By: Steff Willis, 96five
A recent study conducted by the Australian Centre to Counter Child Exploitation revealed that 4 in 5 parents would respond with anger and blame if they discovered their child was sharing inappropriate images online.
Continue reading “Compassion is Key in Handling Cyber Safety Issues with Kids”
By: Dr Eliezer Gonzalez
When I go to prepare a place for you, I will return and take you to be with me so that where I am you will be too (John 14:3, CEB).
Continue reading “Made For Heaven”
By: Akos Balogh
When Russia invaded Ukraine, it was meant to fall in 48 hours, crushed under the treads of Russian tanks. But the nation is still standing as I write: Ukrainians are fighting back in ways few predicted. And Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is showing the world the meaning of courage.
Continue reading “7 Reflections on Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine”
By: Michael Crooks
A new virus is not exactly what anyone wants to hear about right now, but while the “mosquito” disease has arrived in Australia there are two important things to note: it is not human-to-human transmissible and prevention is key.
Continue reading ““Don’t Get Bitten”: The Japanese “Mosquito” Disease Explained”
Last weekend saw Australia’s commercial television networks joining together to support flood victims in Queensland and New South Wales, with a telethon that has banked more than $25 million for the Red Cross Flood Appeal.
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By: Justin Rouillon, 96five
Bon Scott was right – it is a long way to the top… but at every twist and turn of the for KING & COUNTRY saga, brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone have been by each other’s side.
Continue reading “Turning Great Into Brilliant: For King & Country Aim High on New Album”
By: Susan Joy
Cassava flour is a paleo, grain-free, gluten-free, vegan and nut-free, baking flour. This flour is made from the root vegetable cassava.
Continue reading “Everything You Need to Know About Cassava Flour – With Paleo Friendly Recipes”
By: Russ Matthews, Reel Dialogue
Since his first appearance in Detective Comics in 1939, Batman has been a mainstay in Western culture. Every character in this world, including Catwoman, The Penguin, Alfred Pennyworth, and the Joker, is as familiar to children today as the generations introduced to him in the comics.
Continue reading “The Batman: A Movie Review of the Latest Version”
By: Laura Bennett
My closest group of friends is quite a ramshackle bunch. We’re German, Eurasian, South African, Burmese, Indian and Australian. But we’re all Australian. And I’ve never seen us by those nationalities until it came up in conversation when we were talking about everyone’s journey to citizenship. Continue reading “Does ‘Colour Blindness’ Need a Cure?”
By: Stephen McAlpine
Young men in droves are getting the snip. And often their reason, is that the world is running out of hope and why would you want to bring a child into it?
Continue reading “Why Are So Many Young Childless Men Getting the Snip? Because Hope Has Been Cut Off.”