Creatives Know How To Get Creative!

by   Brisbane business-savvy creative, Hillary Wall, owner of Cork & Chroma, has painted a new picture this week for her paint and sip studio. Having to close her studio doors due to Government rulings brought in due to COVID-19, Hillary moved […]

Daily News Roundup

by NEWSDESK FRIDAY, April 3 As the global number of COVID-19 infections passed a million and the death toll 50,000, tight movement regulations continued to be ramped up across Australia. Queensland Police this morning implemented hard NSW border closures in Coolangatta, with […]

#SheDiscovers What’s New This Week

by #SheSociety rounds up this week’s newest finds Louis Theroux: America’s Most Dangerous Pets If you loved Tiger King on Netflix and want a follow up, check out Louis Theroux’s special on America’s Most Dangerous Pets on ABC iView! The special features […]

How Not To Tank Your Relationship In Quarantine

by   The COVID-19 pandemic has put pressures on family and personal relationships not seen since WW11 and the Great Depression before it. Suddenly, millions of Australians have found themselves out of work and, with their finances stretched to breaking and with […]

Daily News Roundup

by THURSDAY, April 2 (4pm) The Prime Minister has announced that child care will be made available for free for parents who continue working during the coronavirus pandemic. In a major announcement that had been anticipated, Mr Morrison said The Federal Government […]

Daily News Roundup

by WEDNESDAY, April 1, 2020 Support is building across the country for Australians take part in live-streamed dawn services in their driveways and on their balconies on Anzac Day. With traditional services and marches cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, RSL leaders, […]

Three Reasons Why You Should Touch Your Armpits

by   Midwife and Co-founder of Australia’s fastest-growing anti-odourant, Melanie McVean has long-observed the odd behaviour and double-standards surrounding personal hygiene. “We insist on keeping our hands as far as possible from our underarms. We poke at them with plastic sticks, spray […]

Daily News Roundup

by TUESDAY, March 31 Health authorities in NSW say there has been a coronavirus outbreak among backpackers in Bondi, in Sydney’s east, after hundreds were reported to have ignored social distancing measures. NSW Chief health officer, Dr Kerry Chant said: “We know […]

Autumn Fashion Trends

by   Here in Brisbane, Australia we can feel the cooler mornings. Autumn has arrived and with it comes the urge to celebrate the change of seasons by embracing a new colour palette, digging out those jeans and wearing your existing clothes […]

All Australians Will Be Able To Access Telehealth

by   THE CONVERSATION  By Michelle Grattan, Professorial Fellow, University of Canberra   Scott Morrison unveiled on Sunday a $1.1 billion set of measures to make Medicare telehealth services generally available during the coronavirus pandemic and to support mental health, domestic violence […]

So Now You Are A Teacher

by   Teaching Tips for Parents I have proudly been a teacher with the Queensland Department of Education since 1987. Most of my working life has been part time as a relief teacher, so like you, my job has been to come […]

Travel In A COVID 19 World

by   Last year I travelled a lot. I visited Paris and Sydney for Fashion Week. I marvelled at the beauty of The Maldives and soaked up the sun on their pristine beaches. I traversed Japan staying in Fukuoka, Kyoto and Tokyo […]

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