I couldn’t help but think that these paramedics, doctors and nurses might just have been the best act of the day.
Debra Barry thought the abuse she had routinely endured was normal until the age of 14.
Last week I met two formerly homeless women, Leona and Kellie. I was surprised that they were very much like me, ordinary Australians who, through an unfortunate set of life circumstances, had found themselves homeless.
Have you ever wanted to break a world record? Well, it is as simple as sitting in your armchair and balancing a plastic bowl.
Described as the ‘greatest pharmaceutical disaster in history’, the Thalidomide morning-sickness pill tragically changed the lives of many families.
“I wasn’t really funny as a kid and I had to become funny fairly quickly because I went to nine schools.”
I am happy I am me… warts and all.
Best mates Jimmy Leahey-Butler and Christopher Ryan are embarking on a six-month motorbike journey from the tip of North America to the southernmost point of South America.
Mark Isaacs has just returned from spending ten months on Nauru working with the Salvation Army.
Marlena Katene is an average young woman with the usual dreams, hopes and fears. Marlena also has what she calls a “unique point of difference”.