Julie Houghton speaks to eight female singers making their mark on the Australian music scene.
Mal Walden’s love affair with news
Veteran newsman Mal Walden has just written a book called The Newsman: 60 Years of Television, where he reflects on his long career.
When hope blooms
I am not a huge fan of winter. I do not appreciate the dreary, cold days or the leaf-less trees or the shortened daylight hours. I seem to take on the nature of the weather in my outlook as I move through my day—stormy and grey...
Jacqui Carter is a Melbourne-based primary school chaplain and case worker is also a singer-songwriter. Her latest album, It’s What She Leaves Behind, works through pain and brokenness to find hope.
With a mixed faith heritage, Wendy Glen’s journey to Christianity was a unique one.
We. Are. Family. a book by Paul Mitchell
Rating: 4/ 5
[ album ] Classical Music for Mindfulness
[ album ] The Lost Songs of St Kilda
Par for the course
When 20-year-old Curtis Luck became just the third Aussie to win the United States Amateur Championship, he described it as ‘the pinnacle’ for an amateur, the ‘highlight of [his] career so far’...