Daily News Roundup

Thursday, January 17 The Democrats have asked US President Donald Trump to postpone his January 29 State of the Union address, saying they had doubts that adequate security could be provided during the partial government shutdown. In a letter to Mr Trump, […]

Finding Your Mojo

Three years ago I was really sick, very low in spirits and it looked like my whole world was closing down. I couldn’t see much beyond the next medical appointment. Now, I sit here, with a new business based around my twin […]

#SheViews Holiday Netflix Roundup

If you were anything like the She team over the Christmas break, you put aside some quality you time to binge the latest Netflix shows. In between soaking up the sun and catching up with family, you might have noticed that Netflix […]

What Is Your Opinion On Pill Testing?

Five dead in four months at New South Wales festivals – is pill-testing the answer? Pill-testing has once again sparked debate after the most recent death of Alex Ross-King, who passed away at the FOMO festival in NSW. A 2018 survey found […]

Myths Around Sunscreen

Skin cancer is one of Australia’s top killers with over 2000 deaths a year but a 2017 Cancer Council survey found that Australians have become increasingly misinformed about sunscreen.   Nine out of ten Australians don’t know when they need sun protection. […]

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Australian Open- Day 1 results Roger Federer and Caroline Wozniacki successfully opened their Australian Open title defences Monday before Andy Murray took to the court for his farewell match at Melbourne Park — and potentially his last ever. There was a heavy […]

Australia Strips Down For A Cause

On Sunday 17th February you can celebrate Valentine’s Day in style and ‘Dare to Bare’ for Cupid’s Undie Run. What is Cupid’s Undie Run? It’s your chance to strip down to your undies, raise funds for the Children’s Tumour Foundation (CTF), shine […]

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Australia set to swelter through heatwave, testing Tour Down Under and Australian Open heat policy Temperatures are set to soar across Australia this week, with the mercury expected to exceed 45 degrees Celsius in parts of Victoria, South Australia and New South […]

15 Must See Beaches In Australia

Visiting the beach has become a staple for most Australians during summer. With over 10,000 beaches, Australians are truly spoilt for choice. From pristine white sands, turquoise, aqua and scarlet blue waters, big waves or calm waters, there really is a beach […]

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Thursday, January 9 A Productivity Commission report says Australians could be more than $500,000 richer in retirement under the biggest-ever proposed shake-up of the compulsory superannuation system. The report has found the current system is “harming millions of members” with underperforming funds, […]

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Wednesday, January 9 US President Donald Trump’s much anticipated nationally televised address to once again pitch to the American people his concept of a “wall” at the border between the United States and Mexico turned out to be a bit of a […]

Go On, You Can Do It In This New Year!

I hadn’t planned to travel earth’s annual orbit of the sun in last year’s new year resolution, but according to my Fitbit, my step count was kind of close. Really? Close to over 940 million kilometres? I don’t think so. However at […]

New Trends In Wine For 2019

After some exhaustive research in the latter part of 2018, I began to wonder what new trends we could expect from wines in 2019. For me it has been the summer of Pinot Gris and Riesling but for many friends Rose’ has […]

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Tuesday, January 8 An Australian stinger expert believes a rare, giant bluebottle could be responsible for a spate of emergency department presentations for suspected bluebottle encounters in Queensland. Australian Marine Stinger Advisory Service director Lisa-ann Gershwin said this stinger belonged to the […]

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