Vol. 136, No. 35 // 9 September 2017

September 8, 2017

 

FEATURE

World Suicide Prevention Day: Please Stay

In the face of grim statistics, Australians are coming together to show there is always hope

 

CELEB BUZZ

The triumph of Malala

People who turn a personal tragedy into a future triumph are always to be admired. But when the person is a 15-year-old girl from a country where women’s rights are constantly threatened, that’s inspirational.

 

INNER LIFE

In a spin

For those old enough to have witnessed them all come and go over the years, we have a new craze sweeping school yards across the nation. Step aside yoyos, hula hoops, elastics, knucklebones, hand balls, Tamagotchis, Pokémon and bottle flipping. The latest fad to hit our schools is something known as a ‘fidget spinner’.

 

PROFILE

As the director of the mental health charity Hope Movement, Rachel Morris connects people with services to enter recovery. She tells Warcry why speaking about suicide is the first step to preventing it.

 

MY STORY

Kaz had times in her life where she felt close to God, but her faith really developed when she discovered practical Christianity through the Salvos.

 

REVIEW

All Saints (PG)

Rating: 4.5 / 5

 

MINI REVIEW

[ book ] In The Name Of The Family

[ book ] State of Hope

 

HEALTH

Hay fever: Nothing to sneeze at

In National Op Shop Week, Salvos Stores ambassador Faye De Lanty is daring every Aussie to become a Style Revivalist and change people’s lives.

 

COUCH POTATO

Australian Story: Tuning in for a better life

Television can give us a distorted view of the world, especially when we watch the news with its tales of gloom and doom, leavened a little by an occasional good news story and the daily sport and weather reports.

 

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