Children And Gender

by #SheBrisbane came across an interesting article by Kashmira Gander of INDEPENDENT news about trans rights and letting children have more say over their identities… Trans rights have burst into the spotlight in the past few years thanks to high-profile figures like […]

Don’t Blame Your Genes For Tooth Decay

by If you’re a frequent visitor to the dentist’s chair, you may think you inherited bad teeth from your parents, but a new study of Australian twins shows you can’t blame your genes for tooth decay, according to an ABC Science article. […]

Let’s Count At Work

by With one in six children in Australia starting school behind, it’s important for parents to have a role in the development of their child’s early maths skills. Just in time for National Literacy and Numeracy Week (4-10 September), the Lets Count […]

Edwina Shaw #SheInspires

by Brisbane author Edwina Shaw has many passions, such as mental health, women’s issues, yoga and travel. But it is the ability to use her writing gift as a tool for healing and compassion that inspires her the most. Edwina’s story is […]

The Shoe Garden

by Carol Haffke is someone who sees a problem and, where possible, comes up with a solution. That’s how she became a successful Brisbane businesswoman as well as a donor to an African charity that helps women in that country start or […]

FashionAble 2017

by FashionAble has become one of Brisbane’s premier fashion events, celebrating ability and diversity all the while helping to support people with disability in Queensland to achieve their dreams. Organised by Multicap, all funds raised will go towards providing disability support for […]

Greta Bradnam ‘From Broadway To La Scala’

by #SheBrisbane caught up with singing maven Greta Bradman to discuss her performance in the show From Broadway to La Scala coming to Brisbane in December. According to Greta, audiences can expect “a lot of laughs and hopefully a few teary moments, […]

Cass Moriarty #SheInspires

by Cass Moriarty is a local author and mother of six children. She only began writing after the birth of her sixth child. Her first novel ‘The Promise Seed’ and latest novel ‘Parting Words’ look at some of the secrets hidden within families and communities. […]

The Best Of Brisbane Festival!

by Art from the Margins 14th to the 17th Brisbane City Hall- Sandgate Room & Sherwood Room Cost- Free Arts from the Margins works to support artists who live with adversity, whether it be mental health issues, physical or intellectual disabilities and/or […]

CLOSED: WIN Tickets To FINAL PORTRAIT

by #SheBrisbane has 10 x double passes to a first look screening of Final Portrait on Wednesday 27th September, 6:30pm at Newfarm Cinema. In 1964, while on a short trip to Paris, the American writer and art-lover James Lord (Armie Hammer) is asked by […]

Easy Leg & Butt Workout In South Bank

by Outdoor fitness is a great addition to any workout regime and Brisbane is a perfect city to do it. The weather is ideal and there are so many parks/ outdoor areas with fantastic views and facilities to choose from. This week […]

Revival Survival

by Someone at work this week dropped a bombshell. They announced that Countdown is coming back. “WHAT?!” I squawked. “Are you serious?” I was really excited for about two minutes and then I thought that sometimes revisiting the past is not a good idea. […]

A Chat With Casey Donovan

by Back on the grid after sometime away, Australian singer Casey Donovan has just released new music after 7 years off the scene. Her EP, Off the Grid & Somewhere in Between showcases a range of emotional and highly personal songs. The […]

A Weighty Issue In Hollywood

by Another day and another body shaming incident, this time in its birthplace of Hollywood. Just recently British actress Gemma Arterton revealed on a podcast by The Guilty Feminist the terrible remarks she received while on the set of one of her […]

Interview with Aussie musician, Gordi!

by Sophie Payten is certainly rising up the ranks of the Australian music scene, going by the stage name Gordi, she has established herself as an upcoming artist to watch. Her folk electronica sound is a refreshing change from the heavily saturated […]

Woollam Construction Challenges Gender Stereotypes

by Woollam construction is recognised as a leader in the commercial construction industry, and now they will be seen as a pioneer for breaking down the glass ceiling. Today in Australian construction, only 11 percent of women are recruited for roles. With Woollam’s female […]

5 Ways To Improve Your Emotional Intelligence

by Our emotions are one of the hardest concepts to wrap our heads around, especially as women, as we are considered to be the more ‘emotional’ species. While we are always thinking of improving our overall intelligence to become more knowledgeable and […]

CLOSED: WIN Tickets To MOTHER!

by Thanks to Dendy Cinemas, #SheBrisbane has 2 x double passes for a first look screening of Darren Aronofsky’s MOTHER next Wednesday, September 13th at 6:30pm. “They have come here to see me.” A couple’s relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive […]

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