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1079 Life listener Kerry McFie has written a wonderful book about a very special horse Sheba and her legacy on the world. Kerry says, “A young horse named Sheba ended up with me. Being inexperienced I had no idea of what I was doing. I always had a passion to entertain people. My lazy brumby, […]

Roger Penrose, a celebrated cosmologist, is challenged to believe in God during a discussion with Christian philosopher, William Lane Craig. This debate is part of The Big Conversation, a series enjoyed by millions. Sir Roger Penrose, a leading cosmologist who worked with Stephen Hawking to develop the theory that predicted the beginning of space and […]

A report released today paints a picture of increased competition for less jobs, particularly for young people just starting out, across Australia. Anglicare’s 2019 Jobs Availability Snapshot, released today during Anti-Poverty Week, also found that entry-level jobs made up just 10 per cent of all vacancies across Australia, down from 14 per cent last year. […]

Operation Christmas Child (OCC) is a project of Samaritan’s Purse. It partners with local churches in developing nations to reach out to children by providing gift-filled shoeboxes and bringing the Good News of Jesus Christ. After receiving shoebox gifts, many children are also invited back to participate in The Greatest Journey – an evangelism and […]

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September 26, 2019

Celebrate the Semaphore Carousel’s 90th Anniversary on the Semaphore foreshore adjacent to the carousel on Sunday 6 October 2019 from 10:00am. Rotary clubs of Kidman Park, Henley Beach, West Lakes, Largs Bay, Charles Sturt – Grange, Regency Park and Rotaract Clubs are combining to celebrate Australian Rotary Health achievements. This event coincides with the 90th […]

AnglicareSA and Thread Together launched an Australian first in 2018 with mobile wardrobe vans delivering brand new clothes directly to people in need – and yesterday they extended the service in Adelaide with the official opening of an SA-first clothing hub. See photos from the launch below Working with people experiencing vulnerability and hardship, this […]

Yanovsky concentration camp was a Nazi German labour, transit and extermination camp established in September 1941 in occupied Poland on the outskirts of Lwów, which is today the town of Lviv, Ukraine. The camp was liquidated by the Germans in November 1943 ahead of the Red Army’s counteroffensive. According to Soviet prosecutors at the Nuremberg […]

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September 20, 2019

It is 46 years since two young girls disappeared from a packed sporting ground, sparking one of Australia’s leading unsolved child abduction cases. The disappearance and suspected murder of two young South Australian girls, Joanne Ratcliffe, 11, and Kirste Gordon, 4, has left investigators baffled for more than four decades. The pair were watching a […]

The Salvation Army has for the very first time opened up the Strawberry Field visitor centre to the public in Liverpool, England. As well as giving Beatles fans the very first chance to see first-hand the iconic place that inspired John Lennon to write Strawberry Fields Forever, the Salvation Army will provide creative ways to […]

Celebrated US biologist and leading voice in the ‘Intellectual Dark Web” has admitted God is a “hack” we need, despite being an atheist. It’s part of a debate recorded with Dr Alister McGrath for The Big Conversation, a series which has had an estimate audience of 5 million since it launched. Highlights of the debate […]

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