Vol. 136, No. 27 // 15 July 2017

July 14, 2017

 

 

FEATURE

Reggie Dabbs: Telling it like it is

Reggie Dabbs isn’t your typical motivational speaker, but one thing’s for certain, he’s the man for the job, writes Jessica Morris.

 

CELEB BUZZ

Sister Margaret Noone makes a difference

Seeing a child die seems to be against the natural order of things, so how do we provide that special support to a family who is travelling this road?

 

INNER LIFE

Stop and rest

It was the feeling in my chest that first notified me I was headed for burnout. It felt like a hand was clenching my heart and restricting the airflow as I breathed.

 

PROFILE

Don Mackay has led a creative life in theatre and television but works with his church to give practical support to people seeking asylum, as he explains to Julie Houghton.

 

MY STORY

Brian Reardon: I’m here now because of God. It’s that simple.

 

REVIEW

Defiant Lives

 

MINI REVIEW

[ book ] Spoonfed Generation by Michael Grose

[ album ] Songs Without Words by Grigoryan Brothers

 

HEALTH

Discovering Dry July

Dry July does much more than raise funds for cancer patients and their carers across Australia, it’s also an opportunity for people struggling with alcohol dependence to break free and enter sobriety, writes Colleen Morris.

 

COUCH POTATO

Drama with a dose of reality

Does the world of television need yet another medical drama? The answer depends on where you sit—for an audience weary of disease-of-the-week medical series, the answer is probably no.

 

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