Vol. 135, No. 50 // 17 December 2016

December 17, 2016

 

FEATURE

The Sunrise crew on why they love carols and the Salvos
The Sunrise team talks candidly to Freye Lowery about everything from what truly constitutes a Christmas meal to why they love the Salvos.

 

CELEB BUZZ

Stars in classical music are not usually recognisable household names, but conductor Richard Gill is someone who has broken through that recognition barrier.

 

INNER LIFE

One solitary life

Babies are cute. Perhaps that’s why many people find it so easy to trivialise Christmas. Baby Jesus, lying helpless in the manger, can be viewed with mild affection...

PROFILE

There are national treasures and then there are living legends—Australian doctor Catherine Hamlin is both, as Julie Houghton discovers.

MY STORY

Christopher Bartninkaitis is only 20, but his life has been a roller-coaster ride.

REVIEW

Mahana (M)
Rating: 2.5 / 5

MINI REVIEWS

[ book ] Christmas Under the Stars by Karen Swan

[ album ] The Nutcracker by Orchestra Victoria with Geoffrey Rush

HEALTH

Making room for dementia

Christmas can be difficult when loved ones are ageing, but this is especially so when the unwelcome guest is dementia, says Jessica Morris.

 

COUCH POTATO

Essential Christmas viewing

With Christmas looming, how could we make a difference in the world as our Christmas gift?

 

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