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Exotic dancer healed of hurts
Mining for hope: Antonio
Driver finds right formula

Hug melted man of steel
Former angry meth addict on new mission to spread love
Hug melted man of steel
How far would you go for a meatball?
lf you were a homeless dog named Arthur, the answer is almost 700km!
How far would you go for a meatball?
In prison sentenced to death
Years ago, I was living in a foreign land where I had run into trouble with the law.
In prison sentenced to death
Why so much anger?
Anger can lead to tragedy. The case of an alleged murder before a Brisbane court is a sad example.
Musician finds pain gone
Singer for indie electro-pop band Monarch Brennan Strawn shares his journey from depression to new life
Musician finds pain gone
Exotic dancer healed of hurts
My name is Sarah Lenhard. People in the strip clubs used to know me as Cassandra.
Exotic dancer healed of hurts
The enlightened Dr. Holly Ordway
As an uncompromising atheist Dr. Holly Ordway recalls her early life in her autobiography
The enlightened Dr. Holly Ordway
Starving for acceptance
Bulimia sufferer rejoices in broken addiction
Starving for acceptance
The movie hollywood tried to hide
There couldn't be a much more appropriate film to hit the cinema screens at Easter.
The movie hollywood tried to hide
The suffering servant
What would anyone know about my pain?
The suffering servant
Finding contentment in Vanuatu
Poverty showed Elisha Hammond what having plenty means
Finding contentment in Vanuatu
Being the man
Being the popular “life of the party” takes you places, but maybe not where you expected, writes Aaron Thomson
Being the man
Turning over a new leaf
As autumn leaves start to turn warm oranges and reds before falling to the ground, it might be time for us to change too
Turning over a new leaf
Movie mines rich seam of hope
‘The 33’ film faithfully recounts Chile miners’ miracle rescue
Movie mines rich seam of hope
Millions of years wrong
"The accepted ages for the oldest rocks are wrong," so claimed a report in New Scientist on problems with radioactive dating methods.
Millions of years wrong
Does reincarnation cure our evil?
Recent surveys indicate that up to a quarter of Australians and Americans subscribe to the possibility of reincarnation, the belief that people "come again in the flesh".
Does reincarnation cure our evil?
No longer lost and lonely
In a family overshadowed by poverty and alcoholism, Ian Hopkins traded jealousy and empty pursuits for a fulfilling inner peace.
No longer lost and lonely
Lasting joy for former felon
Dara Wren was once proud of being a “seven time convicted felon” until she discovered the everlasting joy she did not know was possible.
Lasting joy for former felon
Looking down
A young fellow wanting to make an impression took his girl-friend for a helicopter ride. From the air she looked down and saw a message
Looking down
Marriage is like dancing together
Watching people dance can be a fascinating exercise at times.
Marriage is like dancing together
New features in Office 2016
Competing with Google's web-based document and collaboration tools, Microsoft Office 2016 is adding many features that were already present in the Office Web Apps.
Packaging a success
A birthday party surprise lesson in integrity
Packaging a success
Nini’s famous shortbread
This is my grandmother's most popular recipe, one everybody asked for after they tasted one of her fresh batches.
Nini’s famous shortbread
Driver finds right formula
As the Australian Grand Prix revs up, this Brazilian driver shares about the greatest prize that he found through former F1 racers Fittipaldi and Riberio
Driver finds right formula

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