#SheDiscovers What’s New This Week!

#SheSociety rounds up this week’s newest finds.   Subscription Underwear Knobby “THE UNDERWEAR CLUB” KNOBBY sends new underwear direct to your door every month, featuring an unseen, limited edition design. The highest quality and most bloody comfy underwear. Loads of advanced technologies that […]

Summer Holiday Travel Claims On The Rise

Allianz reveals Aussies made more claims this summer, with summer holiday claims up 32 percent. Monkey attacks, slippery ski slopes and fitness fails are just a few scenarios Australians found themselves in this summer. Data released by Allianz Global Assistance, the assistance provider […]

Daily News Roundup

Thursday, February 21 American actor Jussie Smollett who plays R&B singer-songwriter Jamal in the hit Foxtel TV series Empire, has been charged by police for making a false claim that he was attacked in the street. He was charged with disorderly conduct […]

How To Host The Perfect Summer Picnic

The perfect summer picnic comes down to the location, the company and of course – a delicious drop of wine! We spoke to Jacob’s Creek Winemaker, Trina Smith on some perfect wine pairings that work for any occasion with your gal pals. […]

Celebrating International Women’s Day

This year’s International Women’s Day campaign theme is #BalanceforBetter. From grassroots activism to worldwide action, we are entering an exciting period of history where the world expects balance. We notice its absence and celebrate it’s presence. Sunshine Coast The first of four […]

Childhood Money Moments Matter

A new banking study has highlighted how specific money experiences during childhood can lay the foundation for financial wellness as an adult. The survey of 1000 adults was conducted by ME Bank looking for links between financial wellness and an array of […]

A First For The NRL

Rockhampton’s Belinda Sleeman is one step away from becoming the first woman to officiate an NRL game. This follows her being named to officiate in Saturday night’s trial between Brisbane and Wynnum at Kougari Oval. Sleeman, 31, already holds the honour of […]

The History Of Karl Lagerfeld

Karl Lagerfeld was one of the fashion industry’s most renowned designers, having helmed Chanel since 1983. He designed Chanel’s ready-to-wear and couture lines, his own label, and collaborated with Silvia Fendi to create Fendi’s ready-to-wear collections. Lagerfeld’s aesthetic was inspired with cultural […]

Daily News Roundup

Wednesday, February 20 Severe Tropical Cyclone Oma could possibly cross the southern Queensland coast, after changing direction overnight, the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) reports. The category three system is currently off New Caledonia, about 1,120 kilometres north-east of Brisbane. BOM said it […]

The Decoy Effect

Price is the most delicate element of the marketing mix, and much thought goes into setting prices to nudge us towards spending more. There’s one particularly cunning type of pricing strategy that marketers use to get you to switch your choice from […]

Daily News Roundup

Tuesday, February 19 Seven politicians have quit Britain’s opposition Labour party over leader Jeremy Corbyn’s approach to Brexit and a row over anti-Semitism. The departure of the politicians, who said their party had been “hijacked by the machine politics of the hard […]

Daily News Roundup

No mandatory air conditioning for aged care residents after pressure from lobby group Aged care providers objected to proposed regulations that could have made air conditioning mandatory in nursing homes. Peak industry body Leading Age Services Australia (LASA) opposed a draft regulation […]

Daily News Roundup

THURSDAY, February 14 An official inquiry has been launched into a fist fight in Federal Parliament last night between United Australia Party Senator Brian Burston and Pauline Hanson’s chief of staff. The stoush erupted after Senator Hanson on Tuesday night used parliamentary […]

5 Ways To Develop Children’s Talents

Some people think talent is born. The often-told story of Mozart playing piano at three and composing at five reinforces such beliefs. But here’s the rest of that story: Mozart’s father was a successful musician, composer and instructor. He was devoted to […]

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