Top 5 Education Trends

By: McCrindleThe education sector provides the framework to educate and prepare Australia’s future generations. The magnitude of this impact warrants investigating and understanding the key trends affecting the education sector.1.     Rising parent engagementIn this...

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Imagine An Online Revival

By: yesHeis‘Not connected’ — does that phrase cause certain tension or anxiety to rise within you? It is a simple message with significant repercussions: communication ceases, information remains static, and FOMO begins to set in! Digital connection is a foundational part of the...

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Raw Lamington Balls

By: Susan Joy Delicious raw paleo and vegan Lamington Bliss Balls. Celebrate Australia Day with a healthier version of our iconic Australian Lamington cake. Serves: 22 balls | Prep Time: 00:20 | Cooking Time: 00:00Ingredients 1 cup macadamia nuts  3/4 cup almond meal/flour, (from...

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Heading Home- A Poem

By: Yvette CherryThe wind was a howlin’, blowing a gale. Our Coral Bay holiday was beginning to fail. The sand stung our legs and whipped through the van. We’ll leave a day early, conceded The Man.We agreed to set off next morning, first light. If we drove 14 hours we’d get home...

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Crowd Madness And The New Religion Of The West

By: Akos Balogh‘There are 2 gunman at the university – tell your friends on campus’.The text arrives from a friend, who knows I’m often on campus. But I can’t believe it: surely this is spam?So I ring my friend to confirm. Yes, the text is legit: A collegue of...

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Am I Crazy to Say God Speaks to Me?

By: Tania Harris | God ConversationsThree of the world’s largest religions claim that God speaks and more than a minority of today’s population say that he has spoken to them. Yet a few months ago, American Vice President Mike Pence was labelled mentally ill when he made...

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Why Australians Are Caught Up In Consumerism

By: McCrindleAustralia is a nation of consumers. Our consumption habits are impacting our physical and emotional lives with four in five Australians (80%) believing they consume significantly or much more than what they need. Are we consuming to distract ourselves from life’s stresses and if...

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