Amber Heard, Kesha and Rihanna are not poster girls for domestic violence and sexual assault: to label them as such detracts from their tremendous strength and dignity. But their willingness to speak out and empower people around them to do the same is what makes them heroes to so many.
Combining a passion for the Australian landscape with historical narrative, Nicole Alexander’s latest offering transports us to 1940s rural NSW.
What if you could transform your memories into a tribute to the people you love? Textile artists Lynn Berry and Margaret Knight did this in 2013, and have started a worldwide movement called 5000 Poppies.
A man walks into a shack and meets an African-American woman, a Jewish carpenter and an Asian gardener. Far from a bad joke, The Shack is actually changing the way people around the world view religion. Director Stuart Hazeldine tells me more.
With dust still on his boots from Afghanistan, Major Nigel Roden tells Warcry what it means to be a modern-day ‘Sallyman’, writes Jessica Morris.