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Stopping the senseless loss of life

By Paul Dillon Often after finishing a Parent Information Evening someone will approach me and thank me for the talk and then say something along the lines of "… but my child has just finished school and had no real issues. I can finally take...

No Premier Andrews, you’re very wrong on gender therapy

I was taught as a child to be attentive to my neighbour’s decisions in case they threatened my own freedoms and integrity. So let’s look at NSW’s neighbouring state of Victoria. A week ago, Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews released a statement relating to so-called ‘gay...

Looking after your health and wealth later in life

Although I usually write about finances, I have long thought that our greatest assets in retirement are good health and a happy disposition. As we all know, the age at retirement, like the Age Pension ‘eligibility age’ is trending higher. The days of retiring...

Your Life, Your Way: Self help for teens

For your chance to WIN a digital copy of Your Life, Your Way by Joseph Ciarrochi send your name, email and postal address to [email protected] Good Luck! "Downright bizarre" are the words Joseph Ciarrochi uses to describe the current situation for teenagers. "This year has wiped out...

Don’t forget Fairfield

Reading Time: 6 minutes“At 9am the helicopters started hovering. They’d hover for the next hour, hour and a half, spotting people. “It was the very first time I thought, ‘Here I am celebrating Mass and I’m fearing being arrested.’ This would happen in Communist China, not in a country where we’re free.” As NSW reopens […]
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The Mass-going, Rosary-praying doctor who has George Clooney for a fan

A major international prize recognising outstanding humanitarian work has been awarded to an American Catholic doctor for his selfless work over a decade in the war-torn Nuba mountains of South Sudan. The Aurora Prize awards a staggering $US1.1 million (approximately A$1,450,000) to a person who...

Doctors urge ministers over youth gender treatments

Medical practitioners are urging health ministers to exercise caution on irreversible interventions

Step by step, Vinnies staff fight a pandemic

At the coalface: Left to Right: Principal Hospital Scientist Damien Stark, Incident Response Manager Rachel MacFarlane, Respiratory/Sleep Physician Katrina Tonga, Operational Transformation and Service Innovation Manager Sarah Sweeney. Photo: Giovanni Portelli
Four St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney, staff share their experiences during the recent lockdowns.

Med students boost the St Vincent’s team

Final-year students from The University of Notre Dame Australia are providing support during the pandemic.

10 Things Every Parent Needs to Know

For your chance to WIN 1 of 5 copies of 10 Things Every Parent Needs to Know by Dr Justin Coulson send your name, email and postal address to [email protected] Good Luck! Wouldn’t it be great if parents really only needed to know 10 things...