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Half of two is less than one when it comes to families

There is a devastating demoralising disease sweeping the world at a drastic rate, and children in our generation have a 42% chance of being infected with it.

Fodder for thought: it's what's on the inside that counts

Silage pits stink and their looks aren't overall pleasing, but it's what's on the inside that counts.

My beautiful flower

(Verse One)

City stirs from slumber

In the hours before sunrise, the city is still, suspended in time between night and morning.

Love, now and then

If anyone looked into the small, old, white car, the one with a black strip around it, they would see a very sweet sight.

Battle of Gallipoli: why do we pay tribute to this tragedy?

They jumped off a boat into the rough swells of the Aegean Sea, struggling to shore, weighted down by a 30kg pack.

Mastering the art

Mastering the art

Sarah Auckram puts a contemporary spin on the works of the old masters using everyday icons.

Dark deeds under cover of night

The sky was dark and daunting as the moon stared out at the looming landscape.

Marvelo now looking for a Miracle Cure himself

The only source of light in the cabin was a small bedside candle, which gave off just enough waxy, yellow light for the room to not be considered pitch black.

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