Vol. 136, No. 25 // 1 July 2017

June 30, 2017

 

 

FEATURE

Michelle’s musical mission

As we celebrate NAIDOC week, Julie Houghton tracks down a remarkable woman making a difference in isolated and Indigenous communities.

 

CELEB BUZZ

Deborah Mailman’s trailblazing career

Not so many decades ago, being Indigenous and female were not keys to a glittering career in the public eye. But in 2017, actor Deborah Mailman is a shining light showing that those qualities should be celebrated and admired.

 

INNER LIFE

What can I help you with?

If your favourite device enables you to ask Siri for assistance you probably enjoy the pleasant sound of her voice. 

 

PROFILE

Kristen Hartnett is a financial counsellor with the Salvation Army’s Moneycare team in Newcastle. With the end of the financial year upon us, she has some good advice about handling finances.

 

MY STORY

Aaron Reid had a life-changing journey from atheism and abuse to Salvo officer.

 

REVIEW

Monsieur Chocolat (M)
Rating: 4 / 5

 

MINI REVIEW

[ album ] Nu Day 2008

[ book ] The Dangers of Truffle Hunting

 

UPCYCLE

Salvo Stores myth busters

From rumours about landfill to queries about pricing, there are plenty of myths out there about Salvos Stores. Jessica Morris talks to Salvos Stores marketing manager Aife O’Loughlin to uncover the truth about Australia’s most loved op shop.  

 

COUCH POTATO

Ronny Chieng hits his mark

If we cast our minds back only a few decades. comedy on our television screens was largely comprised of white Australian, English or American actors. Thankfully, the face of Australian comedy has changed for the better, now reflecting our multicultural society. 

 

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