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|Climbing Back: A stroke survivor's journey 4|
Cerebrovascular accidents — or strokes — don’t just happen to the aged. Heidi Schramm was just 19 when her brain suddenly shut down, changing her life forever
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The theme for our most recent photo contest was ‘Capture the world around you’. Here are some of our favourite moments caught on camera by our readers.
|10 truths my children taught me4|
Parenting is the ultimate learning experience
|10 Fascinating Facts about the Pope 4|
The papacy serves as a marker of time, even among non-Catholics. Many of us recall the passing of Pope John Paul II, and now we mark 2013 as the year Pope Benedict XVI resigned from office. During this historic time, let’s take a look at 10 odd, interesting, and downright fascinating facts about the pope:
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|Warm glow from a fire3|
Watching firefighters fight the flames was distressing, but a passer-by consoled us
|11 Things to Try in 2011....3|
Rather than making new year's resolutions you'll never keep - why not make a list of 11 things you'd like try in '11? Here's some ideas to help you embrace the new year!
Rain had been pouring down for days and Thomas Cartwright’s chances of getting outside had been limited. So, during a rare break in the clouds one afternoon, the 14-year-old decided not to get the bus home from school, but instead to walk three kilometres across farmland...
|Nuclear: answer to the crisis?3|
It fuels controversy worldwide, but as the world’s economic woes continue, governments are focusing on nuclear power’s clean, green side.
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