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Energy Crisis Explained: “A Dangerous Storm”

By: Michael Crooks Threats of blackouts, energy prices soaring, and a minister pleading for people not to use their dishwashers – how did we get here?Australia’s east was plunged into an energy crisis last week, with newly minted Federal Energy Minister Chris Bowen calling it a...

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The Case For Keeping Religion in Politics

By: Stephen McAlpine, City Bible Forum Up until 1992 most Westerners would only have been familiar with Sarajevo, a city in what was then Yugoslavia, because it was home to the 1984 Winter Olympics. The Olympics is significant enough, but this was the first time the event was held in a communist...

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What Pandemic? Australians Return to Worship in Church

By: Michael CrooksAttendance at religious services in Australia is back to normal, according to new research. While attendance levels dropped sharply in line with the onset of COVID-19 in 2020, the levels have returned to that of pre-pandemic time.According to Sydney-based NCLS Research, in...

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Two Women’s Bold Take on Reconciliation

By: Michael CrooksIt’s National Reconciliation Week and two Australians want to change the way we think about unifying the country.Whenever she talks about reconciliation, the most common question Indigenous Australian “Aunty” Munya Andrews is asked is, “How can I...

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Australia, A Global Leader in Unity

By: McCrindleAlthough 2020 presented unforeseen challenges, it saw Australians come together to show the mateship we are known for.  In this ‘lucky country’, three in five Australians (59%) believe that over the next three years, Australia will become more united.This is in stark...

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Perhaps Australia is the Lucky Country After All

By: McCrindleDespite the challenges presented in 2020, 85% of Australians say that they are happy when they think about their life overall. Two in five Australians (41%) believe they are happier than the average Australian, with a further 40% believing they are equally as happy as the average...

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