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Despite improvement in school facilities, education curriculum, teaching methods and training, bullying is a serious problem in Australian schools.

The program helps women get out of the sex industry by up-skilling them and enabling them to find suitable work with a stable income.

World Vision is rushing to deliver plane loads of life-saving aid and to protect children at risk of abuse, in the wake of Cyclone Idai in Africa.

John Cadbury believed that drinking chocolate could pull families away from pubs. Even today, none of the local pubs, bars or shops serve alcohol.

When Queenslander Tim Buxton and his wife felt called by God to the Middle East to work with people in need, they had no idea what was about to erupt.

In a show of unlikely grace, some Muslim and Christian leaders alike are praying not only for the faith community, but also for the Australian gunman.

The founder of Coles supermarket chain paid for Billy Graham’s crusade to be publicly broadcast across the nation in the early days of television.

Aussies are being urged to support the ‘Buy a Cow’ appeal to help farmers from North West QLD to rebuild their herds of cattle after the recent floods.

World Hearing Day To commemorate World Hearing Day on Sunday 3 March Dementia Australia is reminding Australians to check their hearing to help identify and prevent hearing loss potentially reducing their risk of developing dementia. Dementia Australia CEO Maree McCabe said hearing health is related to brain heath, with age-related hearing loss a contributing factor […]


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