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I love receiving gifts. I love the unwrapping and the excitement of having something shiny and new. I also love the fact that people care enough to choose something for me. It doesn’t matter if the gifts are big or small … it really is th...

Sometimes it feels like I’ve been doing this forever, and other times it feels like it all began yesterday. The truth is, it was four years ago today that I began my job at Compassion Australia. I broadcast my final shift at 98five Sonshine FM...

Sometimes it feels like I’ve been doing this forever, and other times it feels like it all began yesterday. The truth is, it was four years ago today that I began my job at Compassion Australia. I broadcast my final shift at 98five Sonshine FM...

Every year since 2009 I’ve cycled between Albany and Perth, a distance of over 500 kilometres. Last week I was out there again with around 30 other cyclists, supported by a wonderful support crew, riding from Albany to Perth over six days. We arriv...

Are you old enough to remember what you were doing 30 years ago? 1987 was the year Michael Jackson released his hit album, Bad. It was also the year Microsoft released Windows 2.0. And in 1987, The Simpsons cartoon first appeared as a series of short...

When he was just eight years of age his father was murdered in front of his mother. That moment forced Richmond, his mother and his five siblings out of their home and into one of the world’s largest slums. Life had changed in an instant. I rec...

TOO OFTEN THE voices of beneficiaries are excluded from discussions on how society should be organised.In this new video, Accompany Collective and Auckland Against Poverty (AAAP) talk with beneficiaries about their stories and their visions for a s...