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Marking the 25th anniversary of the 1994 flick, Clare has reimagined the March girls, bringing them to life in a 21st century version of ‘Little Women’.

Do you ever hear something from God and then end up really surprised when it doesn’t turn out the way you thought it would? That seems to be my life. I like to know how things will happen and how they will work, so when I hear something from God, I tend to fill in […]

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September 4, 2019

According to immigration statistics in Colombia, an average of forty thousand Venezuelan refugees cross into Colombia every day. Of those forty thousand , government sources say that three thousand do not return to Venezuela, and of those three thousand, approximately one thousand Venezuelans begin walking further into Colombia. Some of them will settle here, while […]

This is the fourth consecutive year that a Category 5 hurricane has formed in the Atlantic near the US Coast — a record without precedent.

Teachers have influence well beyond their students; they play a vital part in the school culture as whole as well as the education system.

‘Being heard is the first step to healing.’ These words from Patrick Regan sum up well the TV conversation you’re about to see.

Aiden in the Arvo rode the D-MAX stunt ute at the Adelaide Show this week and he said, “it scared the LIFE out of me!” And on Sunday, 1079 Life are giving you the chance to win the ride of your life, as passenger in the D-MAX stunt ute. Aiden will announce the winner this […]

$3 million disability respite centre opens today in Adelaide CBD For parents Richard and Erja Bithell, AnglicareSA’s new short stay disability accommodation service on South Terrace in the city will provide vital respite care and support for their adult son Scott. The service, which officially opens today, offers tailored on-site support from experienced staff, with […]

We all want our kids to feel good. Ice cream. Beach days. Playdates. These are all great for bringing joy. But typically, these good feelings don’t last.

In December 2017, beloved SBS newsreader Anton Enus suddenly disappeared from Australian TV. He had discovered, out of the blue, that he had bowel cancer.


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