The November edition of our monthly magazine Aurora is included in The Newcastle Herald and The Maitland Mercury today; in The Scone Advocate on Thursday 6 November and in The Manning River Times, The Singleton Argus and The Muswellbrook Chronicle on Friday 7 November. Don’t miss your copy!
This month's cover story features a young woman who has been described as "grace on ice". Newcastle's Kailani Craine has recently returned from competing on the ice in Italy. She is currently number one ranked female figure skater in Australia in both junior and senior divisions, and a Year 10 student at St Pius X High School, Adamstown.
Shirley McHugh tells of the intriguing 'cold case' of a disappearing chalice which retains an element of mystery – can you provide the missing link?
The month of November is an apt time to consider ways of "capturing grief". Benita Tait's piece is practical and wide-ranging.
Rose Smith shares a heart-warming ecumenical initiative which has been embraced by Myall Coast Parish, as the festive season approaches.
Merriwa local Maria Cameron acknowledges with gratitude the legacy of the Sisters of St Joseph, who have served the district for the last 129 years.
Boston College's Fr Richard Lennan asks "Why bother about the Church?" His answer is more about "us" than "the Church".
There is so much more to read, so don’t miss your copy of the November Aurora. You can subscribe online now for only $25, or contact the editor, Tracey Edstein on 4979 1288.
You can read a selection of Aurora stories online now!