Banjo Paterson’s Forgotten ANZAC Role: One of the Least-Known Parts of His Life

Banjo Paterson and Richard Harwell

By: Annie Hamilton

Main image: Australian bush poet A.B. ‘Banjo’ Paterson. Inset: Light Horseman Private Richard Harwell Bryant on his waler, the kind of horse broken in and trained by Banjo Paterson. Bryant died aged only 38 while serving in Beirut, Syria, 1918. Photo: Australian War Memorial. All photos: Public Domain

Those tough Aussie horses, broken in and trained for the exact task before them, struggled in the soft, burning Middle Eastern sand, their fetlocks sinking deep in the desert hills. Continue reading “Banjo Paterson’s Forgotten ANZAC Role: One of the Least-Known Parts of His Life”

Church Teams Allowed to Meet Next Weekend, to Conduct Full Easter Services by Live Streaming

guy singing from stage reaching out in worship

By: Clare Bruce

Churches will be allowed to conduct the Easter services they’re accustomed to next weekend, complete with musicians, worship teams and those in other ministry roles—but worshippers will still have to stay home and watch the services by live-streaming. Continue reading “Church Teams Allowed to Meet Next Weekend, to Conduct Full Easter Services by Live Streaming”