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Sudden dino weight loss
Speed is a gift

Better future for hot head
Successful rapper Kevin Burgess is inspired to be a better father and role model for the next generation
Better future for hot head
A resurrection of evidence
Imagine you are a forensic detective like the above character Dr Henry Morgan from the new TV crime show Forever. As a true sceptic, not just a cynic, you are interested in evidence. Sceptics do not go into an investigation closed to the possibility that a phenomenon might be real or that a claim might be true.
A resurrection of evidence
Nothing comes from nothing
ANTHONY FLEW, one of the twentieth century’s most outspoken atheists, once argued that God is imaginary using the following story: Two explorers came upon a clearing in the jungle. In the clearing were growing many flowers and many weeds. One explorer says, “Some gardener must tend this plot.” The other disagrees, “There is no gardener.” So they pitch their tents and set a watch. No gardener is ever seen. . . . Yet still the believer is not convinced. “But there is a gardener, invisible, intangible, insensible to electric shocks, who comes secretly to look after the garden he loves.” At last the Sceptic despairs. “But what remains of the original assertion? Just how does what you call an invisible, intangible, eternally elusive gardener differ from an imaginary gardener or even from no gardener at all?”
Nothing comes from nothing
What’s the point?
ALL OF US are working and playing our way through life. But after all the perspiration and the parties, the question emerges, “What’s the point?”
What’s the point?
‘Saints’ and ‘swine’ at Auschwitz: survivor
January 2015 marked the 70th Anniversary of the liberation of the infamous Nazi concentration camp complex Auschwitz-Birkenau situated near Kraków, Poland. An estimated 1.3 million people were deported to Auschwitz between 1940 and 1945; and at least 1.1 million were murdered.
‘Saints’ and ‘swine’ at Auschwitz: survivor
Abducted yet hope endured
Enslaved in Joseph Kony’s rebel army in 2002 for 10 months, Jackline’s hope outlasted her suffering and torment
Abducted yet hope endured
The ultimate finish line
What is ‘Ironman’ toughness worth?
The ultimate finish line
Joy mends tragic loss
Ilse no longer feels guilty about regaining joy after family tragedy
Joy mends tragic loss
Better than any hero
Jesus is the most controversial, stereotyped and divisive man to have ever lived. Some call him a man – others a heretic – more call him inspirational – some even call him a Saviour.
Better than any hero
Helping people drove Aussie doctor in Middle East
Dr Brandstater shares how science, faith and compassion work together
Helping people drove Aussie doctor in Middle East
Sudden dinosaur weight loss
Dinosaurs may have weighed around a quarter of what was once believed. Researchers from the University of Manchester have developed a new way to estimate more accurately the weight of an animal from its fossil bones.1
Sudden dinosaur weight loss
Delivered from nine cancers
A victory over multiple cancers reminds Gwen of who looks after her through every trial
Delivered from nine cancers
Myth #2 – Married forever in heaven?
Many find comfort in the thought of holding the one they love romantically forever, but is it true?
Myth #2 – Married forever in heaven?
Searching for a new job
The best way to convince potential employers that you are the person they are looking for is to know what gifts, talents, and abilities are your greatest and most marketable assets.
Searching for a new job
Loving our family changes us within
For thousands of years the family unit has been understood as the foundation stone of society, a place where children are raised to take their place in society as mature, responsible adults and where healthy relationships with others are nurtured and encouraged. Often described as the "nuclear family" it was generally regarded as consisting of Dad, Mum and the children. Author Dale Kuehne describes this model for the family as inhabiting what he calls "tWorld" and it was essentially built around relationships of obligation.
Loving our family changes us within
Sell or recycle unwanted electronics easily
An electronic device like a phone or tablet that is less than four years old is relatively easy to sell online via Ebay or Australian-based Gumtree, but for older, bulky or faulty devices here are some alternatives.
Let it go to pots!
In order to get the most out of limited resources – whether that is space, cash, water, enthusiasm or physical ability – why not consider gardening entirely in pots? It's an obvious, though underrated, solution if you're short on space, short on water or in temporary accommodation. It is even a great way to deal with a normal suburban garden in those seasons that are short on flowers. In any of the above circumstances, a few pots containing plants in full bloom can make a huge impact in the garden. Their power is far greater than the same number of plants planted directly into the garden, as the plants are raised higher than their surrounds, and 'framed' in a way only pots can do – they are quite literally put on a pedestal. The effect can be truly incredible, making an otherwise green, flowerless garden begin to sing.
Let it go to pots!
‘Speed is a gift’ says Commonwealth champion
Relief and pride flood over Matthew Glaetzer as he watches the front wheel of his bike cross the finish line first on the slow motion replay.
‘Speed is a gift’ says Commonwealth champion

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