Vol. 136, No. 37 // 23 September 2017

September 22, 2017

 

FEATURE

LARF shows the way to the future

LARFing is good for your health. And for youngsters in the Victorian country town of Ballarat, it can make the difference between learning to lead a wonderful life or falling between the cracks.

 

CELEB BUZZ

Judi Dench: Queen of the screen

If you had to name one of the greatest English actresses of the last 50 years, the name Judi Dench would need to be close to the top of the list, if not number one.

 

INNER LIFE

Don’t worry, be happy….

Sometimes we just don’t see things that are right under our noses.

I was pondering this fact recently when I thought of the saying “A burden shared is a burden halved”.

 

PROFILE

It’s one thing to talk about homelessness, but Major Brendan Nottle knows that to help stop it he will have to walk the walk—right to Parliament House. Jessica Morris talks to Major Nottle about his 40-day trek from Melbourne to Canberra.

 

MY STORY

Mahnaz lived in Tehran, Iran with her husband and her baby daughter Soheila. She worked as a logistics officer and her standard of living was very good. 

 

REVIEW

Victoria and Abdul

Rating: 4 / 5

 

MINI REVIEW

[ book ] Beren and Luthien

 

HEALTH

Hope beyond trauma

There may be a time in our life when we encounter a traumatic experience that threatens the life or safety of ourselves or others.

 

COUCH POTATO

Exploding the myth

The SBS series The Obesity Myth is a program we all should watch.

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