Breakthrough In IVF = More Babies!

by Available exclusively to patients of leading Fertility and IVF experts Genea, the new technologies significantly reduce the need for disturbance during the vital stages of an embryo’s development, leading to, on average, more embryos per IVF attempt. The fertility group has […]

International Day of the Girl Child

by One of the #SheBrisbane ladies were reading the latest offering on Women’s Agenda Online Publication and discovered that today is International Day of the Girl Child, a day that hopes to promote the empowerment of girls all over the world – […]

George Clooney Writes A Poem About America

by As President Donald Trump continues his attack on the country’s NFL players who protest by kneeling during the national anthem, Hollywood actor George Clooney has written a poem to mark this moment. The poem (or prayer), which was published by the […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

Les Misérables

by Les Misérables, the world’s most popular musical, is coming to Ipswich with nothing left to chance in giving audiences their best ever journey to the barricade. The Ipswich Musical Theatre Company’s latest production is being directed by top Melbourne director Chris […]

Father’s Day Has A Long History

by What has Father’s Day got to do with the American Civil War? A lot, really. Way back in 1909 a young American woman Sonora Smart Dodd was sitting in church in the town of Spokane in Washington State, listening to a […]

Gay Marriage Survey

by As Australians prepare to have their say about whether same-sex marriage should be legalised, the future of the relevant law continues to remain clouded. One of the big question marks over the Australian Marriage Law Postal Vote, which is being run by […]

Is Instagram Killing our Self Esteem?

by Former editor in chief of British Vogue, 59 year old Alexandra Shulman shocked Instagram recently with her bikini selfie. Showing the world an untouched version of herself, she has gained thousands of likes and positive comments on the post, ranging from what an […]

Dirty Dancing

by OK, SheBrisbane readers young and older, today’s tunes to cook by or sip wine by have to be “I’ve Had the Time of My Life”, “She’s Like the Wind” and “Hungry Eyes” from the smash-hit musical drama Dirty Dancing. Why? may […]

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