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  • Art Exhibition in Sydney

    Posted: 25 November 2012

    The Church in Australia has for several years now held a print art exhibition in conjunction with its traditional Sydney Temple Christmas lights. This year the event has been extended nationwide to also include an exhibition of original Australian Latter-day Saint art.  Full Story

  • The Australian Women's Weekly Features Major Articles on Latter-day Saints

    Posted: 6 November 2012

    The October edition of Australia’s most widely read women’s magazine puts a spotlight on The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Journalist Amanda Bower asked Mormon women in Australia and the U.S. about their beliefs and their experience in the Church.  Full Story

  • Tasmanian Mormon, Todd Hodgetts, wins Shot Put Gold at Paralympics.

    Posted: 12 September 2012

    This week a 24-year old Mormon athlete from Launceston earned a gold medal for his shot put in London, beating the world record he set himself earlier this year.  Full Story

  • Missionary Legacy in Australia Spans Decades

    Posted: 29 May 2012

    A love of the Gospel and a love for Australia go hand in hand for the Tingey family whose legacy of missionary service in Australia spans almost 100 years. When Scott Tingey of Salt Lake City received his call to the Australia Adelaide Mission in 2010, he was excited about boosting a missionary connection that began in 1917 when his great-grandfather Clarence H. Tingey, headed to our shores as an eager missionary elder.  Full Story

  • Mormon Service Award Remembers Gallipoli Soldier

    Posted: 6 March 2012

    Representative of thousands of brave Australians who gave their life at Gallipoli in World War I, John Simpson Kirkpatrick was chosen by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as an emblem of those who valiantly serve their nation or community.  Full Story

  • “Is it Possible to Find the True Church?”

    Posted: 19 January 2012

    The story of Hazel and Richard Egan is told in this month's edition of the Ensign, a worldwide publication of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hazel, a student of the scriptures, was searching for "the true church." The article begins, "She wanted a church founded on faith in Jesus Christ, one that required sacrifice and daily commitment. So far, no church stood up to her scriptural tests."  Full Story

  • Happy Feat Founder Receives “Standing for Something” Award

    Posted: 24 November 2011

    On October 29 Leigh Caldwell of Queensland received the John Simpson Kirkpatrick "Standing for Something" Award of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The recognition pays tribute to Australians who show extraordinary and selfless commitment to the community and who stand up for what they believe regardless of the cost to themselves.  Full Story

  • 'I’m a Mormon’ Campaign Puts Latter-day Saint on Radio Talk Show

    Posted: 15 November 2011

    Lorin Nicholsen, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints, who is spotlighted in the Brisbane "I'm a Mormon" campaign, was a recent guest of commentator Bernadette Young on ABC Radio Coast FM 91.7. Lorin is a father, singer, motivational speaker, and renowned Australian cyclist. He has been legally blind since birth. Ms Young asked him to explain the motivation behind the ads and the billboards on display in Queensland.  Full Story