#SheWatches The Report

by Movies are extraordinary when based on actual events and a reason why The Report constantly held my full attention and kept my heartbeat rapid. It was an eye-opening, overwhelming account of events that occurred behind the scenes since  the aftermath of […]

Daily News Roundup

by WEDNESDAY, November 13 The High Court has granted Cardinal George Pell special leave to challenge his conviction for child sex abuse offences which resulted in him being sentenced to six yars in jail. The High Court appeal, which will not be […]

#SheTravels Brisbane Staycation

by   This year I’ve travelled to Paris, Sydney, The Maldives, Japan and will soon be heading to South Africa, so I’ve seen my fair share of hotel rooms. It’s always exciting when you swipe your key card and open the door. […]

Daily News Roundup

by TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 As fire conditions across NSW worsened by the minute today threatening highly populated areas around Sydney, Wollongong and Newcastle, equally under siege Queensland firefighters were boosted by the arrival of international fire crews and help from the Army. […]

Daily News Roundup

by MONDAY November 11 The NSW Premier has declared a seven-day state of emergency, predicting “the most dangerous bushfire week this nation has ever seen”.  Last night, Rural Fire Service (RFS) Commissioner Shane Fitzsimmons wrote to Gladys Berejiklian asking her to grant […]

Weekly News Roundup

by FRIDAY November 8 Hollywood icon, James Dean, is due for a cinematic resurrection after it was announced that the actor has been “cast” in a Vietnam war drama about military dogs.  According to the Hollywood Reporter, directors Anton Ernst and Tati […]

#SheDiscovers What’s New This Week!

by #SheSociety rounds up this week’s newest finds Queer Eye: We’re in Japan on Netflix! The Fab Five touch down in Tokyo to spread the joy, explore the culture, and help four Japanese men and women find the confidence to be themselves. […]

Daily News Roundup

by THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7. Cheap government loans with interest-free periods will be offered to drought-affected farmers and regional businesses as part of a $500 million federal government drought stimulus package.  Anticipating the announcement today, ABC’s political editor Andrew Probyn said in an […]

Dogs Really Can Chase Away Loneliness

by Feeling lonely? A dog may help. Our research confirms what many dog owners already know: dogs are great companions that can help you to feel less lonely. Cuddles and slobbery kisses, meeting other dog owners in the park and a general […]

The Irishman

by The new Martin Scorsese gangster film The Irishman, starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, is out this week but has been boycotted by almost every cinema operator in Australia over a feud with streaming services. The film tells the story […]

Daily News Roundup

by WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6. More than 11,000 scientists around the world have signed a scientific paper declaring a climate emergency, that the climate crisis “has arrived” and is “accelerating faster than most scientists expect”. The scientists from 153 countries who put their […]

Bite Club Brisbane Premiere

by   Brisbane production Bite Club hosted their world premiere on Friday night, with cast, crew and fans in attendance. A big congratulations to director Kim Huynh, who brought this vision to life on the big screen. Check out images from the premiere […]

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