by Ruth Moraes With Christmas a little over three weeks away it is time to think about what, or more importantly who, inspires us to give gifts at Christmas. We give gifts at Christmas in imitation of Christ who gave us one of the greatest gifts ever at Christmas a little over two thousand years … Continue reading Gift Giving at Christmas
Dr. Robbie Lloyd Most countries which fought in World War Two were devastated by the loss of life and of infrastructure resulting from world wide military destruction. Australia may not have suffered major damage by comparison, although Darwin was hit massively. However our troop losses were large and we would have needed a long time … Continue reading Reaching Safer Shores
By Dr. Robbie Lloyd Failures by governments, non-government organisations and private sector providers in the aged care, disability support, and broad mental health sectors have left many “consumers & carers” feeling lost & hopeless. No wonder we have had three recent royal commissions into these sectors – ageing, disability & mental health. Bureaucratic doublespeak, opaque … Continue reading Discovering New Support
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