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Water is a God-given gift

WITH the water crisis worsening by the day, I'm sure all would agree it's time to get serious about ways to conserve water in whatever way we can...

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New hope for E Timor

THE decision to install Jose Ramos-Horta as the new Prime Minister of East Timor will be welcomed by many observers of this fledgling nation...

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Closure reflects changing times

THE fate of Marist College, Rosalie (CL 16/7/06) signifies not simply the closing of an uneconomic community but the conclusion of the heroic story of religious orders providing Catholic education in Brisbane archdiocese...

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Genocide survivor learns to forgive

THIS week's People story is on Gilbert Tuhabonye (pictured), who tells how he narrowly escaped the genocide in the African nation of Burundi, and how he has forgiven those who tried to murder him...

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A win-win agreement

AN agreement to send priests and seminarians from a Nigerian diocese to Brisbane is a win-win for both countries...

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An inspiring promise

THIS week's People story is on Michele Gierck (pictured), who is faithfully helping a Salvadoran woman to keep a promise she made in prayer to the Virgin Mary after surviving a massacre in El Salvador 25 years ago...

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