Sunday 25 Dec 2022 · News
Dr Paul Roe’s book ‘Tell Me Another: A Storyteller’s Search for Australia’s Lost Faith’ looks at the importance of sharing everyone’s stories.
Thursday 3 Nov 2022 · Music · The Long Lunch with Steve
“You Are My Rock” is a “thank you” of sorts to the many friends, family, fans, and industry leaders who have supported his music and provided opportunities throughout his illustrious four-decade career.
Thursday 20 Oct 2022 · News
"Our sense of balance has defined us as a nation and will safeguard our future." Australia's 25th prime minister chats about his new book.
Wednesday 12 Oct 2022 · News
The Indigenous Literacy Foundation's Book Supply program has seen more than 120,000 books gifted to remote indigenous communities in 2022 alone.
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Wednesday 31 Aug 2022 · News
To bring four decades of change home to Australia, let’s look at the most recent Census data to see how we’ve changed and grown.
Monday 29 Aug 2022 · Faith
Listen to the media, and you might conclude most Australians are hostile to Christianity. But the National Church Life Survey paints a different picture.
Tuesday 9 Aug 2022 · News
The Australian pop icon has died, leaving behind a treasured legacy of music, movies and philanthropy.
Friday 29 Jul 2022 · Faith
The decline in Australia of those who call themselves Christian has been remarkable over the past decade. The past five decades has seen a dramatic drop.
Sunday 24 Jul 2022 · Faith
Whether your preferred party won the recent election or not, remember that political parties don’t have ultimate authority, that is the place of God.
Tuesday 12 Jul 2022 · News
It may seem we’re becoming a more secular society, but NCLS Research Director says that conclusion is too narrow to make from the data.
Tuesday 26 Apr 2022 · Faith
With lockdowns perhaps a thing of the past, religious services have seen numbers of the faithful steadily returning to more normal sizes.
Tuesday 7 Sep 2021 · Culture
Melbourne's lockdown led Lisa Millar to look back and reflect on the trauma she's witnessed as a foreign correspondent and how she still finds joys.