Vol. 137, No. 3 // 20 January 2018

January 19, 2018



Home is where the heart is 

Rising house prices and rents are making it tough for many Australians to put a roof over their head, writes David Goodwin.



Michael Leunig is a cartoonist with an uncanny gift for razor sharp social and political commentary. But what you may not know is his personal identity as a spiritual person who also enjoys writing prayers.



Confessions of a fashion junkie

One time, a guy I liked said that I reminded him of the movie Confessions of a Shopaholic. I was so offended—I’m not shallow! I am more than my clothes! I seethed into my takeaway latte as I stalked down the street in my on-point floral jumpsuit, matched with some chunky heels. 



Chris Elliott has worked in the radio industry for more than 35 years, but his role as producer and host on Salvos Radio is the most rewarding work of his life.



Finding fulfilment in God’s love

It seemed like Jess had it all, yet she often felt restless and unfulfilled until she realised that loving God and others is the only goal truly worth striving for.



[ book ] Sanctuary by Judy Nunn

[ book ] I Am, I Am, I Am by Maggie O’Farrell

[ book ] The $50 Weekly Shop Weekday Dinners by Jody Allen

[ book ] Terra Nullius by Claire G. Coleman

[ album ] Dream Lover by Australian cast recording



Breaking bad

Calorie counting and yo-yo dieting—we all try to manage our weight in different ways. But some habits do more harm than good, writes Jessica Morris.



Back Roads: On the road with Heather

The concept is quirky but simple. Take an experienced journalist with the common touch, put a pin in a map of Australia, give her a film crew and discover what really goes on in our wide brown land.

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