With The Last Jedi launching this Friday, the Star Wars franchise continues to unite the generations, writes Daniel Lewis.
John Finch and The Father Effect
Private health makeover one step forward – and back – for mental health
Hadleigh Fischer: ‘Mental fitness’ fanatic and founder of the Resilience Agenda
Tigers for the flag: it’s as clear as black and white
Yellow and Bleak no longer
Q & A with Dan Dougherty, Beardo Comics
Movember’s ‘Unmute – Ask Him’ campaign
Jorge Camacho, Scriptwriter, “Handle with Care”
Wayne Schwass, Founder and CEO of PukaUp
N.G.K.: children’s author, dad of two, and one happy mouse
The story behind “Daddy Don’t Go”
The AFLW is kicking goals
The best thing since… sliced bread
We profile John Finch, the man behind The Father Effect, a moving documentary (and newly released book) that explores his coming to terms with the ‘father-wound’ his dad’s suicide at the age of 11 created, the lasting impact of dads and the importance of forgiveness.
The Australian government’s health insurance shake-up is both a step forward and step back for mental health, writes Fergus Donaldson.
Want to have better relationships, be happier and less stressed? It’s time to consider getting mentally fit and Resilience Agenda founder Hadleigh Fischer is just the man to get you started.
Plenty have jumped on the punchline-turned-powerhouse Tigers bandwagon ahead of Saturday’s AFL Grand Final… including this Collingwood supporter who was raised to hate the Yellow and Black.
Ahead of Richmond’s biggest game in 35 years, Tigers fanatic Jason Cook reflects on a lifelong love of the Yellow and Black.
We chew the fat with Dan Dougherty, the Chicago-based creator of the highly popular Bearco comic series, about fatherhood and going viral with Beardo’s final cartoon.
Today is World Suicide Day, so check out the Movember Foundation’s ‘Unmute – Ask Him’ YouTube video campaign, and ask the closest man in your life how he’s REALLY doing.
We chat with economist-turned-scriptwriter Jorge Camacho, whose first big-screen foray, the Norwegian-Colombian drama “Handle with Care”, hits Australia this weekend as part of the Volvo Scandinavian Film Festival.
We chat with AFL identity and mental health advocate Wayne Schwass about emotional connectedness, fatherhood and his latest social venture, PukaUp.