FRAMING BRITNEY SPEARS

by   Who remembers the dude that cried his eyes out about Brittney back in the day? Chris Crocker ugly cried and put a video up on You Tube which went viral asking the world to ‘LEAVE BRITTNEY ALONE’… we all saw […]

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by   TUESDAY FEBRUARY 23  Police have found the bodies of two people after a fire tore through a townhouse in Browns Plains on Brisbane’s southside on Monday morning. The remains, recovered from the extensively damaged residence last night, are believed to […]

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by   MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22 The federal government is pulling all its advertising campaigns from Facebook, as the social media platform continues to block Australians from accessing news. On Sunday, Health Minister Greg Hunt said his department would not be using Facebook […]

#SheWatches Blackbird

by   The state of Victoria now has its euthanasia laws in place and the debate is about to fire up again in Queensland, so the movie Blackbird is a timely reminder of the decision for a person to choose to die […]

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by   THURSDAY, Feb 18   Facebook has responded to a proposed new law by banning Australian users from reading or sharing news on its platform. The stunning decision was made in retaliation to Australia’s proposed new Media Bargaining law, with the […]

#SheDiscovers What’s New This Week

by At Home Within – A little book of self-care wisdom Explore pathways to peace, balance and contentment in your daily life with At Home Within. Feeling at home within ourselves involves caring for ourselves in loving, thoughtful and joyous ways; noticing, honouring […]

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by   WEDNESDAY FEB 17   Victoria’s snap “short, sharp circuit-breaker” coronavirus lockdown will end on schedule tonight, Premier Daniel Andrews has confirmed, but mask rules and gathering limits will remain in place. Schools will reopen, workplaces will return to 50 per […]

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by   TUESDAY, February 16 Former Olympic swimmer Scott Miller is accused of heading a criminal syndicate after police allegedly found $2 million of the drug ice hidden inside candles. The ABC has been told Mr Miller, 45, is one of two […]

Queensland Symphony Orchestra’s 2021 Season

by   Three world premieres and a program to celebrate joy with Piers Lane, William Barton, Jayson Gillham, Grace Clifford and more to join QSO musicians in a year of incredible music  Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO) is ready for 2021 – performing […]

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by   MONDAY, February 15 Former US president Donald Trump, fresh from his impeachment acquittal, has hinted he might return to public life to rally for the Republican Party sooner than you might think. In a statement after the vote, Mr Trump […]

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by FRIDAY, February 12 Melbourne has just gone into a 5 day lock down in response to the growing COVID crisis stemming from the quarantine hotel outbreak. This of course then follows on with Australian states making their own decisions on the […]

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by   THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11 Twitter will not allow former president Donald Trump back on the platform, even if he runs for office again, the company’s chief financial officer has said. “The way our policies work, when you’re removed from the platform, […]

#SheDiscovers What’s New This Week

by New Book – Mums Who Clean Most of us don’t love cleaning, but it’s something that has to be done. So why not share all our trusty tips and clever shortcuts with each other to get the job done quicker? Rachael and Karlie […]

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by   WEDNESDAY, February 10   The US Senate has voted that the second impeachment trial against former US president Donald Trump is constitutionally valid and will continue. The vote followed four hours of arguments from Mr Trump’s lawyers and Democratic impeachment […]

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