Inspired by Buddhism at the Nan Tien Temple

Inspired by Buddhism at the Nan Tien Temple

The Nan Tien Temple has launched an exhibition showcasing a collection of art by contemporary artists whose work incorporates one or more aspects of Buddhist teaching. Inspired by Buddhism contains diverse works: some artists extend traditional iconography, some...
No skirting it, men love netball

No skirting it, men love netball

An increasing number of men are catching on and taking to the court in Australia’s most popular women’s sport: netball. On club, national and international level, men’s and mixed gender teams are becoming more prevalent. Unlike women’s netball...
Why do truck drivers risk lives?

Why do truck drivers risk lives?

Police crackdowns across Australia reveal 10 per cent of truck drivers have tested positive for illegal substances while driving. The latest police drug-testing figures also reveal rogue operators are increasingly using stimulant drugs, such as ice and speed, to keep...
Breastfeeding makes smarter babies

Breastfeeding makes smarter babies

A Brazilian study of 6,000 babies from all backgrounds since 1982, finds those who breastfed were more intelligent, spent longer in education and earned more. Breast milk is best for the baby, and the benefits of breastfeeding extend well beyond basic nutrition. In...