Homemade ANZAC Biscuit Recipe

Every year I bake ANZAC Biscuits for neighbours and friends and publish our mother’s recipe for all to share, here it is again.  I realise we all have various versions, but I always return to this simple and tasty recipe, quick to […]

Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2022

With Christmas in the rearview mirror and hot cross buns lining the supermarket shelves, you know what this means. Another Mother’s Day is almost here!  It’s easy to forget until the week of, but we’ve rounded up a list of gift ideas […]

Mater Closes the Gap One Scholarship at a Time 

Mater Education nursing scholarships are helping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people work in regional and remote communities, while closing the gap in Queensland’s healthcare workforce. Mater Education Student Services Team Leader Lauren Andrew said the Access and Equity Scholarships were supporting […]

French Film Festival 2022 Teaser

It’s no secret that I have been missing my regular trips to France, so it was with great delight that I accepted an invitation to the Brisbane French Film Festival 2022. This year more than ever it’s lovely to be transported to […]

She Inspires: Annabel Sutherland

She Inspires: Annabel Sutherland   Australian Women’s Cricket player Annabel Sutherland sat down with She-Society before the ICC world cup to discuss her experiences as a woman in sport and her cricketing journey that recently saw her represent Australia in the Women’s […]

Ideas For Valentine’s Day 2022

  If you are struggling with ideas for what to do on Valentines day this year don’t worry, SheSociety has you covered. We have compiled some of the best gifts or experiences you can do this Valentine’s day.  SLAK Flowers With only […]

#SheInspires – Looking Back at Director Ida Lupino

The Cult of Director Ida Lupino’s The Filmakers Movies Article thanks to www.cultfilmalley.com.au. *Contains Spoilers British-born actress and director Ida Lupino (1918-95 stroke and colon cancer) lived her the life the hard way which ended in alcoholic oblivion… Yet she was the first […]

Mother’s Day 2020 – Can You Hug Your Mum?

For the first time since it began in this country almost 100 years ago, Mother’s Day celebrations for millions of Australians are set to undergo a dramatic change this Sunday because of the coronavirus pandemic. Lockdown provisions vary between the states and […]

‘Give A Frock’ About Women Experiencing Disadvantage

Sacred Heart Mission’s ‘Give A Frock’ campaign is back and more luxurious than ever, bringing with it a new ambassador, Australia’s favourite homemaker Chyka Keebaugh, and more events including a fashion show showcasing prestigious gowns donated by Melbourne’s finest fashionistas for a […]

Alice And Georgy, Pleased To Meet You

“Georgy!” the nurse was trying to soothe, her frustration not hidden well, “What’s goin’ on?” She was responding to the old man’s urgent calls echoing down the hospital corridor, three rooms down from mine. He’d been yelling all morning, mostly in his […]

Meet Matilda Rodgers

#SheSociety had the opportunity to ask the amazing artist and model a few questions about her work and her goals for the future! When did your interest in modelling and art start? I started modelling when I entered the Girlfriend Model Search […]

The Royal Pecking Order

As a boy, the new baby of Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, holds a unique position in Britain’s Royal pecking order. Until recently, the royal line of succession in Britain’s best known family, has followed a system of male preference primogeniture. […]

Anzac Day: The Story Of Maud Butler

Maud Butler was a sixteen-year-old waitress from Kurri Kurri in the Hunter Valley when the First World War broke out. Like many women of the time, she was very keen to contribute to Australia’s war effort, but found herself prevented from doing […]

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