After more than half a century of service, the Red Shield Sub-Branch of
the RSL is closing its doors but, as David Goodwin reports, its legacy will live on.
Dennis Quaid’s second chance
Dennis Quaid knows all about second chances—and third, fourth and fifth ones too, if you want to be exact.
That was not my intention
Sometimes, I have a little giggle on the inside when somebody says something like: “Oh, your kids are so well behaved”. At that moment, my mind wanders to many things, one of which is a special moment many years ago when my eldest two children were around the ages of two and three.
For Salvation Army officer (minister) and Defence Force Chaplain, Major Brad Watson, his calling to serve others remains the same regardless of which uniform he is wearing.
A little help from some friends
When floodwaters rose, the Salvos ensured Nat* wasn’t left to face disaster on her own.
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (CTC)
[ book ] Secrets Between Friends by Fiona Palmer
[ book ] Changing Lanes, Crossing Cultures by Andrew Schactel, Choon-Hwa Lim and Michael K. Wilson
A multi-pronged approach
With April 11 marking World Parkinson’s Day, Suvi Mehonen discovers there are reasons to be hopeful.
A test of what matters
If you were to take an informal survey of people at your work or school, or even on the street, and asked them what they thought about the Commonwealth Games, you’d probably get as many opinions as people. The answers would range all the way from assurances that it is way better than the Olympics, through to questions about its relevance in this day and age.