Daily News Roundup

by FRIDAY,  JUNE  18 Australia will send a 35-strong swimming team to the Tokyo Olympic Games, headlined by a group of fearless young stars, in-form veterans, a defending champion and a selection of relay squads that will take a power of beating […]

#SheWatches From The Vine

by   From The Vine is an uncomplicated heartwarming and somewhat humorous film set in Acerenza in the province of Potenza, the Southern Italian region of Basilicata. For me, it was a feel-good, old-world type of movie that took me back to […]

SheDiscovers What’s New This Week

by   New Book Release – Honeycomb by Joanne M Harris An astonishing, richly interwoven story from #1 bestselling author Joanne M. Harris, beautifully illustrated by the multiple award-winning Charles Vess. An astonishing, richly interwoven story from #1 bestselling author Joanne M. […]

SheTravels – Blue Mountains NSW

by   Most of us are talking about travelling within Australia given our OS travel restrictions and there is an abundance of glorious options that are inexpensive.  I recently arrived back in Queensland after a trip to Sydney to attend a writers […]

Indigenous Fashion Projects 

by   Upon entering Gallery 1 at Carriageworks guests encountered a soothing scene featuring waterlilies  and a waterhole. Lilies also adorned the front row and were scattered around the room. The scene was set for the Indigenous Fashion Projects Runway. Presented in […]

Aqua Blu Fashion Show 

by   Bravo to Aqua Blu for being one of the most diverse runways of Afterpay Australian Fashion Week. On a rainy and very cold Sydney night New York born designer, Kristian Chase, warmed us all up when he took us on […]

Daily News Roundup

by   THURSDAY Wednesday,  JUNE  17 Tasmania has become the first to close its borders to anyone who visited a “high-risk” site in NSW as Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk advised against travelling to Greater Sydney.Premier Annastacia  This came after NSW recorded one […]

5 Healthiest Spreads In Your Pantry 

by   Whether it’s your breakfast staple or a quick 3pm snack, a tasty and nutritious spread is optimal for a healthy and fulfilling lifestyle. What once were deemed ‘naughty’ and bad for you, the spread market has been revolutionised with the […]

Daily News Roundup

by   Wednesday,  JUNE  16 When Cristiano Ronaldo speaks, football fans around the world listen. Unfortunately, that’s bad news for Coke after a cheeky moment during a press conference ahead of Portugal’s Euro 2020 opener against Hungary cost the company big time, […]

Daily News Roundup

by   TUESDAY, JUNE  14 A family of Tamil asylum seekers detained on Christmas Island since 2019 will be allowed to live in Perth temporarily, but their long-term future in Australia remains unclear. Immigration Minister Alex Hawke said he had used his […]

Book Review – “Other Women” by Cathy Kelly

by   Women in the Western World today frequently live complicated lives, and all is often not as it seems. These truths are vividly illustrated in Irish author Cathy Kelly’s latest book, “Other Women”. Set in contemporary Ireland, our three female protagonists […]

Daily News Roundup

by   NEWSDESK MONDAY, JUNE  14 There were emotional scenes during Sunday night’s episode of MasterChef Australia as one of this year’s favourites withdrew himself from the competition due to concerns over his mental health. Judges Jock Zonfrillo, Andy Allen and Melissa […]

SheDiscovers What’s New This Week

by New Book Release – Who Gets to be Smart Bri Lee, best-selling and award-winning author of Eggshell Skull, asks Who gets to be smart? in this forensic and hard-hitting exploration of knowledge, power and privilege. ‘Debate done with absolute verve, with eloquence and generosity’ CHRISTOS […]

Daily News Roundup

by THURSDAY, JUNE  10 A Covid-positive Melbourne woman who took a road trip through NSW and Queensland only got tested because her husband needed negative results for work purposes, despite having symptoms for the previous five days. Travelling with her partner from […]

How Plant-Based Has Permeated The Fashion World

by     Fashion runways are typically an opportunity to showcase the hottest trends emerging from designers for the seasons ahead.  With the growing conversation around vegan leathers, ethical textiles and sustainably sourced clothing ranges, capturing the current cultural zeitgeist, Soulara has […]

#SheReviews ‘A German Life’

by   Yesterday I saw the Australian Tour of A German Life at the Playhouse. Presented by John Frost for The Gordon Frost Organisation and QPAC in Brisbane, the play is based Brunhilde Pomsel’s interviews with a group of Austrian Filmmakers in […]

White Sands Resort 22

by   I was very lucky to be included in the fashionable crowd for the White Sands Resort 22 fashion show at Afterpay Australian Fashion Week. This was my first taste of swimwear at the 2022 shows and I was blown away […]

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