 
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The Polls Say We’re a Generation Looking For Fame. That’s a Problem

By: Sheridan Voysey

I recently asked my seven year-old nephew what he wanted to be when he grew up. With delightful honesty he said, “I want to be famous!” The reason turned out to be his favourite YouTube celebrity. With their thousands of subscribers and millions of views, he one day hoped to be as popular and entertaining as them. Read more

Original Yellow Wiggle Greg Page Urges: “Learn CPR”

By: Clare Bruce

The original ‘Yellow Wiggle’ Greg Page, who had a brush with death in January, has posted a video urging people to learn CPR, and advocating for more life-saving Automatic External Defibrillators (AED machines) to be kept in public places. Read more

Gone To Soon

By: yesHeis

Death is a reality we’re all destined to face. No matter our religion or beliefs, financial position, relationship status or race, death comes to us all.
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