Vol. 136, No. 11 // 25 March 2017

March 24, 2017

 

FEATURE

At a Salvation Army safe house in the UK Princess Eugenie saw firsthand how the Salvos help those rescued from slavery to rebuild their lives, writes Faye Michelson.

CELEB BUZZ

Ashton Kutcher fights for kids

Ashton Kutcher is very proud of actor wife Mila Kunis, two-year-old daughter Wyatt and three-month-old son Dimitri, but it’s other people’s children that the star of That 70s Show and Two and a Half Men is going in to battle for on the world stage.

INNER LIFE

Navigating our fears

I have mazeophobia. Or at least, I think I do. I googled my
‘condition’ and that was one word that came up to describe it...

PROFILE

Social commentators Patricia and Don Edgar’s new book Peak: Reinventing Middle Age looks at the way life has changed for those in the 50–75 years age group.

MY STORY

Michael Williams is no saint, but has found new direction through God’s mercy.

REVIEW

Loving (PG)
Rating: 4 / 5

MINI REVIEWS

[ book ] The Chocolate Tin by Fiona McIntosh

[ book ] The Drowned Man by Brendan James Murray

PARENTING

Here we go again

For working parents the dreaded school holidays come around too fast and too often. Here, working mother Jen Vuk offers a few suggestions.

COUCH POTATO

Ian Thorpe takes on the bullies

Sometimes watching uncomfortable television is good for us. Former Olympic swimmer Ian Thorpe’s ABC two-part documentary series Bullied should be compulsory viewing for teenagers and adults alike...

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