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Alba Iulia
Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Living

8 ways to make use of a spare room

When you have a spare room, it can be daunting to decide what to do with it. There are many things you can do with a spare room, from the functional to the indulgent, and everywhere in...

We should all be teachers

We should all be teachers. In 2013, Tim Minchin, an Australian composer, singer, comedian, actor and a man who has won awards than you could shake a stick at, gave an address at the...

6 ways to brighten up your backyard this winter

It may be getting colder, but that doesn’t mean we should be hiding inside. Clear skies, sunny days and no sticky summer heat means winter can be the perfect time to get into the garden.

Finding the sacred in isolation

I am writing this towards my tenth week in isolation, brought on by the coronavirus. This amount of time varies for many of us, some who are immuno compromised have very wisely gone into lockdown within their...

5 little things you can do to support sustainability in Australia

As it stands, Australia is responsible for about 5% of the world’s emissions.  On an individual level, Australians have the highest total emissions per capita, alongside the U.S and Canada, at 17 tonnes. 

How to find the perfect property

Finding the perfect home in Australia is about more than just natural light and the number of bedrooms. From extreme weather variations to accessibility, there is an undeniably extensive range of factors to consider when looking for...

Your guide to turning a new house into a home

When you’re looking for a place to call home there are plenty of things on your mind. Where should we live? What can we afford? Is it worth the hassle of moving? And even deeper questions...

Thoughts in isolation

Is it really true we are approaching our seventh week in isolation? From a crisis that created so much concern about global health and effects of the novel coronavirus on health systems, the...

Bayanihan crucial for Pinoy families in lockdown

The coronavirus has had an enormous impact on the 104-million strong Filipinos with many of the citizens under ‘enhanced community quarantine’ featuring business closures and severe restrictions on movement, including checkpoints and the suspension of public transport. 

6 basic first aid skills every Australian resident should have in 2020

Only 5% of Australians have some form of first aid training. This places Australia among the lowest first aid-savvy countries in the world. This statistic is worrying when you think about the lives that...
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The announcement on his new appointment is revealed through this Note Verbale. Reverend Monsignor Joselito Cerna Asis, the newly...

Spiritual conversation with a frontliner

By Neil Daculan She called and wanted desperately to take an hour’s walk.  Smelling the fresh air through the...

How long O Lord…?

I will take refuge in the shadow of Your wings, until the disaster has passed O Lord. – Psalm 57:1

5 new COVID-19 cases overnight. Victorians, you are amazing!

By Dr Michelle Natividad Bautista, MBBS, Honours, FANZCACongratulations to the legends of Melbourne! 5 new cases overnight. Woooohooooo! Victorians, you are amazing!