Hello Cruel World
Monday, May 31, 2004
Slope Saga continues
Opinion > Letters >
May 31, 2004
Diocesan line on Trinity not accepted by all within
www.smh.com.au/text/2004/05/29/ (text index of Saturday SMH May 29, 2004)
Throwing the book at us
The Reverend Nigel Fortescue, Anglican Church, Naremburn, May 28
Meanwhile, as some people tear each other (metaphorically) apart:
Doctor who could fix a broken heart
Louis Bernstein, Doctor, 1930-2004
May 29, 2004
Louis Bernstein, one of the giants of Australian cardiology, has died at 73 in his beloved Royal Prince Alfred Hospital ...
Although his wit and warmth are what those close to him will remember best, his enduring legacy will be to those Australians with healed hearts, who will enjoy longer and happier lives, because of Lou Bernstein's pioneering leadership in cardiac medicine.
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