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Special Religious Education (SRE) may be something you’ve recently opted your child into, but it’s been engrained in Australia’s culture for many years.

Apology has been in the news recently – mainly for all the wrong reasons. What can we learn about how to apologise well?

The world is shrinking, and people from different religions, different cultures, are going to have to learn to live with each other.

If students don’t learn the way we teach, it’s our job to teach the way they learn. These 3 shifts are occurring in our most visionary educational systems.

You may know that Aussie farmers are doing it tough right now but how much do you really understand about how this drought is affecting our country?

Just after 11:00pm on Tuesday 7th August 2018, Australia’s population ticked over to 25 million.

With Aussie farmers facing one of the worst droughts in our history, here are 9 established charity and church-based drought appeals that you can support.

A jury found him guilty, a judge sentenced him to death. But he was innocent.

It’s affecting young and old, rich and poor, educated and uneducated. What is this silent epidemic? Loneliness.

Research has revealed that obstructive sleep apnoea has been linked to structural brain changes seen in the early stages of dementia.

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