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Living on edge of destruction

Residents from the Carteret Islands near Papua New Guinea, Bernard Tunim and Ursula Rakova, have visited Australia to raise awareness of the desperation of their people because of the threat climate change poses to their islands. PAUL DOBBYN reports on their plight.

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God wants us to feed the poor

ADELAIDE journalist, Nicholas Kerr, met Bishop Joseph Gasi, of Tombura-Yambio diocese in Yambio, Southern Sudan, in 2002, when the Government of Sudan was bombing Southern Sudan almost every day...

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Reviewing the case against Judas

Who was Judas and how critical was his role in the betrayal of Jesus? That is the question novelist Jeffrey Archer probes in his latest book, The Gospel According to Judas, supported by an Australian Salesian priest. CINDY WOODEN reports from Rome.

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Pioneer of justice

The remains of Tasmania's first bishop, Robert Willson, are set to be returned to Hobart in the near future. FR TERRY SOUTHERWOOD traces the life of this remarkable churchman who left his mark on Australia's early history.

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Sister at frontline of AIDS battle

Transforming people's attitudes to AIDS in Central America, through prevention programs and ministry, is a full-time mission for Maryknoll Sister Mary Annel. She spoke to reporter PETER BUGDEN during a visit to Brisbane:.

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AIDS crisis haunts PNG women

Young women and girls are among the fastest growing group contracting HIV/AIDS in Papua New Guinea, where the AIDS problem has reached crisis level.

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