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Imprison doctors who leave patients in pain: international ethicist

Legislation enabling doctors to participate in ending their patients’ lives via euthanasia or assisted suicide is not the right solution for terminally ill people, but any doctor who leaves someone in pain should be “put in gaol”, according to world-renowned ethicist and opponent of euthanasia Professor Margaret Somerville AM.

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From St Aloysius to St Jude

As a student at St Aloysius College, Maddie Kelly was inspired by the work of Australian woman Gemma Sisia who established a school for poor children in Africa. Seven years later, Maddie is working alongside Gemma at the School of St Jude in the northern Tanzanian town of Arusha.

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Vinnies CEO Sleepout supporting the homeless

More than $630,000 has so far been raised by the 125 local CEOs and senior executives who participated in this year's Vinnies CEO Sleepout held on the grounds of Government House on June 29. Donations can still be made until the end of July, with money raised supporting the homeless. Pictures: John Hemmings

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Change of venue for Schools Music Festival

This year’s Catholic Schools Music Festival is shaping up to be bigger and better than ever. The annual festival will move from its traditional venue at the Adelaide Festival Centre, which is under redevelopment, to the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.