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‘Last Christmas’ Reminds us We’re All Connected [Movie Review]

By: Laura Bennett

The great thing about the pre-Christmas season, is that it’s totally OK for Australians to indulge in White Christmas fantasies, and watch reruns of the most cheesy “holiday content” with utter abandon.

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School Chaplaincy To Be Axed in ACT, Fear Other States Will Follow

By: Beth Rivers

From the end of this year, the ACT Government has decided to cut the school chaplaincy program from public schools, triggering an urgent campaign to overturn the decision.
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Meet Elle Limebear, Singer & Daughter of Delirious Frontman Martin Smith

By: Clare Bruce

Growing up the daughter of one of the world’s leading Christian pop bands of the 90s, it’s no surprise Elle Limebear has emerged as an artist in her own right.
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Sexist, Racist Porn Mags ‘People’ and ‘Picture’ Shut Down Thanks To Collective Shout

By: Katrina Roe

The social activist group Collective Shout is celebrating after Bauer Media announced they will shut down their two remaining porn magazines, Picture and People
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Around the World on 50 Bucks: The Amazing Global, Spiritual Journey of Christopher Schacht

By: Laura Bennett

The plan of then-19-year-old German native Christopher Schacht sounds insane.

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Tears of Joy and Sorrow as Uluru Climb is Closed: A Chat with Brooke Prentis

By: Clare Bruce

There was joy and celebration at the foot of Uluru as climbing of the rock was finally banned—but tears, too, as climbers continued to ignore the wishes of traditional owners until the last minute.
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‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ is Less Evil Than it Sounds and Looks

By: Laura Bennett

When a movie’s called ‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ it doesn’t seem like one with sound moral values – but don’t let its dark visuals and fantastical themes fool you.

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4 Ways to Keep Your Pets Safe This Fire Season

By: Beth Rivers

Let’s face it, our four-legged pets are more than just pets, they’re family members that can even take top spot in the family hierarchy (aka, your Dad’s favourite child) — and they need a fire safety plan.
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‘Judy’ Garland Biopic a Reminder of the Tragic Price of Unchecked Fame [Movie Review]

By: Laura Bennett

The first time Judy Garland sang for an audience, she was two and a half years old. At 13 she signed a movie contract with MGM, and at 16 her fame was cemented as she starred as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz.

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Brad Pitt’s Philosophical Sci-Fi — A Review of ‘Ad Astra’

By: Laura Bennett

Space movies have been all the rage with the 50th anniversary of the moon landing this year. We’ve seen the Apollo 11 documentary. Armstrong is soon to be released, and First Man prepped us for the milestone a while ago.
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