#SheReviews If Beale Street Could Talk

Academy Award-winning writer/director Barry Jenkins’ first film since the Best Picture Oscar Winning Moonlight is IF BEALE STREET COULD TALK, his adaptation of James Baldwin’s novel – the first English-language feature film based on the work of the author, to whom the […]

5 Valentine’s Day Trends & Tips For 2019

Floral expert, designer and founder of floral subscription box, Petal Post, Zoe Lamont, shares everything you need to know about Valentine’s Day. Red roses triple in price over Valentine’s Day Most red roses during the Valentine’s Day period are imported and not […]

Chasing The Super Nerd, Issa Schultz

Grab your bow ties and buckle in folks, as SheSociety has gotten inside the incredible brain of Issa Schultz. Known as the ‘Super Nerd’ on Channel 7’s popular quiz show The Chase, Issa uses his profound amount of knowledge and love of […]

Daily News Roundup

February 7th The Townsville flood clean-up is about to begin as severe weather eases. For the first time in more than a week there is not a Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) severe weather warning in place. “[There’s] still a chance of some […]

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Banking royal commission’s final report released as Government pledges to act The banking industry faces its biggest shake-up yet, with the release of banking royal commission’s final report and the Federal Government’s response. The report makes 76 recommendations which, if implemented, will lead […]

On The Basis Of Sex

It’s fair to presume that US President Donald Trump will not be rushing to see the new movie ON THE BASIS of SEX opening soon in Australia. That’s because it is a true story of an 85-year-old woman he despises. Today, Supreme […]

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Record rainfall inundates Townsville Thousands of residents in the city of Townsville in Queensland were without power and cut off by flooded roads. Australia’s tropical north experiences heavy rains during the monsoon season at this time of the year, but the recent downpour has surged […]

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 […]

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The Australian-grown cosmetics empire Napoleon Perdis Group has gone into voluntary administration, putting jobs and 56 local stores at risk. Company directors had been trying to find a buyer for the makeup chain for months. The administrators Simon Cathro, Chris Cook and […]

Bloating 101: Why You Feel Bloated

Your trousers fit when you put them on in the morning. But come mid-afternoon, they’re uncomfortably tight — and you didn’t even overdo it at lunchtime. Sound familiar? Around one in six people without a health problem and three in four people […]

A Simple Test To Spot An Abusive Partner

A domestic violence counsellor claims a simple “No Test” could help women deal better with domestic violence and even help some sidestep potentially violent relationships. “The “No Test” is basically to watch out for the way your partner responds the first time […]

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THURSDAY, January 31 US President Donald Trump has done it again…..demeaning top government officials. This time the people made to suffer his bile are the those charged with keeping America safe. In another cheap tweet Mr Trump, again showed his lack of […]

Women Lead Surge In Jobs Growth

Flexible working arrangements are helping women in the NSW labour market lead the way in jobs growth, with women filling 60 per cent of the 372,500 jobs created in NSW since April 2015, according to a new report released by the NSW […]

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Wednesday, January 30 Nearly 3000 rubber wristbands given away at top cricket matches this month have been deemed “dangerous” and should be trashed. The call by Alinta Energy and Cricket Australia comes after a child swallowed a potentially deadly button battery from […]

A Childhood Classic Turns 50!

It was Australia Day and as my granddaughter and I waited for the main feature to start, they showed the shorts of a sort of space action movie involving an array of Lego people and places. It was The Lego Movie 2, […]

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Tuesday, January 29 Uber Eats has announced it is linking up with Coles to trial home deliveries of some of the supermarket giant’s ready-to-eat meals. The food delivery platform said the experiment would start on Tuesday at a Coles in the southern […]

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