Australia’s First Drinks Festival With An All Female Lineup

A festival celebrating female winemakers, brewers and distillers is coming to Sydney Want to celebrate International Women’s Day with a bevvy (or two) made by fearless females? Wine retailer Cellarmasters and liquor retailer BWS have joined forces to create Australia’s first drinks festival with an all-female […]

Back To School Spending Tips

With back to school fast approaching, kids and parents alike may begin to feel excited to start the new school year fresh. For parents, this excitement then subsides when faced with the multitude of items required to prepare kids for the new […]

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Thursday, January 24 A 16-year-old has been pulled into bushes and assaulted in Brisbane’s Northside. Just after midday on Wednesday, a 16-year-old girl was pulled into bushes and assaulted in the Brisbane suburb of Chermside West. Police said the girl was walking […]

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Wednesday, January 23 Roma and The Favourite lead the pack, with 10 nominations each for next month’s Oscars. The two films will go up against one another in the Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay categories. The Best Picture category has […]

Waxing or Shaving: Which Is Better?

When it comes to waxing vs. shaving, this age-old debate has a variety of answers. For some, enduring the pain from waxing is worth it to avoid the risk of getting nicked from a razor. However, others would rather take the chance […]

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Tuesday, January 22 A first-term US senator and former California attorney-general has put her hand up to challenge Donald Trump at the next presidential election in 2020. Democrat Kamala Harris, 54,  is known for her penetrating questioning of Mr Trump’s nominees for […]

The Tennis World “Rebranded”

As cliche as it clearly sounds, a breath of fresh air blew with mounting strength across the Australian Open Tennis stadium in Melbourne over the past week or so…… Australians of all ages (particularly mums and dads) who love clean, respectful, unspoiled […]

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Monday, January 21 Baby formula has fleetingly taken the spotlight off drug smuggling with the charging of five people over a massive scam involving Australian tins of special powdered milk being sold on the black market overseas. A top level investigation was […]

Outdoor Adventure For The Disabled

Queensland not for profit social enterprise organisation has launched a crowdfunding campaign to enable it to build a foundation to improve accessibility and social opportunities for young adults with disabilities looking for meaningful access to environmental and outdoor adventure activities. Donation will […]

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Friday, January 18 A Sydney mother won last night’s Powerball taking home a record $107 million. She was the only winner  of the Powerball jackpot — but she has no plans to give up her healthcare job. The win was the biggest […]

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Thursday, January 17 The Democrats have asked US President Donald Trump to postpone his January 29 State of the Union address, saying they had doubts that adequate security could be provided during the partial government shutdown. In a letter to Mr Trump, […]

#SheViews Holiday Netflix Roundup

If you were anything like the She team over the Christmas break, you put aside some quality you time to binge the latest Netflix shows. In between soaking up the sun and catching up with family, you might have noticed that Netflix […]

What Is Your Opinion On Pill Testing?

Five dead in four months at New South Wales festivals – is pill-testing the answer? Pill-testing has once again sparked debate after the most recent death of Alex Ross-King, who passed away at the FOMO festival in NSW. A 2018 survey found […]

Myths Around Sunscreen

Skin cancer is one of Australia’s top killers with over 2000 deaths a year but a 2017 Cancer Council survey found that Australians have become increasingly misinformed about sunscreen.   Nine out of ten Australians don’t know when they need sun protection. […]

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Australian Open- Day 1 results Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki successfully opened their Australian Open title defences Monday before Andy Murray took to the court for his farewell match at Melbourne Park — and potentially his last ever. There was a heavy […]

Australia Strips Down For A Cause

On Sunday 17th February you can celebrate Valentine’s Day in style and ‘Dare to Bare’ for Cupid’s Undie Run. What is Cupid’s Undie Run? It’s your chance to strip down to your undies, raise funds for the Children’s Tumour Foundation (CTF), shine […]

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Australia set to swelter through heatwave, testing Tour Down Under and Australian Open heat policy Temperatures are set to soar across Australia this week, with the mercury expected to exceed 45 degrees Celsius in parts of Victoria, South Australia and New South […]

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