Weekly News Roundup

Acquitted man could be retried for 1980s murder under Queensland’s double jeopardy laws PHOTO: A man once acquitted for the murder will now be retried under double jeopardy provisions. (AAP: Dave Hunt) Queensland’s double jeopardy provisions are being used for the first […]

Daily News Roundup

Thursday, July 19 “How many of you?” asked British divers John Volanthen and Rick Stanton. The faint voice of 14-year-old Adul (Adun) Samon answered instantly in clear English. “Thirteen,” he said in the triumphant moment caught on camera that captured the hearts […]

The Power And Control Wheel

There are scores of actions that an individual can use to intentionally control or dominate his intimate partner with physical abuse only one of them. Duluth has published The Power and Control Wheel to illustrate the different actions abusers employ to intimidate […]

Daily News Roundup

Wednesday July 18 Australians have until October 15, 2018 to tell the Government they do not want a My Health Record — an online summary of their healthcare information. The project aims to give users greater access to documents about their health […]

#SheInspires Karen Jacobsen

The voice we listened to every day is now giving voice to domestic violence survivors Karen Jacobsen, the original Australian voice of Siri, is now lending her voice to survivors of domestic violence in a new audiobook, Broken to Brilliant: Breaking Free […]

Daily News Roundup

Tuesday July 17 The woman who endured rape and assault by disgraced One Nation adviser Sean Black has gone public with her gruelling experience of trying to seek justice. Waiving her legal right to anonymity, Tanya has spoken out to reveal the […]

Hiking As A Potent Way To Mindfulness

An occasional hike in the green outdoors is the perfect prescription for a healthy body and spirit. The research has shown that a mere 30 minutes among the wild greenery, surrounded by nothing but chirping birds and rustling leaves, boosts the immune […]

Meet The Women In Racing

Ready set go! The quiet atmosphere was electrifying. All you could hear was the low deep hum of thirty four Toyota  86 Race Series cars, lined up bumper to bumper like a long colourful decaled train. Exhaust fumes lingered in the air […]

Les Hinton’s – The Bootle Boy

When a 15-year-old Les Hinton started work as a copy boy at Rupert Murdoch’s first newspaper (The Adelaide News), he quickly set his sights on getting a cadetship and becoming a reporter of substance. He wanted to make his name as a […]

Handmaid’s Tale Season Finale Recap

**SPOILER ALERT** Blessed was the fruit of Season Two of The Handmaid’s Tale, with the season finale delivering many shocks and admittedly too many unanswered questions. The SheSociety office is in for a VERY long wait until the next season. We mean […]

Breaking the Bystander Effect

One of the biggest obstacles to reducing the scourge of domestic and family violence is what is called the Bystander Effect where family, friends and even strangers do nothing when they suspect someone is being abused. It could be the slightest change in […]

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