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  • Harman Singh gets a big surprise as he is thanked for cradling an injured 6 ... - The Independent May 24, 2015
    The IndependentHarman Singh gets a big surprise as he is thanked for cradling an injured 6 ...The IndependentThe wearing of turbans is mandatory for Sikh men, and it represents spirituality, honour and piety. It should not be removed in public, and is used to hold up and protect the hair, which is never cut, in […]
  • SNYDER: Dive into this summer reading list - Kenosha News May 24, 2015
    Kenosha NewsSNYDER: Dive into this summer reading listKenosha News... Elizabeth George — “wonderful, well-written mysteries with Inspector Lynley of Scotland Yard; Liane Moriarty — “books set in Australia, romance with a twist”; and Barbara Brown Taylor — nonfiction books “about faith and spirituality, the sacred ...and more »
  • Richard Hutch: Memories of the US civil rights movement - Brisbane Times May 24, 2015
    Brisbane TimesRichard Hutch: Memories of the US civil rights movementBrisbane TimesHaving spent the last four decades exploring the intersection of spirituality and psychology in his role as a UQ researcher; Richard Hutch looks back fondly on the college summer break that changed his life, and American history. It was 50 years ago ...
  • American musical wizard Sufjan Stevens lights up Vivid Live - The Daily Telegraph May 23, 2015
    The Daily TelegraphAmerican musical wizard Sufjan Stevens lights up Vivid LiveThe Daily TelegraphAfter romping through the lion's share of the set, he got chatty, winning uproarious approval with thank yous and later expounding on his love of Australian flora and fauna, particularly the harbour city's fruit bats. And for all his seriousness and ...and more »
  • An interview with Abbas Mehran, the father of the late Iranian-American author ... - Iranian May 22, 2015
    IranianAn interview with Abbas Mehran, the father of the late Iranian-American author ...IranianIn short, my wife wanted to move to Australia to be close to her family who had come to Australia a couple of years before. None of us wanted to move ... In her writing Marsha comes across as a lover of food, […]
  • Working on death row: 'We're all going to die – but we do choose whether to kill' - The Guardian May 21, 2015
    The GuardianWorking on death row: 'We're all going to die – but we do choose whether to kill'The GuardianAfter volunteering, Bourke returned to Melbourne for a career as a barrister and co-founded Reprieve Australia with Nick Harrington. The organisation manages a volunteer program that has to date sent more than 100 Australian volunteers to work […]
  • Nurse, mum, librarian and tai chi leader - The Times (subscription) May 21, 2015
    The Times (subscription)Nurse, mum, librarian and tai chi leaderThe Times (subscription)Looking back, Trish was proud of the Nestlé's Write around Australia event she conducted for young writers in 1988 that was won by Victor Harbor local Alex Stevanovic, who went on the be the state winner. When Trish retired in February 2000, she ...and more »
  • 3 Things a Stolen Car Is Teaching Me About Poverty - Sojourners (press release) (subscription) (blog) May 20, 2015
    Sojourners (press release) (subscription) (blog)3 Things a Stolen Car Is Teaching Me About PovertySojourners (press release) (subscription) (blog)We were getting the car ready for amazing friends who are working hard to make a new life here in Australia. (Yay!) Unfortunately it's now going to take a lot more work. (Booo.) Fortunately the spare tire is […]
  • Crocodile Hunter Irwin's father reveals anger, sadness - Stuff.co.nz May 18, 2015
    Sydney Morning HeraldCrocodile Hunter Irwin's father reveals anger, sadnessStuff.co.nzAfter Irwin's death, attendance at his Australia Zoo on the Sunshine Coast dropped and staff dwindled from 600 to 200. Bob tells the program he "buried himself in physical work" and "didn't want anything to do with people". He admits he became a ...Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin's […]
  • Lives Lived: Carolyn Gratton, 84 - The Globe and Mail May 12, 2015
    The Globe and MailLives Lived: Carolyn Gratton, 84The Globe and MailDuring her teaching years Carolyn also had a strong impact on spiritual searchers throughout the world, leading ecumenical contemplative retreats and spiritual formation programs in Canada, the United States, Thailand, the Netherlands, Australia, East ...
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