Honouring the life of the longest-serving royal consort in British history. Prince Philip is being remembered by church leaders as a man of faith.
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By: Michael Crooks International travel has returned to Australia. Well, to only one country, but that’s not a bad start for a world still in the grip of a pandemic.
More than 5,800 years after the world’s first ever census, the 2021 Australian Census is just under 200 days away.
A new study finds that 4 in 5 Australians are open to talking about spiritual topics, including views that are different from their own.
Australia’s case numbers and COVID-related deaths have remained low, making 2021’s economic outlook more positive than many other nations across the world.
Fourteen people have been injured, and a suicide bomber killed, in a terrorist attack on a Catholic church in South Sulawesi, just after their Palm Sunday mass.
Last year, almost one third of visits to general practitioners were via telehealth, according to research from Macquarie University.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced a $1.2 billion tourism support package, which includes offering half-price airline fares to Aussie hotspots.
Within the rubble and ruins of war-torn Iraq, Pope Francis has implored the nation’s downtrodden people to never give up.
The Federal Government is supporting the rollout of the Smiling Mind app into 600 regional and rural Australian primary schools this year.