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Saving the koala from extinction requires a slow and steady approach, environmental advocate says

A DESPERATELY thirsty koala reaching out to take a drink from a cyclist is one image many Australians will recall from last summer. That particular koala was suffering through prolonged heat wave conditions in South Australia. Koalas fleeing or rescued from catastrophic bushfires featured in other images that went viral at that time when tens of thousands of the animals ... Read More »

JPII in Australia: The moment I was tackled by the Federal police during Pope John Paul II’s visit to Darwin in 1986

St John Paul II in Australia

The Catholic Leader journalist Mark Bowling reflects on his memory of John Paul II’s visit to Darwin on November 29, 1986 when he was working on a radio news story of the papal visit. THIS month marks 30 years since Pope John Paul II visited Australia. In six-and-a-half days, from November 24-December 1, the 66-year-old pontiff visited every state and territory, ... Read More »

Order helping the homeless

WHEN Judge Michael Rackemann hands out coats to the homeless there are no judgements attached. “Anyone can finish up living on the streets,” the Brisbane District Court judge said. “It is heartening as I walk around Brisbane to see, from time to time, people making good use of the coats. “But to be perfectly frank, I find that in this ... Read More »

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